Coldplay: They are committed to reducing the carbon dioxide emissions of their tour

October 19, 2021

Coldplay has designed an environmentally friendly tour.
Coldplay has announced the schedule of their extensive world tour in 2022 to promote their new album "Music of The Spheres".

The tour of the stadiums is expected to start on March 18 from Costa Rica, at the Estadio Nacional, and then the band will travel to the Dominican Republic and Mexico and then head to the "Levi's Stadium" in Santa Clara, California on April 23 for the start of the US leg of his tour, which runs through June 14 and concludes at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

The majority of the concerts will be attended by H.E.R., while London Grammar will open the Coldplay concert in Berlin on July 10 and at Wembley Stadium in London on August 16.

In an effort to make the tour as green as possible, Coldplay have announced that all concerts will be powered by 100% renewable energy, and have pledged to reduce the tour 's carbon emissions by 50% compared to the world tour. complex in 2016-17 and plant a tree for each ticket sold.

According to a relevant announcement, each space will be equipped with photovoltaics and other renewable energy sources, such as cooking oil waste. Also, each tour station will have a floor that will store kinetic energy and special bicycles that will run with fans and will store energy in the first of its kind portable, rechargeable battery of the show.


Coldplay also encourages fans to use low-carbon transportation to get to and from the concert through the official tour app, rewarding those who do so at a discount, while ensuring that all of the band's products, which will sold during concerts, will come from sustainable and ethical sources.

There will also be free drinking water and efforts will be made to eliminate plastic bottles in each area.

Coldplay said in a statement: "Live performances and connecting with people is ultimately why we exist as a band. We have been planning this tour for years and we are very excited to play songs from all the time we are together ".

"At the same time, we are well aware that the planet is facing a climate crisis. So, we spent the last two years taking advice from environmental experts to make this tour as ecological as possible and, equally important, to use the possibilities of the tour to move forward ", they continued.

"We will not do everything right, but we are committed to doing what we can and sharing what we learn. It's a job in progress and we are really grateful for the help we have had so far. "If you want to come to a concert and sing with us, we will be very happy to see you", they concluded.