Coldplay have announced a second concert in Perth, Australia for November due to overwhelming demand.
Announced today (May 15), the band took to Twitter to confirm that pre-sales for the band’s first show on November 18 – which was only announced last week – have now closed. Now another show is being set for November 19, with tickets going on sale at 10am local time tomorrow (May 16). Tickets will be available via Live Nation Australia website.
All available tickets for the November 19th show go on sale tomorrow, meaning there will be no pre-sales or early registrations. However, a limited number of tickets for both shows will be reserved and released as Infinity Tickets at a later date.
Pre-sales for the Perth show on November 18 are now closed. Due to incredible demand, a second Perth show has been added on November 19. General sales for both shows begin at 10am local time tomorrow (May 16). pic.twitter.com/VCvzmQl5RU
— Coldplay (@coldplay) 15 May 2023
Infinity tickets will be priced at just AUD$40 and are limited to a maximum of two tickets per person. buyer and must be purchased in pairs, which will be placed next to each other.
The two shows – which take place at Optus Stadium in Perth on November 18 and 19 – mark the band’s first concerts in the state of Western Australia since 2009.
Live Nation Australia has also confirmed that Amy Shark, Tash Sultana and Thelma Plum have been tapped to perform as opening acts. Amy Shark will open on November 18, while Tash Sultana will perform the following day. Thelma Plum appears across both shows.
Coldplay’s upcoming shows in Perth will be in support of the band’s 2021 album, ‘Music of the Spheres’, which received a four-star review from NME‘s Rhian Daly. Daly wrote: “Like a glittering night sky stitched with stars, ‘Music Of The Spheres’ is a celestial beauty capable of inspiring great awe and emotion – not least on its grandiose, poignant closer ‘Coloratura'”.