The ultra-popular rock band has promised another Optus Arena event following overwhelming presale demand.
The presale for Coldplay’s November 18 in Perth, now closed, broke Ticketmaster’s record for the highest-ever online Australian ticket queue. 300,000 fans tried for their chance to secure tickets.
Now, Coldplay has taken to Twitter to confirm a second show in Perth on November 19 as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour. General admission tickets to both Optus Arena shows are set to go on sale tomorrow (May 16) at 10am local time (which means noon over here in Melbourne).
Coldplay Music of the Spheres World Tour Perth Shows
- Nov 18 – Optus Stadium, Perth with Amy Shark and Thelma Plum
- Nov 19 – Optus Stadium, Perth with Tash Sultana and Thelma Plum
- General admission tickets are set to go on sale at 10am local time
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There will be no presale options or codes required – buyers should simply head over to the Live Nation website and cross their fingers that it doesn’t crash due to too much traffic.
Chris Martin is heading back Down Under with @Coldplay, and he tells us why he has a love/hate relationship with phones… and why they’re responsible for more screaming at his concerts. pic.twitter.com/rCgpH6kIDO
— The Project (@theprojecttv) May 14, 2023
Local support has also been announced for the two massive events. Indie pop singer-songwriter Amy Shark will open on November 18 and multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana will play on November 19 show, with Aboriginal folk artist Thelma Plum playing at both.
There will also be a limited number of tickets put aside as Infinity Tickets for both Coldplay arena shows, costing only $40. The band is releasing these types of tickets for each Music of the Spheres event to help make them more accessible.
The Infinity Tickets, set to drop at a later date, must be purchased in sets of two that are seated next to each other, with a limit of two tickets per person.
Known for their universally-recognised music and immersive, multi-media live performances, Coldplay is sure to deliver an unforgettable evening when they make their way over to Perth this summer.
To get your tickets to see Coldplay at Perth’s Optus Stadium on November 18 and 19, head here.