Coldplay announced a world tour behind their album produced by Max Martin Music in Spheres. completion refused to tour followed by the album, Everyday Life, for environmental reasons, the band promises to cut emissions by 50 percent and adopt a broad model for continuity, with each show running exclusively at renewable energy. Coldplay plans to eliminate “significantly more than CO2 produced on tour” with initiatives including planting a tree for every ticket sold. Ten percent of all education revenue will go into funding for “environmental and social awareness causes,” according to a press release. Check the dates below.
In a statement, Coldplay said they have “a resemblance that the planet is facing a climate crisis.” They continue, “That’s why we’ve spent the past two years consulting with environmental experts to make this tour as accessible as possible, and, just as importantly, to harness the tour’s potential to push things forward. we will do everything right, but we are committed to doing everything we can and sharing what we know. ”
The initiatives included the use of solar installations at each venue, as well as energy generated from waste cooking oil, a kinetic stadium floor, and fan -powered kinetic bikes. A mobile, rechargeable show battery that is said to be first in its class is to conserve energy. The band will encourage fans to use low-carbon transport using an app that offers venue discounts as prizes, and will not encourage the use of plastic bottles by providing free water. The band also enlisted climate experts at the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London-Climate and Environmental Innovation to monitor the environmental impact of the tour.
He has supported most of the performances, which have been aired on London Grammar for a number of dates.
Coldplay launched theirs Music in Spheres launch back in April to release lead single “Higher Power. ”They didn’t announce the album until July, and the news followed with two more tracks:“Colortura“Ug”My Universe. ”The latter featured K-pop superstars BTS, and was released with a sci-fi visual directed by Dave Meyers.
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03-18 San Jose, Costa Rica – National Stadium
03-22 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Olympic Stadium
03-25 Monterrey, Mexico – BBVA Stadium ^
03-29 Guadalajara, Mexico – Akron Stadium ^
04-03 Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol ^
04-23 Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium ^
04-26 Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium ^
05-03 Phoenix, AZ – State Farm Stadium ^
05-06 Dallas, TX – Cotton Bowl Stadium ^
05-08 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium ^
05-28 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field ^
06-01 Washington, DC – FedExField ^
06-04 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium ^
06-08 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field ^
06-11 Atlanta, GA-Mercedes-Benz Stadium ^
06-14 Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium ^
07-02 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park ^
07-03 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park ^
07-08 Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy ^
07-10 Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin
07-12 Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin ^
07-16 Paris, France – Stade de France ^
07-17 Paris, France – Stade de France ^
08-05 Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium ^
08-06 Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium ^
08-12 London, England – Wembley Stadium ^
08-13 London, England – Wembley Stadium ^
08-16 London, England – Wembley Stadium
08-23 Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park Stadium ^
09-10 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Rock at the Rio Festival
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