Coldplay extends ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ tour; tickets are on sale now

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Last week, Coldplay announced that they will be extending their year-long A Head Full Of Dreams tour into 2017. The newly added long list of dates will mark the tour’s seventh leg, and is scheduled to run across North America from August until October of next year.

Tickets for Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams tour have been on sale since the band’s halftime performance at the 2016 Super Bowl last February, and continue to remain high in demand on the secondary market. For all new performances, resale tickets are averaging $255, according to data provided by TicketIQ.

Coldplay just wrapped up their first North American portion back at the start of September, and the band will now head to Europe to complete their originally scheduled dates. Tickets for the kick-off date in East Rutherford, New Jersey at Metlife Stadium are currently averaging $384, with the cheapest tickets going for $50. They will return to Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts right after on August 4, where tickets are averaging $226, and Levi’s Stadium in California, where the cheapest tickets can be found for $45.

The tour will have several new stops lined up for this leg, including the Sprint Center in Kansas City, with tickets averaging $260 at this venue, and the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, where tickets are registering a higher average of $360 on the secondary market.

The A Head Full Of Dreams tour is in support of the album of the same name, which dropped last December. With possible plans of taking a break from touring in 2017, fans can secure one last major show before the band takes a likely break from the stage.