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Coldplay’s Biggest Oz Tour

02:01 PM Tuesday 5/15/12 | |

Details of Coldplay’s visit to Australia and New Zealand in November, announced in March by the band on Australian television, were unveiled by Chugg Entertainment.

  • Coldplay

    Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
    April 17, 2012

    (AP Photo / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Michael Chugg told Pollstar that four stadium dates would see the act play to 200,000.

The initial announcement sees Coldplay land at Mt. Smart Stadium in Auckland Nov. 10, Etihad Stadium in Melbourne Nov. 13, Sydney Football Stadium Nov. 17 and Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane Nov. 21.

The current Coldplay album, Mylo Xyloto, went double platinum downunder, while new single “Princess of China” was the most added track to radio.

Opening for Coldplay is Australia’s Temper Trap and U.S. sister act The Pierces, whose You & I album was co-produced by Coldplay member Guy Berryman.


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