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Coldplay’s 2022 World Tour Will Be Eco-Friendly And Audience Will Be Playing A Vital Role


Coldplay, one of the best rock bands formed in 1996 has already released their ninth studio album on 15th October 2021 called ‘Music of the Spheres’. The 12-track LP has been produced by the famous Max Martin. The band has already released all the 12 tracks on their YouTube channel. The five of the songs are represented by emojis among the 12 songs. Coldplay first released the ‘Higher Power’ which immediately went massing among the fans and around the world eventually. All the video related to this song was amazing and brightening. Here is the tracklist: 🪐; Higher Power; Humankind; ✨; Let Somebody Go; ❤️; People of the Pride; Biutyful; 🌎; My Universe; ♾️; Coloratura.

Coldplay also collaborated with the popular K-pop group BTS for the song ‘My Univers’. They first released the song surprising the fans of both of the artists and Coldplay also released the music video collaborating with BTS from one world to another. The views on the music video went 66,633,319 views and counting. Coldplay also recently teased and released the song that they collaborated with Selena Gomez ‘Let Somebody Go’ and also with We Are KING X Jacob Collier ‘❤️’. Both the lyrical video has been uploaded in their YouTube channel. No official music videos have been released for these yet. And now the fans are getting the dates for the world tour as well.

Coldplay: world tour 2022 is around the corner as the band has already released the dates and ticket details and all the new things regarding eco-friendly concerts on their site. So if you are interested or already going, you should totally check this site.

The world tour is going to happen next year for six months from March until September, with stadium shows in Europe and across North and South America.  The dates and the places are:

March 2022:

18: San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional
22: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Estadio Olímpico
25: Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio BBVA
29: Guadalajara, Mexico – Estadio Akron

April 2022:

3: Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol2
3: Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium2
6: Los Angeles, CA, USA – SoFi Stadium

May 2022:

3: Phoenix, AZ, USA – State Farm Stadium
6: Dallas, TX, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
8: Houston, TX, USA – NRG Stadium
28: Chicago, IL, USA – Soldier Field

June 2022:

1: Washington, DC, USA – FedExField
4: East Rutherford, NJ, USA – Metlife Stadium
8: Philadelphia, PA, USA – Lincoln Financial Field
11: Atlanta, GA, USA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
14: Tampa, FL, USA – Raymond James Stadium

July 2022:

2: Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
3: Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
8: Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
10: Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin
12: Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin
16: Paris, France – Stade de France
17: Paris, France – Stade de France

August 2022:

5: Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium
6: Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium
12: London, UK – Wembley Stadium
13: London, UK – Wembley Stadium
16: London, UK – Wembley Stadium
23: Glasgow, UK – Hampden Park Stadium

September 2022:

10: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Rock in Rio Festival

The audience is going to play a great role in the concert as their movements will help partly generate power as they are pledging to cut down their carbon emissions by 50% and to plant a tree for every ticket sold for their forthcoming 2022 eco-friendly world tour — which will feature a dance floor that generates electricity from the crowd’s kinetic energy. So they are keeping their word to keep the tour as sustainable as possible. They have already shared their thoughts about doing this and explored to make it come true. So here we are if you are going to have fun being in the concert make sure to follow the rules to save our mother earth.

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