Coldplay Tickets

Standing as one of the world's most successful rock bands, Coldplay may be a constant source of redicule for the "cool" media, but one can't argue with the band's ability to churn out popular music! It is because of this fact, that we at Ticketbis can't be more thrilled to offer the chance for you to buy Coldplay tickets! In fact with the London lads having set out for a particularly extensive world tour to promote their latest (and possibly final?) album, A Head Full of Dreams there's no doubt that the rush for Coldplay tickets has left many people wanting! So what are you doing still reading, make sure you secure your Coldplay 2016 tickets now and get ready for a rock show unlike any other!

Coldplay 2016 World Tour

Coldplay Brisbane
6 Dec 2016 - Tue 19:00
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia
6 Dec 2016
Tue 19:00
From £121.30 There are +100 tickets left
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Coldplay Melbourne
9 Dec 2016 - Fri 19:00
Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
9 Dec 2016
Fri 19:00
From £106.33 There are +100 tickets left
From £106.33 There are +100 tickets left
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Coldplay Sydney
13 Dec 2016 - Tue 17:30
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia
13 Dec 2016
Tue 17:30
From £128.00 There are +100 tickets left
From £128.00 There are +100 tickets left
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A Head Full of Dreams: Coldplay's last album?

There's little doubt that, considering Coldplay's latest album A Head Full of Dreams was released in 2014, that we won't be seeing a new Coldplay album anytime soon. Rumours of the the album's final nature began when lead singer Chris Martin said in an interview with Ryan Seacrest "We're making an that we're really excited about. It feels like the finale of a certain story, the party scene, or the end of a movie." Even critics have admitted that the A Head Full of Dreams does indeed have that finished feeling to it. As you can tell, the band are still going strong and is in no way an indication of the band splitting up, the truth is the band are simply (for now) enjoying the fruits of their labour.

This isn't surprising considering that the band are still releasing singles from the album, (each of which are proving impressively successful). With the album debuting straight in at the number one slot in the UK, alongside number a two position in the US, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and Italy, the album is proof that Coldplay have outlasted the haters and are as popular as ever! Of course with the band having performed alongside the likes of Bruno Mars and Beyonce during the NFL Superbowl Halftime show, it's official that it's okay to like Coldplay! Having once been panned as a band that produces "slow and boring" songs (despite the success of said songs), A Head Full of Dreams proved that Coldplay can make fun stadium-friendly songs to rival the likes of U2! With the album featuring guest-spots from the likes of Beyonce, Noel Gallagher (and even a sampling of Barack Obama), the band has proved how comfortable they are being a mainstream band!

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