Coldplay are an English alternative rock band from London, consisting of frontman Chris Martin, guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman and drummer Will Champion.
Formed in 1996, they released their debut album, ‘Parachutes', in 2000, which hit #1 in the UK Albums Chart. ‘A Rush of Blood to the Head’, followed in 2002, also hitting the top of the charts and peaking at #5 in the Billboard Hot 200. ‘X&Y’ was released in 2005 and gave the band their first USA #1 album. ‘A Head Full of Dreams’, the band’s seventh album, hit shelves in December 2015. Coldplay have won numerous awards too, notching up six Brit Awards, including Best Live Act and having won Best British Group three times.
Ever since their A Rush of Blood to the Head tour in 2002, which spanned five continents and featured guest performances, encores and elaborate staging and lighting, it's been clear that Coldplay are a heavyweight live act. The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the world including the Superbowl show alongside Beyonce and Bruno Mars in 2016. Coldplay announced a world tour of ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ in 2016, which included shows in the UK London, North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Coldplay have announced Dublin and Cardiff shows as part of their 2017 European tour. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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My daughter and I travelled to Cardiff Principality Stadium in what could only be described as torrential downpour all the way from Derby. The motorway was at standstill as wipers would not work. We arrived at the Jockey Park queued for a bus in the still pouring rain. Bus was steamed up but every one on-board thrilled at the night ahead. We arrived in Cardiff and walked quite a considerable way still in the pouring rain to then join a queue of excited fans all wet through yet still excited.
We queued for about 45 minutes and then the goal was in sight. We were ushered in by security to meet with staff mopping the floors as they were wet through. We climbed the stairs, grabbing a wrist band on our way, to reach our seats. Our clothes were sodden and we had to sit on wet coats as nowhere to put them. Did this damper our spirits not on your life. When the concert began it was everything we dreamed of. The fans were superb and Chris as always the showman. Singing all our favourites and jollying the crowd to join in but asking that all mobiles were switched off during the singing of Charlie Brown. Unbelievable.
Stars came down on our heads, balloons and the supporting act excellent. Can't wait to go again. Hope it is soon. Both of us went down with the flu upon our return home. Who cares. Would do it all over again hopefully.