Coldplay annonce sa tournée britannique

Coldplay will perform their biggest UK headline shows to date when they begin their 2005 World Tour with a series of outdoor concerts this summer. They will play two nights at Crystal Palace Athletics Stadium in London, two nights at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton, and a night at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow. Each venue holds approximately 30,000 people.
Coldplay are understandably very excited by the prospect of these huge shows. "We've spent a long time in the studio and haven't played a gig for eighteen months," says guitarist Jonny Buckland, "so we can't wait to get out on tour and play our new songs live."
The UK dates mark the start of Coldplay's biggest ever world tour, details of which will be released over the coming weeks.
The new Coldplay album, the follow-up to 2002's multi-Brit and Grammy Award winning A Rush Of Blood To The Head will be released in June. Further information on this amazing new album will be announced in the very near future.The UK tour dates for Coldplay include:
June 27 & 28 - LONDON CRYSTAL PALACE ATHLETICS STADIUM
July 1 - GLASGOW BELLAHOUSTON PARK
July 4 & 5 - BOLTON REEBOK STADIUM
Coldplay are: Guy Berryman (bass), Jonny Buckland (lead guitar), Will Champion (drums) and Chris Martin (vocals, guitar, keyboards). Formed in London in 1998, they signed to Parlophone the following year. Coldplay's first two albums, Parachutes (2000) and A Rush Of Blood To The Head (2002), have sold over 16 million copies worldwide.

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