Coldplay at London’s Wembley Stadium: stage times, setlist, tickets and more

Coldplay are touring the globe in 2022 and tickets go on sale very soon.

Coldplay are heading to London’s Wembley Stadium this month to perform six headline shows.

The group will bring their much-anticipated Music of the Spheres World Tour to the iconic venue.

If you missed out, the group have announced new shows in Manchester and Cardiff for 2023 with tickets going on sale on 25 August via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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It’ll see them perform some of their biggest hits alongside tracks from their ninth album, Music of the Spheres.

They recently had to reschedule one of their shows due to planned industrial action on the London Underground network.

The group told fans “that there will be insufficient transport for ticket holders” and “the event cannot be licensed for that day”, so the show on 19 August will now take place on 21 August.


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The tour finally comes to the UK after stopping off in North America, South America and Europe, which has seen them joined by special guests including Kylie Minogue and Kelly Rowland to perform covers of their iconic gay anthem, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” and “Independent Women”.

It’s not yet known if there will be any surprise guests during their London shows, but watch this space.

If you’re heading to one of the Wembley Stadium shows then you can find out everything you need to know below.

This includes expected stage times, the setlist, support acts and more.

Can I still get Coldplay tickets?

The group’s Wembley Stadium shows are officially over, but they’ve now announced three new UK dates for summer 2023.

The band will play two nights at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on 31 May and 1 June and Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on 6 June.

Fans can get their hands on tickets for the new dates via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

They’re also heading to Europe to perform stadium dates in the likes of Barcelona, Milan, Zurich and Amsterdam.

Fans can also get resale tickets from See Tickets or Twickets. Both websites allow fans who can no longer attend the concert to list their tickets at face value, or less, so you won’t pay hiked prices. You can sign up to alerts for your preferred date to find out when tickets are listed and secure them.

What’s the setlist?

This was the setlist during recent shows in France and Belgium according to, so UK fans can expect to hear a similar set during the Wembley Stadium shows.

  • Higher Power
  • Adventure of a Lifetime
  • Paradise
  • Charlie Brown
  • The Scientist
  • Viva la Vida
  • Hymn for the Weekend
  • Let Somebody Go
  • Politik
  • In My Place
  • Yellow
  • Human Heart
  • People of the Pride
  • Clocks
  • Infinity Sign
  • Something Just Like This
  • Midnight
  • My Universe
  • A Sky Full of Stars
  • Sparks
  • Magic
  • Humankind
  • Fix You
  • Biutyful

What are the stage times?

The gates will open at 5pm, which has been confirmed by Wembley Stadium.

The band then have a number of support acts taking to the stage each night who will perform first, and at the first two shows at Wembley Stadium, Coldplay arrived on stage at the 8:30pm mark and the show finished at 10:45pm according to

Getting there

The best way to get to Wembley Stadium is the London Underground. The nearest stop is Wembley Park, which is served by three London Underground lines (Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo), mainline rail (Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways) and the London Overground. It’s expected to be busy on concert days so plan your journey with plenty of time.

What are the tour dates?

Coldplay will headline six nights at London’s Wembley Stadium between 12 and 21 August. Their show, which was originally scheduled for 19 August will now take place on 21 August due to London Underground workers’ national strike.


  • 12 August – Wembley Stadium
  • 13 August – Wembley Stadium
  • 16 August – Wembley Stadium
  • 17 August – Wembley Stadium
  • 20 August – Wembley Stadium
  • 21 August – Wembley Stadium (rescheduled date)


  • 17 May – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra – Coimbra
  • 24 May – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona – tickets
  • 25 May – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona – tickets
  • 31 May – Etihad Stadium – Manchester – tickets
  • 1 June – Etihad Stadium – Manchester – tickets
  • 6 June – Principality Stadium – Cardiff – tickets
  • 21 June – Stadio Diego Armando Maradona – Naples – tickets
  • 25 June – Stadio San Siro – Milan – tickets
  • 26 June – Stadio San Siro – Milan – tickets
  • 1 July – Stadion Letzigrund – Zurich – tickets
  • 5 July – Parken – Copenhagen – tickets
  • 6 July – Parken – Copenhagen – tickets
  • 8 July – Ullevi – Gothenburg – tickets
  • 9 July – Ullevi – Gothenburg – tickets
  • 15 July – Johan Cruijff ArenA – Amsterdam – tickets
  • 16 July – Johan Cruijff ArenA – Amsterdam – tickets

Who are the support acts?

The group will be supported by a number of different artists across their six night run at Wembley Stadium. They’ll be supported by the following acts:

  • 12 August – H.E.R. / Griff
  • 13 August – H.E.R. / Griff
  • 16 August – London Grammar / Ibibio Sound Machine
  • 17 August – H.E.R. / Ibibio Sound Machine
  • 20 August – London Grammar / Laura Mvula
  • 21 August – London Grammar / Laura Mvula