The immensely popular British rock band Coldplay is expected to perform in Greece for the very first time in 2024.
Today, they’ve officially revealed a highly anticipated third run of European tour dates scheduled for June, July, and August 2024.
This tour is an integral part of the globally acclaimed Music Of The Spheres World Tour, which has already shattered all previous sales records, solidifying their position as one of the most influential acts in the music industry.
Coldplay announce tour dates in Greece
As part of the upcoming Music Of The Spheres World Tour, the band has exciting news for their fans. They will be making their debut appearances in Greece, Romania, and Finland, along with their long-awaited return to Rome in 2003 and Budapest in 2008.
To secure their chance to attend these eagerly anticipated shows, fans can register on Coldplay.com starting now to access the first phase of ticket sales. The ticket sales for the entire tour will kick off on Tuesday, 25th July.
The exclusive pre-sale will commence at 09:00 (local time) in Athens, Bucharest, Budapest, Lyon, Rome, and Helsinki. For those in Düsseldorf, Munich, Vienna, and Dublin, the pre-sale starts at 10:00 AM (local time).
Greek fans will want to secure their tickets early and ensure a spot at the highly anticipated Music Of The Spheres World Tour. For all cities, the general pre-sale will begin on July 28 at 10:00 AM.
Music of the Spheres World Tour
Since the Music Of The Spheres World Tour kicked off in March 2022, Coldplay has achieved remarkable success, selling over 7.5 million tickets. This outstanding feat makes it the highest-grossing tour in the last two years, captivating audiences and critics alike with its unforgettable performances.
The tour has received several accolades, including the Favorite Touring Artist award at the 2022 AMAs and the prestigious Tour of The Year title at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards. The band’s dedication to delivering unparalleled shows has truly paid off.
A recent report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology revealed that Coldplay’s current tour has significantly reduced CO2 emissions by 47% compared to their previous 2016/17 tour, analyzing emissions on a show-by-show basis.
Notably, the tour has also led to the planting of five million trees worldwide, with one tree being planted for every ticket sold.
Chris Martin’s Surprising Connection with Ancient Greece
Coldplay’s lead singer Chris Martin attained an Ancient World Studies degree with first-class honors in Greek and Latin from University College London (UCL).
Martin’s background in the subject is evident in some of the band’s songs. For example, in the song “Something just like this”, Martin references the mythical ancient Greek heroes Achilles and Heracles.