Coldplay announce extra 2023 dates for their incredible Music Of The Spheres World Tour

They have been impressing fans worldwide with their spectacular Music Of The Spheres World Tour.

And Coldplay have announced more European and UK stadium show dates for summer 2023 after six sold-out performances at London’s Wembley Stadium.

The new dates will see the tour’s first gigs in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands across May, June and July.

Great news! Coldplay have announced more European and UK stadium show dates for summer 2023 after six sold-out performances at London’s Wembley Stadium

Exciting: The new dates will see the tour's first gigs in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands across May, June and July. Pictured: Chris Martin

Exciting: The new dates will see the tour’s first gigs in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands across May, June and July. Pictured: Chris Martin

The band will also return to the UK next summer with extra dates in Manchester and Cardiff, much to the delight of excited fans.

The new tour dates were teased in the band’s new video of Humankind with a series of Easter eggs hidden in the footage.

The video for the track, from their number one album Music Of The Spheres, also hinted that more dates could be announced for south-east Asia and North America.

Since Coldplay kicked off their tour in Costa Rica in March, more than four million tickets have been sold for performances across Latin America, North America and Europe.

Rocking: Coldplay has just completed six sold-out shows in Wembley Stadium, with lead singer Chris Martin putting on high energy performances each night

Rocking: Coldplay has just completed six sold-out shows in Wembley Stadium, with lead singer Chris Martin putting on high energy performances each night

Interruption: At one of their Wembley shows last week, Chris interrupted a hit song to ask fans to stop filming on their phones

Shock: Chris Martin, 45, suddenly stopped singing to fans' surprise

Interruption: At one of their Wembley shows last week, Chris interrupted a hit song to ask fans to stop filming on their phones

And Coldplay has just completed six sold-out shows in Wembley Stadium, with lead singer Chris Martin putting on high energy performances each night.

He was seen leaping about the stage as he sung the band’s hits and taking to a black piano to perform.

WHERE ARE COLDPLAY’S EXTRA UK AND EUROPEAN DATES?

MAY 2023

WED 17: Estádio Cidade de Coimbra – Coimbra

WED 24: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona

THU 25: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona

WED 31: Etihad Stadium – Manchester

JUNE 2023

THU 1: Etihad Stadium – Manchester

TUE 6: Principality Stadium – Cardiff

WED 21: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona – Naples

SUN 25: Stadio San Siro – Milan

MON 26: Stadio San Siro – Milan

JULY 2023

SAT 1: Stadion Letzigrund – Zurich

WED 5: Parken – Copenhagen 

THU 6: Parken – Copenhagen

SAT 8: Ullevi – Gothenburg

SUN 9: Ullevi – Gothenburg

SAT 15: Johan Cruijff Arena – Amsterdam

SUN 16: Johan Cruijff Arena – Amsterdam

Chris was joined on stage by guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman, and drummer Will Champion.

At one of their Wembley shows last week, Chris interrupted a hit song to ask fans to stop filming on their phones.

While singing Sky Full of Stars on the Music of the Spheres tour at Wembley, the frontman, 45, suddenly stopped singing to fans’ surprise.

He then abruptly said: ‘Wait, hold on, one second. I think we can make this better, hold on.

‘I’ll speed through this because we wanna get all the songs in before they shut the thing down.

‘So, let’s try that again but please, if we could just have one song with no cell phones, no cameras, no devices, nothing, just the power of people, people power.’

The polite request left fans applauding his commitment to the show. 

One TikTok user benefitted from the request, captioning the moment: ‘Without a doubt the highlight of the night came shortly after this video ended.’

Chris added: ‘I won’t do the whole speech because it takes ages, but the basis of it is, let’s just connect together as one group of people and see how high you can jump, how loud you can shout, and no phones, no cameras.

‘After this song, you can film everything. But for this one song, let’s just be people together, me, you, my brother, my sister and let’s try it again.’

Coldplay’s latest tour has been praised for its sustainability initiatives which see the shows powered by 100 per cent renewable energy in almost all locations. 

The performances also use the world’s first tourable battery system, made from electric car batteries, power bikes and kinetic dance floors – which allow fans to help power the show. 

Coldplay also pledged to cut tour emissions by 50 per cent and plant one tree for every ticket sold.

Tickets for the new European and UK shows will go on sale at 10am local time on August 25. Full details can be found at coldplay.com/tour.

High energy: Chris was joined on stage by guitarist Jonny Buckland (pictured), bassist Guy Berryman, and drummer Will Champion

High energy: Chris was joined on stage by guitarist Jonny Buckland (pictured), bassist Guy Berryman, and drummer Will Champion

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