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Coldplay Announce Stadium Tour Support Acts

Tuesday, 23 June 2009 Written by Stereoboard.com
ImageColdplay have revealed the full list of support acts for their forthcoming European tour.

The English band will be performing some massive shows at stadiums throughout UK & Europe this summer.

The European leg of the world tour kicks off in Denmark on August 16th, and concludes to 2 huge shows at Wembley Stadium on 18th/19th September..

As well as the previously-announced Jay-Z, Girls Aloud and White Lies, the band will also be supported by Flaming Lips, Bat For Lashes, Datarock, Killians, Howling Bells, Ministri, The Sunday Drivers, Moi Caprice, Miss Montreal and Pegasus.

The full support bills for the band's 17 European dates across 12 countries are as follows:

16th Herning, MCN Arena - White Lies & Moi Caprice
19th Bergen, Koengen - White Lies & Datarock
22nd Stockholm, Olympic Stadium - White Lies
25th Hannover, Hannover Stadium - White Lies & Killians
27th Dusseldorf, LTU Arena - Howling Bells & Killians
29th Munich, Reistadiun Rien - Howling Bells & Killians
31st Udine, Stadio Friuli - White Lies & Ministri

2nd Bern, Stade de Suisse - Howling Bells & Pegasus
4th Barcelona, Estadi Olimpic - Flaming Lips & The Sunday Drivers
7th Paris, Parc de Princes - Flaming Lips & Bat For Lashes
9th Nijmegen, Goffertpark - Flaming Lips & Bat For Lashes
10th Nijmegen, Goffertpark - White Lies & Miss Montreal
12th Manchester, Lancs Cricket Ground - Jay-Z & White Lies
14th Dublin, Pheonix Park - White Lies & TBA
16th Glasgow, Hampden Park - Jay-Z & White Lies
18th Wembley Stadium - Jay-Z, Girls Aloud & White Lies
19th Wembley Stadium - Jay-Z, Girls Aloud & White Lies

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