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Coldplay Bio

Few bands on the planet are as popular and influential as Coldplay, the British foursome that has been dominating pop charts and playing sold-out shows since the early 2000s. Coldplay has played released multiple platinum albums, played multiple Super Bowl Halftime Shows, and consistently evolved over their 20-year career. Now, entering their third decade as a band, they seem as innovative as ever. Their most recent album represents yet another twist on their recognizable sound, and their live concerts are still must-see events. No wonder fans continue to line up for Coldplay tickets and albums.

Coldplay broke out in 2000, but their future goes back further than that. The nucleus of the band met in the mid-1990s, when Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland first ran into each other at their university orientation. Both were attending University College London, and both were obsessed with music. The two put together a band called Pectoralz. Soon they’d added fellow future Coldplay member Guy Berryman, who was also attending UCL at the time. An old friend of Martin’s, Phil Harvey, was brought in to manage the fledgeling group. Will Champion, the drummer, was the last to arrive.

The band released their first EP, the Safety EP, in 1998. They made just 500 copies of that original record, 450 of which were given away to friends and record executives in the hopes of getting the band noticed. Only 50 found their way to the general public, but the promotional copies had done their job: Coldplay signed to Fierce Panda, an independent label, that year. In 1999, they released the Brothers and Sisters EP on Fierce Panda.

Things changed for Coldplay in 1999. Its members took their final exams at UCL. In a sense, the band itself graduated, too – they signed to Parlophone, a major label, the same year. Their third EP, The Blue Room, received a broader release than their earlier efforts: 5,000 copies were made, and the single from the EP got radio airplay.

Around this time, many fans in different parts of the UK got their first chance to buy Coldplay tickets. Because of the touring, the band had to break up recordings of their first album, Parachutes, throughout the year. But when they were finally finished, they had a hit. Their first single was a hit, and another one, “Yellow,” became their breakout song. Parachutes itself debuted at number one in the UK. The band had arrived in Europe, and they were beginning to make inroads in North America.

Coldplay returned to the studio to record their second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head. The album was a hit, thanks in part to its popular singles. “Clocks” and “The Scientist” were both wildly popular in the United States and United Kingdom alike.

Coldplay’s popularity was on the rise in 2002 and 2003. They toured around the world, and fans in places like Australia and the United States got their first chance to buy Coldplay tickets. The band took the stage at awards shows like the MTV Music Awards – and took home some awards at the end of the night, too. Rolling Stone named the band as their best artist and best band of the year in 2003. They won a Grammy in 2004 for “Clocks.”

The band faced new pressures with their next album, which was recorded at the height of their newfound popularity. 2005’s X&Y showed a new side of Coldplay, one that critics received with mixed enthusiasm. X&Y sounded condescending to some, with many critics drawing connections to U2. Other critics were wildly positive.

The fan reaction to X&Y was far less confused than the critical one: they loved it. It was the first of many innovations for Coldplay, who would reinvent their sound and continue to grow as a group throughout their career.

If X&Y represented an innovation in the band’s style, 2008’s Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends represented a more complete departure from that style. The record was recorded over a fairly long period of time, with some recording being done abroad, during breaks in the band’s South American tour. The band encouraged fans to think of the new album as a departure – they drew connections between their first three records, and said that Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends was a deliberate change in the style that had defined that debut “trilogy.”

The new sound was a hit: Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friendstopped album charts around the world, and fans and critics alike welcomed the new version of Coldplay. The band celebrated with a free concert: fans didn’t need to buy Coldplay tickets to see the group kick off their 2008 tour.

Coldplay continued to tweak their style with 2011’s Mylo Xyloto, which met with the familiar commercial success and also continued the band’s run of critical acclaim. Mylo Xyloto explored a more electronic-influenced sound than the band had ever tried before, and the tone of the album was uplifting and celebratory. It was a fitting record for the band to make: they’d survived long enough to prove that they were no fad, and they were celebrating the creative freedom to make the kind of music that they wanted to.

After releasing a live record, the band headed back to the studio to make Ghost Stories, their 2014 album. Ghost Stories is a theme album, one that frontman Chris Martin says grapples with the legacy of past decisions and love. The album debuted at number one – old hat for the group by that point – and received generally positive reviews. True to the band’s legacy, the record represented a further innovation in style. In many ways, Ghost Stories is a breakup album, influenced by Chris Martin’s divorce from movie star Gwyneth Paltrow, who he had married in 2003.

With the new album, Coldplay proved once again why they are one of the world’s most important and popular bands. With their continued innovation and powerful music, Coldplay is poised to remain in the spotlight for many years to come.

Top 3 Coldplay Tracks:

The Scientist
Fix You
Don't Panic

Coldplay Albums

  • Don't Panic
  • Shiver
  • Spies
  • Sparks
  • Yellow
  • Trouble
  • Parachutes
  • High Speed
  • We Never Change
  • Everything's Not Lost (5:39 / includes hidden song Life Is for Living 1:37)
  • 41:44
A Rush of Blood to the Head
  • Politik
  • In My Place
  • God Put a Smile upon Your Face
  • The Scientist
  • Clocks
  • Daylight
  • Green Eyes
  • Warning Sign
  • A Whisper
  • A Rush of Blood to the Head
  • Amsterdam
  • 54:08
  • Square One
  • What If
  • White Shadows
  • Fix You
  • Talk (Berryman, Buckland, Champion, Martin, Hütter, Bartos, Schult)
  • X&Y
  • Speed of Sound
  • A Message
  • Low
  • The Hardest Part
  • Swallowed in the Sea
  • Twisted Logic
  • Til Kingdom Come (hidden track)
  • 62:30
Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
  • Life in Technicolor (Berryman/Buckland/Champion/Martin/Hopkins)
  • Cemeteries of London
  • Lost!
  • 42
  • Lovers in Japan / Reign of Love (3:57/2:56)
  • Yes (4:04 / includes hidden song Chinese Sleep Chant 3:01)
  • Viva la Vida
  • Violet Hill
  • Strawberry Swing
  • Death and All His Friends (3:30 / includes hidden song The Escapist (Berryman/Buckland/Champion/Martin/Hopkins) 2:46)
  • 45:49
Mylo Xyloto
  • Mylo Xyloto
  • Hurts Like Heaven
  • Paradise
  • Charlie Brown
  • Us Against the World
  • M.M.I.X.
  • Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall
  • Major Minus
  • U.F.O.
  • Princess of China (with Rihanna)
  • Up in Flames
  • A Hopeful Transmission
  • Don't Let It Break Your Heart
  • Up with the Birds
Ghost Stories
  • Always in My Head
  • Magic
  • Ink
  • True Love
  • Midnight
  • Another's Arms
  • Oceans
  • A Sky Full of Stars

Coldplay Members

  • Chris Martin
  • Jonny Buckland
  • Guy Berryman
  • Will Champion

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Low: $21.00

High: $710.00

Cheap Coldplay Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$15.00 Coldplay — 07/21/2016
Scottrade Center; St Louis, MO
$18.00 Coldplay — 07/20/2016
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$21.00 Coldplay — 08/14/2017
CenturyLink Center Omaha; Omaha, NE
$22.00 Coldplay — 07/30/2016
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
$27.00 Coldplay — 08/25/2016
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
$29.00 Coldplay — 07/27/2016
KFC Yum! Center (University of Louisville); Louisville, KY
$30.00 Coldplay — 10/04/2017
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$35.00 Coldplay — 07/28/2016
Nationwide Arena; Columbus, OH
$36.00 Coldplay — 07/23/2016
Soldier Field; Chicago, IL
$37.00 Coldplay — 10/02/2017
Moda Center; Portland, OR

Best and Most Expensive Coldplay Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$710.00Coldplay — 11/11/2017
Estadio Beira-Rio; Porto Alegre, BR
$636.00Coldplay — 06/18/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$633.00Coldplay — 06/16/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$586.00Coldplay — 07/08/2017
Croke Park; Straffan, ID
$545.00Coldplay — 04/17/2016
Foro Sol; Mexico City, Mexico
$541.00Coldplay — 06/04/2016
City of Manchester Stadium; Manchester, UK
$533.00Coldplay — 06/19/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$515.00Coldplay — 06/15/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$468.00Coldplay — 07/11/2017
Millenium Stadium; Cardiff, UK
$468.00Coldplay — 07/12/2017
Millenium Stadium; Cardiff, UK