Coldplay announce North American tour for 2017

Stint stretches from August to October 2017

Coldplay have announced North American live dates for 2017.

The band released their album ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ in December 2015, reaching Number One and selling over four million copies so far. Its singles have been ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’, ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ and ‘Up&Up’.

Having recently announced European live dates for 2017, Coldplay have now also announced new shows for the US and Canada for 2017.

The band kick off the stint in New York in August first, with the tour running through to October, concluding in San Diego on October 8.

See the dates in full beneath:

New York, MetLife Stadium (August 1)
Boston, Gillette Stadium (August 4)
Washington DC, FedExField (August 6)
Montreal, Bell Centre (August 8)
Minneapolis, US Bank Stadium (August 12)
Omaha, CenturyLink Center (August 14)
Kansas City, Sprint Center (August 15)
Chicago, Soldier Field (August 17)
Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena (August 19)
Toronto, Rogers Centre (August 21)
Houston, NRG Stadium (August 25)
Miami, Hard Rock Stadium (August 28)
Seattle, CenturyLink Field (September 23)
Edmonton, Rogers Place (September 26)
Vancouver, BC Place (September 29)
Portland, Moda Center (October 2)
San Francisco, Levi’s Stadium (October 4)
San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium (October 8)

As well as a stadium tour, the album also saw Coldplay headline Glastonbury Festival in June, where they were joined by former Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb and Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis, who sang Frank Sinatra’s standard ‘My Way’ on stage.

Coldplay resume touring on November 19 in India, with their final show of the year currently scheduled for December 14 in Australia.