Coldplay make NZ history with third Eden Park show: Dates, tickets and sale information

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Coldplay perform at Optus Stadium in November 2023. Photo / Live Nation

We’re putting our out-of-office clothes on, because we are officially in paradise - Coldplay has just announced a third show in their New Zealand tour, breaking history and no doubt delighting fans.

One day after announcing their second show for November 2024, the Grammy-winning band announced they will return to the 50,000-capacity venue on Saturday, November 16 to play a third show, marking the first time an artist or act has ever done so in New Zealand history.

A statement from Live Nation issued to the Herald reads, “Following the unprecedented demand for tickets to Coldplay’s record-breaking Music Of The Spheres world tour during the pre-sale period, the band has announced additional stadium concerts as part of their upcoming Australia and New Zealand 2024 tour.”

“Coldplay will now perform four shows at Accor Stadium, Sydney and Marvel Stadium, Melbourne and three shows at Eden Park in Auckland, breaking the all-time record as the first artist to play three nights in the venue’s 123-year history.”

As well as making history, it’s also the first time Coldplay will return to perform in the three cities since 2016.

Coldplay has announced a record-breaking three shows in New Zealand next year. Photo / Anna Lee Media

The general sale of tickets for all shows commences on Friday, December 1 at 10am local time.

The Music of the Spheres tour has broken records so far, with the band playing shows for more than seven million fans since it kicked off in March 2022 - the largest number of collective audience members for any tour since the Covid-19 pandemic.

It’s proved hugely popular with both fans and critics, netting the band a Favourite Touring Artist award at the American Music Awards in 2022 and Tour of The Year at the iHeartRadio Awards this year.

The band recently issued a statement claiming the Music of the Spheres world tour had produced 47 per cent less CO2 emissions than their last stadium tour, with one tree having been planted for each of the seven million fans they’ve played for around the world.

Since the first Music Of The Spheres world tour date in March 2022, the band have sold over nine million tickets - the most for any tour in history. Photo / Anna Lee Media

Coldplay will perform four shows at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium on October 30 and 31 and November 2 and 3, 2024, then the band will head to Sydney’s Accor Stadium for four more on November 6, 7, 9 and 10.

They’ll take to iconic sporting venue Eden Park on November 13, 15 and 16, with PinkPantheress and Emmanuel Kelly forming the support acts for all the Australia and New Zealand shows.

Who: Coldplay

What: Music of the Spheres world tour

When: November 13 and 15, 2024

Where: Eden Park, Auckland

Tickets: General tickets go on sale on Friday, December 1, at 10am on LiveNation.co.nz .

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Coldplay have announced their hugely-anticipated return to New Zealand with an Eden Park show as part of the record-breaking Music Of The Spheres World Tour. The last time Coldplay was in New Zealand was 2016!

Due to incredible demand, a 3rd and final Coldplay Music Of The Spheres World Tour date has been added on the 16th of November 2024 at Eden Park in Auckland. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10AM at  coldplay.com

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Auckland show on Wednesday 13th November 2024, at Eden Park.

NEW SHOW:  Friday 15th November 2024 at Eden Park.

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THIRD AND FINAL SHOW:  Saturday 16th November at Eden Park

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Coldplay Announce 2023 Tour Dates

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Coldplay have announced 2023 dates on their world tour in support of Music of the Spheres . Next year, the band will perform in Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands. Find Coldplay’s schedule and a trailer for the tour below.

Coldplay famously declined to tour in support of Everyday Life for environmental reasons. The band has set out to make the Music of the Spheres World Tour more sustainable, with a press releasing touting concerts powered entirely by renewable energy. For example, there have been solar panels and wind turbines at every venue to help power the shows.

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08-23 Glasgow, Scotland - Hampden Park Stadium ^ 08-23 Glasgow, Scotland - Hampden Park Stadium ^ 09-10 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Rock in Rio Festival 09-13 Lima, Peru - Estadio Nacional * 09-14 Lima, Peru - Estadio Nacional * 09-16 Bogotá, Clombia - Estadio El Campín * 09-17 Bogotá, Colombia - Estadio El Campín * 09-20 Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional * 09-21 Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional * 09-23 Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional * 09-24 Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional * 10-11 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Estadio Nilton Santos ^ 10-12 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Estadio Nilton Santos ^ 10-15 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-16 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-18 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-19 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-21 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-22 São Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque ^ 10-25 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 10-26 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 10-28 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 10-29 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-01 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-02 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-04 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-05 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-07 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 11-08 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio River Plate ^ 05-17 Coimbra, Portugal - Estádio Cidade de Coimbra  05-24 Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys 05-25 Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys 05-31 Manchester, England - Etihad Stadium 06-01 Manchester, England - Etihad Stadium 06-06 Cardiff, Wales - Principality Stadium 06-21 Naples, Italy - Stadio Diego Armando Maradona 06-25 Milan, Italy - Stadio San Siro 06-26 Milan, Italy - Stadio San Siro 07-01 Zurich, Switzerland - Stadion Letzigrund 07-05 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken 07-06 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken 07-08 Gothenburg, Sweden - Ullevi 07-09 Gothenburg, Sweden - Ullevi 07-15 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Johan Cruijff ArenA 07-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Johan Cruijff ArenA

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Coldplay have announced their hugely-anticipated return to New Zealand with an Eden Park show as part of the record-breaking Music Of The Spheres World Tour. The last time Coldplay was in New Zealand was 2016!

Due to incredible demand, a 3rd and final Coldplay Music Of The Spheres World Tour date has been added on the 16th of November 2024 at Eden Park in Auckland. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10AM at  coldplay.com

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Auckland show on Wednesday 13th November 2024, at Eden Park.

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Coldplay 'Music of the Spheres' World Tour 2023: New Dates, Venues, Guest Acts Revealed

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Coldplay will be taking the "Music of the Spheres" Tour to more stadiums this coming 2023!

The Grammy-Award winning band just added more dates on their South American tour and a few West Coast dates for their upcoming North American concerts in the latter part of September 2023.

H.E.R. and 070 Shake will be supporting Coldplay on their additional North American leg on September 20, 22, 27, and 30, 2023.

🇺🇸🇨🇦 NEW US & CANADA DATES ANNOUNCED Music Of The Spheres World Tour 2023 SEPTEMBER 20: Seattle, WA - Lumen Field 22: Vancouver, BC - BC Place 27: San Diego, CA - Snapdragon Stadium 30: Los Angeles, CA - Rose Bowl On sale 10am Friday https://t.co/OsnkikGE4m #MOTSWT pic.twitter.com/4R7wfuffEf — Coldplay (@coldplay) January 23, 2023

Check out the Coldplay 2023 concert calendar below:

Coldplay 'Music of the Spheres' 2023 Concert Venues

  • Mar. 10 - 18 - São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi
  • Mar. 21 - 22 - Curitiba Estádio Couto Pereira
  • Mar. 25 - 28 - Rio De Janeiro Estádio Nilton Santos Engenhão
  • May 17 - 21 - Coimbra, Estádio Cidade de Coimbra
  • May 24 - 28 - Barcelona, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
  • May 31 - Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  • Jun. 1 - 4 - Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  • Jun. 6 - 7 - Cardiff, Principality Stadium
  • Jun. 21 - 22 - Naples, Estadio Diego Armando Maradona
  • Jun. 25 - 29 - Milan, San Siro
  • Jul. 1 - 2 - Zürich, Stadion Letzigrund
  • Ju. 5 - 6 - Copenhagen, Parken
  • Jul. 8 - 12 - Gothenburg, Ullevi
  • Jul. 15 - 19 - Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff ArenA
  • Sep. 20 - Seattle Lumen Field with H.E.R. + 070 Shake
  • Sep. 22 - Vancouver BC Place with H.E.R. + 070 Shake
  • Sep. 27 - San Diego Snapdragon Stadium with H.E.R. + 070 Shake
  • Sep. 30 - Los Angeles Rose Bowl with H.E.R. + 070 Shake

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Coldplay 'Music of the Spheres' 2023 Concert Tickets

NME  reports that tickets for the Coldplay 'Music of the Spheres' 202 concerts will be on sale on Jan. 27, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. local time.

Meanwhile, a first come, first served presale for the rescheduled Coldplay Los Angeles concerts will take place on Jan. 26, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. local time. The said rescheduled concert will be held on Sep. 30, 2023, at the Rose Bowl with H.E.R. and 070 Shake.

For more information on how to get Coldplay 'Music of the Spheres' 2023 concert tickets, check this website  out.

Meanwhile, the album "Music Of The Spheres," has been nominated at the 2023 Grammy Awards. The project is poised in the running for the Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album categories. The album was nominated last year at the Billboard Music Awards and the American Music Awards but failed to win any.

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Coldplay fans angry New Zealand not part of Music of The Spheres World Tour

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New Zealand's Coldplay fans have taken to social media to voice their anger the 'Viva La Vida' group doesn't appear to be heading to Aotearoa as part of their world tour.

The band sparked outrage in Australia earlier this week after announcing only one date in the country for their Music of the Spheres world tour in Perth in November.

Aussie fans were disappointed the group plans to put on one single gig in Aussie in between dates in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.

However, there were no details of any planned New Zealand dates for the foreseeable future for the Music of the Spheres tour.

The group last played Aotearoa in 2016 as part of the Head Full of Dreams tour.

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In March, 2022, Coldplay appeared to hint at coming to New Zealand later that year by releasing a Spotify Canvas that displayed a coded message along with footage of them performing live.

The short video was attached to a 2014 live performance of 'Magic' at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, which was tweeted from the band's Alien Radio FM account.

In it, characters of Coldplay's own Kaotican Alphabet which were displayed that were translated by fans to spell out: "AU NZ 2022".

As a tour of Australia and New Zealand didn't eventuate, frustrated fans are now pleading with the group to head over the Tasman for a show in New Zealand.

"Waiting for NZ," one fan wrote on the official Coldplay Facebook page.

"New Zealand PLEASE," another begged.

"Is New Zealand in there," another asked.

"Waiting for New Zealand - especially Wellington please," another wrote on the band's tour announcement of Australia.

"I am gobsmacked you would travel all the way to Australia for only one show," another said.

And Coldplay's tour promoters appeared to pour cold water over any plans for Chris Martin and the band to head here.

When approached by Newshub to see if any Aotearoa dates would be added, a Live Nation spokesperson said there were "presently no plans for the band to return to NZ".

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Coldplay is currently touring across 11 countries and has 43 upcoming concerts.

Their next tour date is at OAKA Spyros Louis Olympic Stadium / OAKA «Σπύρος Λούης» in Athens, after that they'll be at OAKA Spyros Louis Olympic Stadium / OAKA «Σπύρος Λούης» again in Athens.

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I had always heard Coldplay were a fantastic band to see live. They did not disappoint last night at Fedex Field, right in the midst of their joyous and decidedly over-the-top Head Full of Dreams tour.

The show began with an explosion of color and light (including the LED wristbands supplied to every concertgoer) in the titular track on the band's touring album. Then came fan-favorite "Yellow," followed by "Every Teardrop is a Waterfall," the ever-popular "The Scientist," and "Birds" (the latter was a bit of a personal disappointment as it replaced the brilliant "God Put a Smile Upon Your Face" from recent setlists). This part of the show finished with the anthem "Paradise," featuring an incredible remix outro.

Next the show slowed down for an intimate trio of songs (most of us actually took a seat). This included one of the better tracks from the sub-par "Ghost Stories", "Magic."

Soon, however, things picked up with the timeless piano strokes of "Clocks," themed to a magical red light show. Next came the lighthearted "Charlie Brown." Before it began, lead singer Chris Martin asked everyone to put away their phones and simply enjoy the show. This was followed by the radio hit "Hymn for the Weekend," a candlelit (okay...Iphone flashlight lit) "Fix You," and "Viva la Vida." This last one was remarkable, as nearly the entire stadium knew the lyrics and sang along to the triumphant "Oh-oh-ohhhh" chant. The groovy "Adventure of a Lifetime" finished off this section, featuring Chris gettin' down with the audience, asking everyone to "Get low!"

Then came the highlight of the night for me: an acoustic quad of older (*cough* better *cough*) Coldplay songs which were as intimate as they were nostalgic. The lovely riffs of "In my Place" started off the set. "Don't Panic" was sung by drummer Will Champion; it's one of my favorites. But it couldn't top what was (for me) the best song of the night: "Trouble." Somber but beautiful in its own way, "Trouble" is a rare find in the setlists of today's Coldplay and was absolutely fantastic. Finally came another rare gem: "Green Eyes," which was somewhat marred by Chris's well-intentioned attempt at giving the local Redskins some luck (HA! what folly) by changing the lyrics.

The finale of the show was the hopeful and popular trio of "Something Just like This," "A Sky Full of Stars," and "Up and Up." This last track was played against the backdrop of the magical and visually stunning music video for the song.

And if there were two adjectives to sum up the show as a whole, they would be just that: magical and visually stunning. Thanks for an awesome show, Coldplay!

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First of all I need to just say wow! Wow! Yesterday I experienced one of the greatest nights of my life. Yesterday I really did feel like I was part of something special, something so big and beautiful. The love, the happiness and the excaitment people were feeling last night were something you can't put words on. We stood in the rain for so many hours, we sat in a que and then we stood in the rain again.. but let me just say that when Coldplay came on stage they put on the best god damn show ever. You could really feel their thankfulness during the show. They promised us (in Chris Martins own words) "The best fucking show ever" and let me tell you it was! During the night I got to experience people from different countries dancing and singing along together, I got to experience that moment when Chris decided to write a new song about Sweden and Gothenburg! The night was amazing in so many ways. And just as he said during the night, that he believes when people are working together and last night everybody in that arena stood together. We celebrated the music, the evening and most of all we celebrated the love. Because in the end of the day Love is what matters and it will always win.

Yesterday was beautiful, just pure beautiful!

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A Coldplay concert is a real face to face experience for a someone who love their songs. It may not be an intimate experience but considering the legions of fans that they have only a concert can accommodate everyone who are waiting all their lives for a chance to hear them live. and they never disappoint. A total performance complete with lasers and light and firework BUT without much fanfare, just them singing & playing their hearts OUT song after song alone or in harmony with the fans some crying, most gleefully dancing to their upbeat song or swaying OR slow dancing to slow Fix You or Yellow and probably thinking of someone they "cannot replace". Chris Martin is an awesome guy and so are the rest of the band. May their personal lives be as awesome as their professional lives, they deserve that too. as to Singapore, it may not be as engaging as it would be in the Philippines but hey, no one can complain; i had the best time celebrating my birthday in one of the best stadium this side of town with around 50K Coldpay fans celebrating with me :) :). Long live Coldplay, may you continue to bring joy to you fans worldwide. Looking forward to another Coldplay concert experience in the future.

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Coldplay announce one New Zealand show for 2024

Coldplay will perform a one-off New Zealand show in 2024.

The band is bringing its Music Of The Spheres World Tour to Auckland's Eden Park on November 13, 2024.

It's the first time the group has been here since 2016.

Pre-sale tickets will be available from 10am on November 29, while the general sale begins on December 1.

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Following the spectacular sellout success of this weekend’s two Perth Optus Stadium shows, Coldplay have today announced a run of Australia and New Zealand dates for October and November 2024, as part of their record-breaking Music Of The Spheres World Tour. The shows will see Coldplay perform in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland for the first time since 2016.

The general sale begins on Friday, 1st December at 10am time.

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Adele? Foos? Queen Bey and Tay-Tay? We gaze into our crystal balls to work out which major acts may tour Aotearoa this year.

Across the next few months, some of pop’s biggest names are visiting our shores. Ed Sheeran, Backstreet Boys, Florence + the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lorde and Harry Styles are all scheduled to perform highly anticipated shows across our wild, windy, wet and cyclone-fuelled summer. Good luck, then, to those performing outdoors.

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But it’s been three long years with closed borders and Covid concerns. There are many more acts, and even bigger artists,  preparing to hit the road and are yet to make it down under. Some need to tour to make a living because those tiny Spotify stream payments just aren’t cutting it. Others need to reschedule concerts postponed by Covid, or illness, or a mental health reset.  Other major stadium veterans have been in hibernation. For some, it just feels about time.

There are rumours. Holy wow there are plenty of rumours. Don’t go on Google – you’ll be there for days. Instead, sift through our best bets, our biggest hunches, and our solid guesstimates, about which acts might play big gigs on our shores in 2023. Hold on to your credit card and get ready to sit in some tense ticketing queues – if even half these shows happen, it will be a massive year for live music.

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She’s the biggest pop star on the planet and she’s already announced her Ticketmaster-destroying, career-spanning American tour. Taylor Swift, like clockwork, visits Australia roughly every three years (Covid has prevented her from touring anywhere since the end of her Reputation stadium tour in 2018). There’s also strong precedent for her visiting New Zealand, if you discount the unforgivable exclusion of our country from the 1989 tour schedule in 2015. It’s therefore inevitable that Swift, now at the top of her game regardless of the quality of her most recent album, will be visiting our shores sometime over next summer. She may have struggled to sell out Mt Smart Stadium five years ago, but you can bet she’ll have no problem filling it several times over in 2023. / Stewart Sowman-Lund

Foo Fighters

Dave Grohl’s Foo Fighters were due to perform in Auckland in December 2022, but that gig was cancelled after the tragic death of the band’s livewire drummer Taylor Hawkins. The stadium veterans have confirmed they’ll be hitting the road again this year with three US festivals already booked: Boston Calling, Sonic Temple and Bonnaroo. While their new drummer isn’t yet confirmed, odds-on favourite has to be Hawkins’ 16-year-old son Oliver, who absolutely nailed ‘My Hero’ at the group’s Wembley tribute concert. Prediction: Expect the Foos to rock out down under next summer. And expect those show to be joyous .  /Chris Schulz

Beyoncé brought us the best album of both her career and the year with 2022’s Renaissance. It was touted as “Act One” of a three-part project. Surely one of those acts involves a massive world tour? The rumour mill has been swirling for some time now that Queen Bey will make her return to Australia and New Zealand at the tail end of 2023. Her last tour was almost a decade ago, selling out four nights at Spark Arena (née Vector). This time around it’s a guarantee she’ll join the mega list of artists performing in stadiums and I for one cannot wait. /SSL

Despite threatening to stop making music and cease touring until it becomes more sustainable, Coldplay have been back on the road touring their last album, a concept record called Music of the Spheres, since March. Their eco-friendly world tour is, by all accounts, supposed to include a New Zealand date in 2022. At least, that’s what fans decoded from cryptic messages left on the band’s Spotify account. Sadly for fans, and happily for haters, Chris Martin and co have since consciously uncoupled themselves from those rumours. Our prediction is that they’ll be down under soon enough, possibly in the second half of 2023. / CS

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In 2017 I was leaked details of Adele’s first ever New Zealand concerts in what was a huge moment in my burgeoning journalism career. The British pop superstar went on to break records with a series of in-the-round gigs at Mt Smart stadium. Jump forward to January 2023 and I have absolutely no hard evidence that Adele will be returning to Aotearoa. But here’s what we do know: she’s set to wrap up her massive Vegas residency that has delighted audiences, critics and TikTok audiences alike (not to mention tickets being flogged for more than $70,000 ). Plus she recently sold out London’s Hyde Park for two nights in a row.

We know that Adele’s music spans generations, meaning she’d be guaranteed three or four (or maybe more) sold-out nights at Eden Park should she make the trek back here. That being said, Adele hinted her 2017 tour would be her last – so it may be a stretch to suggest she’ll return to New Zealand anytime soon. But with her most recent album up for a haul of Grammys, and a back catalogue of hits under her belt, fans continue to wait and hope. /SSL

She’s back – sort of. Rihanna, the mysterious pop star whose star only shines brighter the longer she stays out of the limelight, will finally perform again in 2023. It’s for just one night that will last just 15 minutes during the half-time show at the Super Bowl on February 12, but it’s surely a sign. Those Super Bowl shows tend to be legacy-celebrating affairs, a chance for an artist to elevate themselves to veteran status while running through all their biggest hits (please play ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ Ri-Ri, we beg you). But it’s a sign that she might finally be returning to music. After such a long absence, that really would be an event. /CS

The new album is finished, the guitars are tuned, the therapist is booked and Metallica are primed, pumped and ready to satisfy metalheads and head out on the road across 2023 and 2024. Multiple nights are already booked for their M72 world tour, where the rock veterans play two nights in every town promising different sets and no repeats at every stop. Their last New Zealand tour was cancelled in 2019 when front man James Hetfield headed back to rehab. Our guess is we’ll see them banging heads together again here very soon, possibly with a few famous friends in tow. / CS

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Justin Bieber

“I’m going to take a break from touring for the time being.” Those words came from Justin Bieber in September during an announcement that the Canadian pop star would cancel the rest of his Justice world tour to focus on his health and deal with a recent diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. That meant his New Zealand tour date of December 7 wouldn’t go ahead. Bieber’s never been able to stay off the road for long so our prediction is Bieber fever will hit our shores again in late 2023, or early 2024. You’d better beliebe it (sorry). /CS

The Spice Girls

There are rumours the ‘90s pop idols have locked in the coveted legends slot at Glastonbury this year. After the success of their 2019 UK reunion tour, along with teases that an Australian leg has been in the planning phase, why couldn’t we see the Girls in New Zealand too? The band has also just celebrated the 25th anniversary of their Spiceworld album – the perfect time to cash in on the nostalgia-factor and hit the road once again. /SSL

At his sold-out Spark Arena spectacle in 2017, Drake showed off all the baubles, ripping through his biggest hits backed by pyro, lasers, a fireworks display and an ocean of ball lights hovering over him. All that happened inside the first 10 minutes, making it one hell of a show from the 6 God. Why it hasn’t happened again is a mystery. Our prediction is Drake will be back in 2023, and we think he’ll bring rapper 21 Savage – his sidekick on the recent joint album Her Loss – with him. Besides,  The Daily Mail  already  said it, so it must be true.  /CS

The American singer has a new album due out shortly and has already announced a slew of international stadium dates. Thankfully for us down under, Pink has enjoyed her biggest successes in the southern hemisphere. On her last tour, she sold out about a dozen dates at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena as part of a lengthy Australian tour, and similarly broke records here with six sold-out gigs at Spark Arena. It’s almost certain she’ll be returning to her “second home” of Australia – this time likely with a full-blown stadium show – and I’d put money on her making the trip across the ditch for her New Zealand fans as well. / SSL

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Kylie Minogue

The Australian pop icon may not have any new music out, but bear with us. Her incredible 2020 lockdown album Disco never got the dance party justice it deserved despite repeated promises of a live tour. As recently as late last year, rumours were swirling that Minogue would be touring the album – and possibly new music – in 2023. She’s also relocated to Australia for the first time since fleeing for the UK near the start of her music career. And she’s set to headline the Sydney Pride Festival in the coming weeks. Count us in when the princess of pop makes a long-overdue return to New Zealand. /SSL

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The rolling stones.

There are reports out of Australia that promoters have been trying to woo the band back down under as part of their 60th anniversary tour. With that, the possibility of a couple of New Zealand dates increases. They may have recently lost a band member and lead singer Mick Jagger is pushing 80, but can anything ever stop the Stones? /SSL

If the ’90s really are back in fashion, that must make Pearl Jam the hottest act out there. The Seattle grunge survivors haven’t performed in Aotearoa since the last ever Big Day Out in 2014, so they’re long overdue for a visit. But they’ve only played sporadically together over the past few years and have zero shows booked so far in 2023. Our guess is they’re keeping their schedule clear for a major world tour. Jeremy, it seems, may once again speak in class today. Let’s hope it’s at Western Springs, asap. /CS

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Coldplay’s ‘music of spheres’ world tour comes to eden park.

Coldplay’s Music of Spheres world tour is heading down under in 2024, and the globally renowned band is set to play their only New Zealand show at Eden Park in Auckland on Wednesday 13 November 2024.

CEO of Eden Park, Nick Sautner, said, “Coldplay is one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands and we’re delighted they will be performing at Eden Park. This is a huge coup for Auckland and New Zealand. Coldplay’s global status, the band’s commitment to sustainability, and their ability to deliver unforgettable performances make them the perfect fit to perform at New Zealand’s national stadium.

Highlighting the impact of large-scale global events on the local economy, Nick Sautner added “Coldplay’s two shows in Perth attracted over 40,000 interstate visitors and close to 10,000 international fans. This underpins the immense appeal of Coldplay’s live performances and demonstrates the impact major events have on our hospitality and tourism sectors, employing thousands of casual and full-time staff.

“Today’s announcement comes after a record-breaking year for Eden Park and reinforces the stadium’s commitment to providing unforgettable experiences and memorable moments for our community and showcasing our city and country to the world. Fans can expect an extraordinary evening filled with music, lights, and the magic that only Coldplay can deliver.

“Coldplay’s commitment to reducing the impact global music tours have on our environment aligns with Eden Park’s focus on sustainability. The collaboration will showcase how two globally renowned brands can come together to create an unforgettable, environmentally-conscious event,” said Mr Sautner.

In an effort to make the Music of Spheres World Tour accessible to fans at an affordable price, Coldplay will be offering a limited number of Infinity Tickets for the shows. These tickets will cost $32 AUD / $32 NZD per ticket and will be restricted to a maximum of two tickets per purchaser, to be bought in pairs, ensuring fans enjoy the experience together with adjacent seating.

The Coldplay.com presale will begin at 10am local time on Wednesday 29 November. The general sale begins at 10am local time on Friday 1 December.

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Australia and New Zealand shows announced!

Good evening. We are very pleased to announce that Coldplay are heading to Australia and New Zealand in December to play four stadium shows. The dates are as follows:

Saturday, December 3, 2016 –  AUCKLAND MT Smart Stadium

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 –  BRISBANE Suncorp Stadium

Friday, December 9, 2016 –  MELBOURNE Etihad Stadium

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 –  SYDNEY Allianz Stadium

On sale info is below – and  tickets will be available from here . NB: all times are local times to the city of the show.

AUCKLAND Tickets on sale  2pm  on  Monday May 30 Amex  presale:  12noon   Monday May 23  until  12noon   Thursday May 26 My Live Nation  pre-sale:  2pm   Thursday May 26  until  5pm   Sunday May 29

BRISBANE Tickets on sale  3pm  on  Monday May 30 Amex  presale:  1pm   Monday May 23  until  12noon   Thursday May 26 My Live Nation  pre-sale:  3pm   Thursday May 26  until  5pm   Sunday May 29

MELBOURNE Tickets on sale  2pm  on  Monday May 30 Amex  presale:  12noon   Monday May 23  until  12noon   Thursday May 26 My Live Nation  pre-sale:  3pm   Thursday May 26  until  5pm   Sunday May 29

SYDNEY Tickets on sale  2pm  on  Monday May 30 Amex  presale:  12noon   Monday May 23  until  12noon   Thursday May 26 My Live Nation  pre-sale:  2pm   Thursday May 26  until  5pm   Sunday May 29

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Teddy Swims Announces Australia And New Zealand Tour

Teddy Swims will make a comeback to Australia and New Zealand in July, performing at prominent venues throughout both nations.

Fresh from the triumph of his previous tour and the launch of his debut album I’ve Tried Everything but Therapy (Part 1) in 2023, Atlanta-based artist Teddy Swims is ready to captivate audiences alongside his band, Freak Freely.

The tour commences in New Zealand from July 4th to the 7th, with performances in Christchurch, Auckland, and Wellington. Teddy Swims then heads to Australia for shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth from July 9th to the 19th.

Tickets for the tour will be available for purchase starting Friday, March 8th, at 1 pm local time. Frontier Members can enjoy access to a presale starting Thursday, March 7th, at 12 pm local time.

The shows come on the heels of Swims’ viral sensation “Lose Control,” amassing an impressive 2.2 billion streams globally and securing the #4 spot on the Billboard Global 200 charts.

“I needed to write about the moment we lost our shot in order to help myself make sense of it all these years later,” reflects Swims of the track.

“Lose Control” has become a sensation Down Under, achieving Platinum certification in Australia with over 20 million streams and reaching #7 on the ARIA single charts.

It also dominated the airwaves in New Zealand, attaining Platinum status and landing at #4 on the official NZ singles chart.

Swims rose to prominence through his YouTube covers, ultimately securing a record deal with Warner Records in 2019. His debut album seamlessly blends influences from soul to funk, gospel to R&B, striking a chord with listeners worldwide.

“Now I’m watching people connect with the messages and stories and realizing not only are the songs helping me, but they’re also helping them too,” says Swims. “It feels like all that work on the back end, all that internalizing, is finally making a difference.”

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The travel trends you need to know for 2024, expedia's unpack report highlights 'set-jetting,' unique properties, outdoor amenities.

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Celebrating a promotion by going out to dinner is so 2023, according to Expedia’s annual Unpack report of travel trends for the coming year. 

The report, compiled using data from Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo, found that people are commemorating big life events by taking trips rather than saving their jet-setting for traditional vacations.

And the pandemic wanderlust hasn’t abated—one-third of respondents plan to take more trips in 2024. Interestingly, some of our pandemic habits have stuck, with travelers prioritizing outdoor amenities. Budget-conscious travelers are also opting for “dupe destinations,” rather than staying home.

These are some of the travel trends to watch in 2024.

‘ Set-jetting’ still flying high

Travelers are finding inspiration in the locations of their favorite TV shows and movies, a trend that’s carried over from 2023. More than half of travelers surveyed by Expedia say they’ve researched or booked a trip to a destination after seeing it on a television series or feature film—in fact, TV shows influence travel decisions more than Instagram and TikTok.

The TV shows to watch from 2023 include The Last of Us and FBoy Island.

The 10 Most Watchable TV Shows of 2023

Among the destinations enjoying a boost in popularity from the set-jetting crowd are Thailand and Romania (The White Lotus), Malta (Wednesday), South Korea (Squid Game), the Florida Keys (Bad Monkey) and Australia (Furiosa).

Dupes, but make it travel

Younger people are looking for that luxury feeling without the price tag. TikTok has elevated “dupes” to star status, and that’s becoming a trend in destinations too.

According to Expedia, 30% of travelers have booked a dupe. Besides savings, a dupe destination can be less crowded and offer different experiences than its touristy counterpart.

These trending alternative destinations all saw a jump in searches (based on global flight data) over 2023, with the top 5 more than doubling year over year.

five images of five trending dupe destinations

Rounding out the list are Liverpool (London), Palermo (Lisbon), Québec City (Geneva), Sapporo (Zermatt) and Memphis (Nashville). 

New reasons to travel

People are increasingly traveling for reasons other than purely for the sake of visiting a new place. 

Concert tourism: After concert tourism reached new heights in 2023, with two of the biggest names in music—Taylor Swift and Beyoncé—commanding sold-out arenas worldwide, Expedia sees an encore in 2024. Nearly 70% of travelers are up for exploring beyond their hometowns to see a favorite act. Of those, 40% would travel for a concert as an excuse to visit a new place. Artists going on tour in 2024 include Coldplay, Metallica, Olivia Rodrigo and the Foo Fighters.

Zero-proof holidays: Staying sober is not just for January and October, with nearly half of respondents planning to book a detox trip in the coming year. An equal number are interested in alcohol-free options at their hotels.

Go-ccasions: According to Vrbo search data, people are celebrating special occasions not by going out to dinner but taking a trip. Besides bachelorette weekends and reunions, “puppymoons” and “first date-iversaries” are trending, along with trips to celebrate new jobs and promotions.

Where they’ll be staying

Outdoor amenities: We all got used to making the most of the great outdoors during the pandemic, and it’s looking like travelers want to stay there in 2024. 

Vrbo data shows that 42% of travelers book vacation homes with outdoor amenities they don’t have at home, such as saunas and padel courts, roof terraces and fire pits. A whopping 30% of people want these amenities so they don’t have to leave their home-away-from-home at all. 

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Mills, barns and farms: Vrbo’s three trending property types for 2024 are all about letting travelers live the country life, with fresh produce and animal interaction. Converted mills saw a 47% increase over last year, while barns and farmhouses saw 21% and 42% jumps, respectively.

Riads and ryokans: Travelers want to live like the locals and are looking for immersive experiences in their accommodations. Hotels.com saw a more than 125% jump in searches for ryokans (Japanese inns) and riads, which are traditional Moroccan homes.

Good vibes: Hotels are increasingly expected to set the mood of a trip. Hotels.com reviews with the word “vibe” saw a 1,090% jump over last year, and more than 90% of respondents in Expedia’s report said it’s an important factor. Among the trending vibes are “modern beach,” “artsy hip,” “retro historic” and “industrial.”

“No Place Like It On Earth,” “definitely starring Taika Waititi” per the cheeky credits, drops as the country tries to rebound from Covid-era declines in its international tourism.

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Eva Kis is the online editor at Adweek.

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