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Coldplay Extends 'A Head Full Of Dreams' Tour into October 2017; Get Tickets While They Last

by Kristin Whyte   Nov 11, 2016 16:40 PM EST

Coldplay perform at the Rose Bowl on August 20, 2016 in Pasadena, California (Photo : Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Coldplay has extended the dates for their A Head Full of Dreams Tour, which ran for the majority of 2016. The recently announced seventh leg will begin in August 2017 and is set to hit 18 stops including Boston, Houston, and East Rutherford before it comes to a close in October.

Since launching their tour in early 2016, Coldplay has toured throughout Europe, North America, Asia and Latin America. The band will head overseas this winter and spring before looping back to the states in late summer.

Tickets to see Coldplay remain pricey on the resale market, with resale tickets averaging $297 for all scheduled dates in 2017. Coldplay will kick off their route on August 1 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, where tickets are averaging $404, with the cheapest ticket available for $80. They will continue on to the Sprint Center in Kansas City on August 15, where averages are coming in significantly lower at $258.

Seattle remains one of the band's cheapest show of the lot, as tickets for their September 23 at CenturyLink Field are averaging just $161, with the cheapest ticket priced at $42, according to TicketIQ. Coldplay will start to wrap up their trek in Santa Clara on October 4 at Levi's Stadium, where tickets can be found for as low as $4. The band's last stop on October 8 at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego has tickets that are averaging $346.

The band has been supporting their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, which they dropped in December of 2015. Coldplay was one of the headlining acts at the 2016 Super Bowl halftime show, where they shared the stage with Bruno Mars and Beyonce. Most recently, lead singer Chris Martin performed alongside Eddie Vedder at the Global Citizen Festival.  Coldplay also performed a major headlining performance at Philadelphia's Made in America Festival.

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