Music Of The Spheres: 5 Countries To Host Coldplay In June – 2024

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Coldplay plans to resume the “Music of the Spheres World Tour” in June, after taking one of the longest breaks ever, since the commencement of the tour in 2022. By the time they resume, they wouldn’t take any other break again, that is as serious as this one. So, it’s all good if you consider that we’ll have them all to ourselves for the remaining 2024.

The fame and success that Coldplay has managed to stack up amidst the “Music of the Spheres World Tour” goes beyond reasonable doubt that the British band has one of the most active fan bases in the world. Coldplayers all over the world have been supportive.

From when Coldplay announced that they’ll be touring the world, to when ticket presales began, and when the debut show of the tour kick-started in Costa Rica. This is why they’ve reportedly broken records through the number of people that attend their concerts.

Supportive Coldplayers are also part of the reasons that Coldplay has been able to keep up with its sustainability plan, which has earned them a place in the hearts of everyone who also cares about the earth. They are presently recognized as part of the first set of celebrities to pioneer a sustainability project that has foreseen the plantation of millions of trees around the earth.

We’ll be looking at 5 countries that will host Coldplay in the first month of their resumption, June, after their break, and weigh how the Coldplayers in these countries have supported Coldplay since the beginning of the “Music of the Spheres World Tour.”

We’ve also checked and saw that the only problem you might have with attending Coldplay’s remaining concerts will be the lack of tickets. But, you can easily get Coldplay tickets through an online tickets marketplace, at the moment.

Greece

The night of 8th June 2024 will be the first time Coldplay sets foot in Greece, with the intent of organizing a musical concert for their fans. For the Coldplayers there, it will be the first encounter of greatness, so you can guess the level of excitement that is already in the atmosphere in Athens at the moment.

Years have gradually become months, and months now weeks as the sand in the hourglass keeps shrinking, alerting the Coldplayers in Athens that D-Day is around the corner. This has forced a culture of preparing for the concert in the minds of everyone. Coldplay will spend 2 nights in Athens, and both shows will be held in the City’s Olympic Stadium.

Even though Olympic Stadium has a standard capacity of 75k people, you don’t want to be the last person in the stadium as this might jeopardize your chances of seeing Coldplay up close. So, the earlier you’re at the venue, the better for you.

Maisie Peters and Antonia Kaouri will be the opening acts for the night, so y’all in Greece can be rest assured of having the nights of your lives by the time Coldplay gets there.

Athens will also be the first city that Coldplay performs in after they resume the “Music of the Spheres World Tour.” From all indications, that night will be packed full of energy gathered during the break.

Romania

Romania will host Coldplay for the first time in 2024. The concert will be held on the 12th and 13th of June, shortly after Coldplay finishes their concert in Greece.

For Romania, seeing Coldplay will be a dream come true. All the stories they’ve heard about their adventures will be represented in musical form. And there’s this level of confidence we have in Coldplay. We’re sure they’ll reach into the minds of Romanians and unlock it to enable them to explore the galaxy, while their feet are buried deep in the ground of Arena Națională.

Seeing them for the first time in their city will be an encounter – a memory that will live on for ages. We can’t wait for Coldplay to get to Romania. We’re sure there will be stories about this concert someday. These stories will be told to generations. The world’s current technology will also ensure that future generations get to reflect on the moment.

Maisie Peters will be there to add to the entertainment. So also will Emaa. We hope the people of Bucharest are good to go because Coldplay is coming.

Hungary

Reports have it that the last time Coldplay visited Hungary was in 2008, during their “Viva La Vida Tour.” Coldplay will be returning there for a 2nd leg in June for a 3-night concert scheduled on; the 16th, 18th and 19th. The concert will be held in Puskás Aréna, the stadium which has a standard capacity of 67k people.

Puskás Aréna is located in Budapest, and that is the same city that they performed in 16 years ago when they visited Hungary. However, the difference is that this time, they’ll be performing in a bigger venue compared to their previous visit because they now have lots of new fans to entertain.

The Coldplayers in Hungary made some noise when Coldplay released the “Music of the Spheres Album” in 2021. They pushed the album to the No.4 spot in Hungarian Albums (MAHASZ) within 1 week of its release. The album rounded the year at the 42nd spot, which is quite impressive.

Solére will be in the show as an opening act, alongside Coldplay’s Maisie Peters to spice up the evening before Coldplay’s Chris Martin takes the stage.

France

France is one of Coldplay’s most visited countries amidst the “Music of the Spheres World Tour,” and even in their previous tours. Coldplay toured France in July 2022, the same year the tour began. The concert lasted for 4 nights in Saint-Denis’s Stade de France, which has a standard capacity of 81k people.

There were 5 opening and support acts to spice up each night before Coldplay took the stage. H.E.R. was one of those, as well as London Grammar. Fast forward to this year, Coldplay will revisit France and this time, they’ll perform in Groupama Stadium, which is located in Décines-Charpieu, with a standard capacity of 60k people.

The concert will last for 3 days; 22nd, 23rd and 25th of June. Janelle Monáe and Ronisia will be the 2 supporting acts to accompany Coldplay on stage, and add a little bit of this and that to the evening.

Coldplayers in France are extremely in love with Coldplay. They’ve shown this time without numbers. A perfect example will be the way they pushed Coldplay’s “Music of the Spheres Album” to the No.1 spot of French Albums (SNEP) within 1 week of its release.

For Coldplay, France is arguably home away from home.

England

If there’s one Country that Coldplay has visited more often, it is England. This is because they have a lot of Coldplayers that are too precious to ignore. Coldplay has visited England a couple of times since the “Music of the Spheres World Tour” started. So, this time, their visit is set for a single night, and it’ll be their last show in June before they move to Italy in July.

The concert is scheduled to be held on the 29th of June, in Pilton’s Worthy Farm. There’s no standard capacity for Pilton’s Worthy Farm. The venue reportedly carried more than 200k people in the most recent event, which was in 2023. From all indications, it’s going to be a night packed full of Coldplayers.

England tops the list when the most supportive countries of Coldplay’s art are mentioned. Perhaps this explains why Coldplay always takes their concerts to their fans there.

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