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Due to the huge demand for tickets, Coldplay have announced an extra date to the UK leg of their world tour.
The extra date is at Wembley Stadium on 15 June, and it represents the last chance for getting tickets to see Coldplay in England next year.
Tickets for the extra date at Wembley go on sale tomorrow (Friday 11 December) at 10am.
Are any other Coldplay tickets available tomorrow?
The Wembley Stadium gig on 15 June is the only extra date Coldplay have announced, so there are no other new tickets on sale tomorrow.
The two gigs at the Etihad Stadium are (4 & 5 June 2016) are both now sold out, as are the other three dates at Wembley (16, 18 & 19 June 2016).
There are a limited number of tickets available for the gig at Hampden Park on 7 June 2016 – see here for more details.
For the Manchester and Wembley dates, the only way to get tickets now is via the third party reseller sites. These may charge over face value, but there are often some good deals to find:
Update – Despite Coldplay adding extra dates, tickets for all of Coldplay’s UK gigs are now sold out.
The only way to get tickets now is to go via the secondary ticket market. Unfortunately this means you may have to pay over face value for your tickets – but if you do your research and look around it might not cost you too much.
Here’s the links to the top secondary ticket sites – happy hunting:
Coldplay announced their first UK dates of 2016 earlier this week, and tickets for all the dates go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday 26 Nov) at 9.30am.
There are four UK gigs scheduled in June next year, which are part of Coldplay’s world tour.
The UK dates are:
04 Manchester, Etihad Stadium
07 Glasgow, Hampden Park
16 London, Wembley Stadium
18 London, Wembley Stadium
As these gigs will be the first time Coldplay perform their new album A Head Full Of Dreams in the UK, tickets are expected to go quickly tomorrow.
Below we’ve put together a quick guide to give you the best chance of buying Coldplay tickets…
Where can I buy Coldplay tickets?
Those two links will get you straight into the ticket queue, so make sure it’s open at 9.30am!
How much do Coldplay tickets cost?
The cost of tickets will depend on which stadium you are planning on seeing Coldplay in.
We’ve broken down all the options for each stadium gig below…
Coldplay at Etihad Stadium – ticket options
At the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, standing – and Level 1 unreserved seating – tickets will cost: £71.50
Seated tickets will cost between £49.50 – £93.50, depending on what level you sit on. Here’s the seating plan:
There is a strict limit of six tickets per person and per card.
Coldplay at Hampden Park – ticket options
There are a few different ticket options for the gig in Glasgow on the 7 June:
Early Entry tickets: £175.00
Hot tickets: £175.00
Pitch standing tickets: £71.50
Seated tickets: £49.50 – £93.50
Coldplay at Wembley stadium – ticket options
Assuming you don’t want to pay the £359.00 for a ‘hospitality package’, there are just the two types of tickets available for the gig at Wembley Stadium: Standing and Seated.
Standing tickets: £65.00 – £71.50
Seated tickets: £49.50 – £104.50
Coldplay’s world tour is in support of their brand new album A Head Full Of Dreams, which comes out on 4 December.
Listen to lead single Adventure Of A Lifetime:
Coldplay debuted their new album by releasing snippets of each song across their Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Stream all of the album snippets over at their official site: coldplay.com/preview-all-of-the-new-albums-songs/