Coldplay Announce Croker Shows For 2024


Coldplay have announced two shows at Dublin’s Croke Park, as part of their European Tour.

The tour titled, ‘Music Of The Spheres’, will see Chris Martin and co take to the stage at GAA GQ on 29 and 30 August next year.

Coldplay will also perform in Vienna, Dusseldorf, Helsinki, Rome, Athens, Lyon and Bucharest, as well as Dublin.

These dates include Coldplay’s first ever shows in Romania, Finland and Greece, as well as their first shows in Budapest since 2008, and Rome since 2003.

Check out the tour dates in full below.

JUNE 2024

8: Athens – Olympic Stadium

12: Bucharest – Arena Națională

16: Budapest – Puskas Arena

22: Lyon – Groupama Stadium

23: Lyon – Groupama Stadium

 JULY 2024

12: Rome – Stadio Olimpico

13: Rome – Stadio Olimpico

20: Dusseldorf – Merkur Spiel-Arena

21: Dusseldorf – Merkur Spiel-Arena

28: Helsinki – Olympiastadion

 AUGUST 2024

15: Munich – Olympiastadion

17: Munich – Olympiastadion

21: Vienna – Ernst-Happel-Stadion

22: Vienna – Ernst-Happel-Stadion

29: Dublin – Croke Park

30: Dublin – Croke Park

Tickets for the band’s Croker dates go pre sale from July 25 at 10am, before going on general sale next Friday (28 July) at 10am.

The band had initially announced plans for this tour last August. A tour which has already sold 7.5 million tickets. More on this here.

Coldplay Honour Elton John 

News of this tour comes just over a week after Coldplay paid tribute to Elton John, as the music legend performed his final show from his farewell tour in Sweden.

Coldplay who were performing in Sweden at the same time, paid homage to the icon via a broadcast.

“Elton, we want to say from all of us here, from all the fans and all the artists that you’ve loved and inspired and helped, we just love you so much”, Chris Martin told Elton John via this broadcast.

He also added, “We are so grateful for everything you’ve done for us, everything you’ve done for the AIDS Foundation. Every time you’ve been kind to anybody”.

“For everything you’ve done for LGBTQ. Everything you’ve done for fashion and eyewear. Everything you’ve done for sexiness, and love and dressing gowns”, Martin added.

“Everything you’ve done for music, everything Bernie has done for lyrics, everything your band has done over the thousands of shows you’ve done. We love you so much, happy retirement, and we’re going to miss you so much”.