Here’s Where You Can Catch Coldplay’s ‘Music of the Spheres’ World Tour

Your sign to see some of music’s biggest stars

Grammy award-winning and ever-popular British alternative rock and pop band Coldplay is coming to Asia! And we can’t wait to see their brilliant live performances.

Coldplay concert in Asia

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Coldplay’s hit songs and impressive music career

The group is composed of pianist and vocalist Chris Martin, guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman, drummer Will Champion, and creative director Phil Harvey. They have been in the music biz since 1997 and have created multiple hits that have been well-loved through the years and across the world.

Coldplay’s melodic tracks have become our favourites during karaoke sessions or just great songs to vibe to. Some of their hits include ‘Yellow’, ‘The Scientist’, and ‘Viva La Vida’, from the early 2000s and ‘A Sky Full of Stars’, ‘Something Just Like This’ featuring The Chainsmokers, and ‘My Universe’ featuring K-pop kings BTS from the more recent years.

While we wish they could keep making amazing songs forever, Chris Martin announced in 2021 that the group has plans to retire and stop making new music in 2025. So it will come as no surprise if the tickets for their upcoming concerts are going to be in high demand or sold out.

Coldplay’s ‘Music of the Spheres’ World Tour: stops in Asia and Australia

Coldplay’s world tour first kicked off in March 2022 and has since then received rave reviews. Their upcoming Asian leg is buzzworthy because it will be the first time that they’ll be stopping by Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Here’s the confirmed list of concert dates and their venues:

- 6 to 7 November: Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan

- 11 November: Kaohsiung National Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

- 15 November: Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia

- 18 November: Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia

- 22 November: National Stadium Bukit Jalil in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

If you’re keen on watching in any of these venues, check out Coldplay’s official website for more information.

Will they be coming to Singapore? We’re crossing our fingers that they’ll make a stop here, so stay tuned as we’ll update this article when more official details are released.

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Speaking of what else to look forward to in November, check out the upcoming Hunger Games prequel.

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