Coldplay will be joined by special guests for the show at Seattle this week.
Lumen Field will welcome the iconic British band as they bring the Music of the Spheres back to North America for a handful of shows. The first stop will be in the pacific north west - and will also see Chris Martin and Co head to Vancouver, San Diego and Pasadena.
Ticketmaster still has verified resale tickets available for the show at Lumen Field. Prices start at $116 each plus fees - but could set you back as much as $224 each. But before the band takes to the stage for a hit-filled setlist there will be opening acts.
Chris Martin and co will be on stage for around two hours - but prior to that fans will be treated to sets from a pair of opening acts. But who are the supports for the tour?
Who are Coldplay's support acts for North America shows?
The iconic band will be joined by a rotating cast of opening and special guests during the shows in US and Canada in September/ October. It includes:
H.E.R has previously supported Coldplay at shows during the mamoth Music of the Spheres tour - which has been on-going since 2022 and will continue through 2024.
Who is Coldplay's opening acts in Seattle?
The band will be joined by H.E.R and 070 Shake for the show at Lumen Field in Seattle on 20 September.
Will there be a special guests
Coldplay have been joined by surprise special guests at previous shows on the Music of the Spheres tour. It has included the likes of Aitch, who joined the band to perform two songs on stage at the Etihad Stadium. During the band’s 2022 shows at Wembley Stadium they were also joined by special guests throughout the run of gigs.
For the show on Saturday, 3 June, Coldplay were joined by Tim Booth, the lead singer from James, and together they performed a cover of Sit Down. He returned for the concert on Sunday, 4 June - and they again performed a cover of Sit Down.
Coldplay were joined by Kelly Jones, singer of Stereophonics, on stage on Tuesday, 6 June and Wednesday, 7 June, at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium. Together they performed Dakota.
Who else has supported Coldplay during the world tour?
The band has had a range of opening acts throughout the Music of the Spheres tour - which began way back in March 2022. Coldplay will remain on the road until November 2023.
H.E.R has been the most consistent support act joining the band for the Latin America, North America and first European run of shows. The rapper opened for three of Coldplay's huge shows at Wembley Stadium last summer.
Camilla Cabello, London Grammar, Laura Mvula, Nina Nesbitt and Ibibio Sound Machine are just some of the names to have also acted as support for Coldplay on the mammoth world tour.