Coldplay World Tour 2022 – Music of the Spheres


“ And they said that we can’t be together because, because we come from different sides “ , oh well my fellow Coldplay fans, the Universe has done a great thing for us! The long wait is finally over, last 14 October 2021, Coldplay announced the Music Of The Spheres World Tour ahead of the release of their new album.

The world tour will start in Costa Rica on 18 March 2022, and this will be the band’s first ever concert in the country. Then will travel to Dominican Republic, Mexico, USA, Germany, Poland, France, Belgium, and the UK. The world tour will run until 23 August 2022. But wait, don’t be sad Brazilian fans! Coldplay will be in Rio De Janeiro on 10 September 2022 for Rock in Rio Festival! You can also get to watch the 2021 Grammy Award winner H.E.R., and the award winning English indie pop band, London Grammar.

Please don’t forget to visit and check on for dates, place, and for the artist who will be with them.


How cool is the Music Of The Spheres tour?

Check this out, how about you are watching a concert that has powered by a 100% renewable energy? How cool is that? And what makes it even greater? You get to enjoy every music, sing to the song, dance to the beat, feel every moment of your life and yet you didn’t even know that you are helping the environment! How? It is because on every ticket sold, one tree is planted! Good job!
Coldplay is such an awesome band, they’re not just performing for fame and money, but for people and the environment. Can you imagine, back in 2019, they commit themselves to make their future tours and shows to be as much as possible, an environmentally beneficial. You can visit and check on about the sustainability initiatives and their environmental commitments.
According to Coldplay, they believe that playing live and connecting to people is the ultimate reason why they exist as a band. They’ve been planning this tour for years and they’re super excited to play. But, they are also aware that the planet is experiencing a climate crisis. And so for the last two years, they spent consulting on environmental experts to make the tour as sustainable as possible.

Let’s Get To Know A Little Bit More Of London Grammar and H.E.R.

First, let’s talk about London Grammar. Meet Hannah Reid, the lead singer and the songwriter, Dan Rothman the guitarist, and Dominic “Dot” Major who plays keyboard, djembe, and drums. This award-winning English Indie pop band was formed back in 2009 in Nottingham, England. Originally from London, Reid was at the University of Nottingham to study art history and English, and there she met Rothman. It all started after Rothman see Reid plays the guitar. He then sent her a Facebook message inviting her to form a band. After a year, Major joined them.
Albums: Their debut album If You Wait was released in September 2013 and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart. It was also a certified double platinum by the BPI or the British Phonographic Industry. Truth Is a Beautiful Thing is the band’s second studio album released in June 2017 and it peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart. And released on 16 April 2021, their latest album California Soil became their second consecutive number one album!
Awards: In 2013, they won the Best Alternative Video in the UK Music Video Awards. They won the Best Song Musically & Lyrically Category for the song Strong at the Ivor Novello Awards in 2014. They also got the Independent Breakthrough of the Year and Most Played New Independent Act at the AIM Independent Music Awards also in 2014. Receive nominations from various Awards from 2013 to 2018.


And now, let’s get to know H.E.R.! Pronounced as “her”, the acronym stands for “Having Everything Revealed”. Born in California to a Filipino American mother and African American father, the talented Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson started performing at the age of ten as Gabi Wilson. Aside from performing on TV talk shows, she also starred in School Gyrls, a Nickelodeon TV film. She also performed at the 2010 BET Awards, ASCAP Awards where she sung a tribute to Alicia Keys, and singing her song ”My Music”, she competed on Radio Disney’s The Next BIG Thing at the age of 12. At the age of 14, she got a record deal with Sony’s RCA Records via J Records. She released her debut single “Something To Prove” using her real name.

Re-emerged in 2016 as H.E.R., she released her debut EP H.E.R. Volume 1 and was nominated for five Grammy Awards where she won Best R&B Performance, and Best R&B Album in 2017. In 2019, she released her second compilation album, I Used To Know Her, and was also nominated for five Grammy Awards which include Album of the Year and Song of the Year. And just recently, she won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for “I Can’t Breathe”, and the Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Fight For You” and that’s for the film Judas and the Black Messiah (2021). And by the way, her full-length debut album Back of My Mind was released in June 2021.

Here’s a bit of Coldplay

Coldplay, also known as Pectoralz, Starfish, and Los Unidades.
Pectoralz, the band’s first name. During the University College London’s orientation week in September 1996, Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland met, and after spending the rest of the university year planning to form a band, they finally came up with the name Pectoralz. Martin and Buckland’s classmate, Guy Berryman, later joined the group. In 1997, they renamed the band and called Starfish. Phil Harvey, Martin’s long time school friend, became the band’s fifth member and became the band’s manager. And to complete the line-up, Will Champion joined in…
But wait a minute, did you know? Will Champion, Coldplay’s drummer has no previous experience as a drummer, he just quickly learned drums! He grew up playing piano, violin, guitar, bass, and tin whistle, but not drums!
Going back to a bit history of the band… They got the name Coldplay after a local student, Tim Crompton, suggested it. It is the name he had been using for his group. And the rest is History!
Ooopppsss, wait, What about Los Unidades? In 2018, Coldplay, released Global Citizen Ep1, using the name Los Unidades which, they said, looks like to having a part of a bigger projects. It includes the song E-Lo with Pharrell Williams featuring Jozzy. The proceeds from the Ep was donated to help end global poverty. Such a big heart!

Such talented artists to perform together live, can’t wait to see them! And for schedules and tickets, please visit Coldplay’s website: , but just be quick, tickets are selling out fast!

Stay cool. Stay Safe. Keep on Rockin’



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