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Coldplay set to become first band to net $1bn tour

Coldplay’s globe-trotting Music of the Spheres run could see them become the first band to gross $1 billion from a single tour.

The group topped Pollstar‘s Worldwide Top 100 Artists chart for Q1 2024, earning $100.5 million from 13 concerts, including six nights at Singapore National Stadium. The top 3 also consisted of U2, whose Las Vegas Sphere residency garnered $95.2m, and Madonna’s The Celebration Tour, which grossed $86.2m.

The Music of the Spheres World Tour, which was the fourth highest-grossing trek of 2023, kicked off in Costa Rica in March 2022 and has an average gross of $6.1m, with 43 stadium dates remaining.

At last count it had earned $810.9m, having been attended by 7.66 million fans.

“It’s no surprise to me that Coldplay has become one of the most successful touring acts of all time”

“It’s no surprise to me that Coldplay has become one of the most successful touring acts of all time,” the band’s international agent Josh Javor of WME tells Pollstar. “The band has been setting trends and pushing the boundaries of how fans experience a concert for years. This show has a great value for the ticket price and is one that attendees truly never forget – the amount of pure entertainment that the band packs into one show is unparalleled!”

Should they surpass the billion-dollar mark, Coldplay would follow in the footsteps of Taylor Swift, whose Eras Tour officially become the first tour in history to surpass $1 billion in revenue last December.

This June, Coldplay will become the first act to headline Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage five times. They previously topped the bill in 2002, 2005, 2011 and 2016. The date will mark the band’s only European festival appearance of the year. Revisit IQ’s Music of the Spheres Tour feature here.

According to Pollstar data, the total of the Top 100 Tours in the first quarter of 2024 was up 35% year-over-year to $1.252bn – passing the billion-dollar mark for the first time in a Q1.

 


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Deaf community compensated after Coldplay concert

A group of Deaf and hard-of-hearing Coldplay fans have been offered compensation after certain services were either delayed or not provided at the band’s recent Australian concert.

Coldplay performed two sold-out nights at Perth Optus Stadium as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour‘s November 2023 Asian leg – their first gigs in Western Australia since 2009.

ABC reports that some fans paid A$220 each for Auslan-accessible tickets for night one, with the understanding they would include Auslan interpreters visible for the entire concert, including support acts, as well as a seat in a special section.

In addition, the tickets were meant to include use of haptic vests, known as SUBPACs, which translate sound onto skin via vibrations and are mentioned on Coldplay’s inclusivity webpage. However, SUBPACs were reportedly not provided, the interpreters did not start until midway through the final opening act, and there was insufficient light to see them when they did.

“Regrettably, it sounds like there were some Deaf fans who had an imperfect experience in Perth”

Promoter Live Nation immediately apologised to those affected and offered tickets to the next night’s show, with those unable to attend offered a refund or a ticket to one of Coldplay’s 2024 shows in Melbourne or Sydney, plus the cost of travel and accommodation.

“Coldplay are trying their best to lead the live music industry on accessibility support, with the artist team, venues, and promoters all contributing,” says a Live Nation spokesperson. “Regrettably, it sounds like there were some Deaf fans who had an imperfect experience in Perth. Specifically, the four Auslan interpreters were not in position for the support acts, nor were there sufficient numbers of SUBPACs to enhance the experience of all Deaf fans in attendance.

“We are in communication with fans who missed out on this support in Perth and have offered them tickets, travel, and accommodation to another Coldplay show in 2024.”

Coldplay recently confirmed a run of Australia and New Zealand dates for next October-November, which will see the group perform in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland for the first time since 2016.

 


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Coldplay world tour powers to ticket sales record

Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres World Tour is set to become the most well-attended concert tour of all time.

The band have now sold more than nine million tickets for the ongoing run, which began in Costa Rica in March 2022, according to Live Nation.

The current verified attendance record-holder is Ed Sheeran, whose 2017-19 ÷ (Divide) Tour attracted 8,908,150 fans. Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, which pulled in 6.1m attendees, surpassed ÷ as the highest-grossing tour earlier this year.

Coldplay’s latest milestone coincides with them confirming an additional run of Australia and New Zealand dates for October-November 2024, which will see the quartet perform in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland for the first time since 2016. Stopping at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium (30-31 October 2024), Sydney’s Accor Stadium (6-7 November) and Eden Park in Auckland (13 November), support will come from PinkPantheress and Emmanuel Kelly.

“This is a huge coup for Auckland and New Zealand,” says Eden Park CEO Nick Sautner. “Coldplay’s global status, the band’s commitment to sustainability, and their ability to deliver unforgettable performances make them the perfect fit to perform at New Zealand’s national stadium.”

The announcement comes on the heels of Coldplay performing two sold-out nights at Perth Optus Stadium as part of their November 2023 Asian tour leg – their first gigs in Western Australia since 2009. A limited number of Infinity Tickets, released for every Coldplay show to make the tour accessible to fans for an affordable price, will be made available at a later date, priced A$32/NZ$32 per ticket, restricted to two tickets per purchaser.

The band’s debut concert in Jakarta, Indonesia on 15 November was reportedly rocked by a ticket scam

“Coldplay’s two shows in Perth attracted over 40,000 interstate visitors and close to 10,000 international fans,” notes Sautner. “This underpins the immense appeal of Coldplay’s live performances and demonstrates the impact major events have on our hospitality and tourism sectors, employing thousands of casual and full-time staff.”

Earlier this year, the group issued an update on the tour’s sustainability initiatives, revealing that, on a show-by-show comparison, Music of the Spheres has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions than their previous A Head Full of Dreams stadium tour in 2016/17. More than seven million trees have already been planted around the world, with one being planted for each concert-goer.

“Coldplay’s commitment to reducing the impact global music tours have on our environment aligns with Eden Park’s focus on sustainability,” adds Sautner. “The collaboration will showcase how two globally renowned brands can come together to create an unforgettable, environmentally-conscious event.”

Meanwhile, The Jakarta Post reports Coldplay’s debut concert in the Indonesian capital on 15 November was rocked by a ticket scam.

Central Jakarta Police are investigating hundreds of reports from people who claimed they bought tickets from third parties online for last week’s performance at Bung Karno Sports Stadium, but were denied entry after the tickets either turned out to be fake, or never arrived. Police say 400 people lodged complaints, claiming a total of Rp1.3 billion (€76,373) in losses.

The concert was also reportedly hit by protests and clashes with police outside the stadium ahead of the show over the group’s support for the LGBTQ community. Several Islamic groups had called for the gig to be cancelled.

 


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Coldplay launch contest to find Aussie support act

Coldplay have launched a competition to find a homegrown support act for their sold-out shows in Perth, Australia later this year.

The band will play two nights at Perth’s Optus Stadium – their first gigs in Western Australia since 2009 – on 18-19 November.

Western Australia residents are invited to apply for the “once in a lifetime opportunity” to open for the group at the concerts by completing a form and include YouTube links to one original studio recording and one original live performance by 4 September.

According to Live Nation Australia, all entries will be assessed by Coldplay’s team and a panel of music industry professionals before the winner is announced on 2 October.

In addition, the Western Australian (WA) Government will provide grant funding of up to A$15,000 (€8,900) through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries’ Contemporary Music Fund to support the victor.

The Australian-exclusive concerts are being promoted alongside hotel packages designed to encourage visitors to stay longer and explore further

Further support for the Perth dates will come from special guests Amy Shark and Thelma Plum.

Presented by the WA Government, through Tourism WA, and Live Nation, the Australian-exclusive concerts are being promoted alongside hotel packages designed to encourage visitors to extend their stays.

“This partnership with the Western Australian Government is set to make history, by bringing one of the world’s most iconic and successful bands, exclusively to Perth in 2023,” said Luke Hede, Live Nation’s VP of touring earlier this year. “It’s hard to think of a better city for Australians to see Coldplay’s spectacular Music of the Spheres show, while making a weekend of it in our country’s sunniest capital city.”

More than 7.5 million tickets have been sold for the Music of the Spheres World Tour, with Coldplay recently confirming the run will extend to a third summer.

Earlier this month it was announced that UK-based agent Josh Javor, who spent 18 years at X-ray Touring, working closely with the late co-founder Steve Strange on acts including Coldplay, is joining WME as partner and co-head of the London music department.

 


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Coldplay extend tour as ticket sales hit 7.5m

Coldplay have confirmed their Music of the Spheres World Tour will extend to a third summer, with more than 7.5 million tickets already sold.

The dates for 2024 include the band’s first ever shows in Greece, Romania and Finland, as well as their first show in Rome since 2003 and first visit to Budapest since 2008.

The group will play Athens’ Olympic Stadium, Greece (8 June 2024), Arena Națională in Bucharest, Romania (12 June), Budapest’s Puskás Aréna, Hungary (16 June), Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France (22-23 June), Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy (12-13 July), Merkur Spiel-Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany (20-21 July) and Olympiastadion in Helsinki, Finland (28 July).

The tour will then stop at Munich’s Olympiastadion in Germany (15&17 August), Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria (21-22 August) and Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland (29-30 August). A presale begins on Tuesday (25 July), followed by the general sale on Friday 28 July.

The tour was a new entry at No.6 in Billboard‘s updated list of the all-time top 10 highest-grossing concert tours

Coldplay will make a limited number of Infinity Tickets available for the shows at a later date. Costing the equivalent of €20 per ticket, they are restricted to a maximum of two tickets per purchaser and must be bought in pairs.

The stadium tour, which began in Costa Rica in March 2022, has already comfortably outsold Coldplay’s previous A Head Full of Dreams tour of 2016/17, which was attended by 5.38m people. The trek was a new entry at No.6 in Billboard‘s updated list of the all-time top 10 highest-grossing concert tours, having garnered $561.2m at last count.

Last month, a report by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology revealed the tour has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions (on a show-by-show comparison) than A Head Full of Dreams, and that five million trees have already been planted around the world (one for each concert-goer so far). The band are represented by Marty Diamond and Larry Webman of Wasserman Music in North America, and Josh Javor of X-ray Touring for the rest of the world.

Subscribers can revisit our in-depth look at the Music of the Spheres trek, first published in Issue 113 of IQ Magazinehere.

 


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Coldplay smash Singapore records

The records keep tumbling on Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres Tour as the band added an unprecedented sixth night at Singapore’s national stadium.

The group were already set to become the first act to play four nights at the venue. The Straits Times reports more than 200,000 tickets were sold during today’s presale for the group’s original dates for 23-24 and 26-27 January 2024. The additional shows, which are already sold out, will take place from 30-31 January.

More than one million virtual queue numbers were reportedly issued for the presale, with tickets for all four nights selling out in five hours. Tickets were priced from $68 (€46) to $298 (€203).

“The band also broke Singapore’s record for most tickets sold by an artist in a single day”

“The band also broke Singapore’s record for most tickets sold by an artist in a single day,” notes promoter Live Nation.

Coldplay’s second run of Music of the Spheres Asia shows for early 2024 also include stops at Philippine Arena in the Philippines (19-20 January) and Bangkok’s Rajamangala National Stadium in Thailand (3 February).

It was revealed last week that the world tour has now surpassed seven million ticket sales.

Coldplay have also set national records in Argentina, completing an unprecedented 10-night sellout run at the 65,000-cap Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires in 2022, and recently became the first band to sell out four nights at a Spanish stadium on a single tour, drawing a total of 225,000 people to the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in Barcelona last month.

 


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Coldplay tour passes seven million ticket sales

Coldplay’s all-conquering Music of the Spheres Tour has raced past yet another milestone after racking up more than seven million ticket sales.

The stadium tour, which began in Costa Rica in March 2022, is now the biggest-selling of the last two years, with a freshly-added second run of Asia shows for January and February 2024 still to come.

It has already comfortably outsold Coldplay’s previous A Head Full of Dreams tour of 2016/17, which was attended by 5.38m people.

The new dates commence at Philippine Arena on 19 January and include an unprecedented run of shows at Singapore’s National Stadium, which will see the band become the first act to play four nights at the venue (23-24 & 26-27 January). They will then perform in Thailand at Bangkok’s Rajamangala National Stadium on 3 February.

Fans can register for access to the ticket presale on 19 June, with a general sale to begin on Tuesday 20 June.

Coldplay will also make a limited number of Infinity Tickets – costing the equivalent of US $20 each – available for the shows at a later date

X-ray Touring-represented Coldplay will also make a limited number of Infinity Tickets – costing the equivalent of US $20 each – available for the shows at a later date. Infinity Tickets are released for every Coldplay show to make the tour accessible to fans for an affordable price. They are restricted to a maximum of two tickets per purchaser, and must be bought in pairs.

Last month, the group announced they are returning to Asia and Australia this November for a special run of stadium shows, including their first Tokyo shows since 2017, their first ever dates in Kaohsiung, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur and a one-off performance at Perth’s Optus Stadium.

In 2022, Coldplay made history in Argentina by completing an unprecedented 10-night sellout run at the 65,000-cap Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires, and recently became the first band to sell out four nights at a Spanish stadium on a single tour, drawing a total of 225,000 people to the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in Barcelona in May.

Earlier this month, the quartet revealed they have cut their carbon emissions by almost half on Music Of The Spheres, compared with their last stadium tour.

Revisit our in-depth look at the Music of the Spheres trek, first published in Issue 113 of IQ Magazinehere.

 


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Coldplay reduce tour carbon emissions by 47%

Coldplay say they have cut their carbon emissions by almost half on their record-breaking Music of the Spheres Tour, compared with their last stadium tour.

Having previously put touring plans on hold to investigate how to make their concerts more sustainable, the band’s tour announcement back in late 2021 came hand-in-hand with a 12-point plan for cutting their carbon footprint.

They went on to launch a free app for fans as part of their pledge to make the tour as eco-friendly as possible.

Kicking off in March 2022, the Music of the Spheres World Tour had sold more than six million tickets across Europe, North America, and Latin America. The band play two shows at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this week from 6-7 June after wrapping up a four-night stint at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

The tour has been heralded for its groundbreaking sustainability initiatives, which include a show powered by 100% renewable energy in almost all locations; the world’s first tourable battery system (made from 40 BMW electric car batteries); power bikes and kinetic dancefloors allowing fans to help power the show.

It has also included solar panels and wind turbines at every venue; a pledge to cut tour emissions by 50%; incentives to encourage fans to travel by green transport; and one tree planted for every ticket sold.

The emissions data from the first 12 months of the tour has now been collated, assessed and independently validated by Prof. John E. Fernandez of the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, prompting to group to share an update on their green goals.

“On a show-by-show comparison, the Music Of The Spheres Tour has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions than our last stadium tour”

“When we first announced the Music Of The Spheres Tour, we hoped to make it as environmentally beneficial as possible and reduce our direct carbon emissions (from show production, freight, band and crew travel) by 50%,” says a statement from the band.

“On a show-by-show comparison, the Music Of The Spheres Tour has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions than our last stadium tour (2016-17). This is a good start – and something that our incredible crew should be very proud of – but clearly there’s still room for improvement.

“Now that we’re into the second year of the tour, we’ve started to run the entire show (audio, lights, lasers etc) from an electric battery system that allows us to use 100% renewable energy as efficiently as possible. We have been using electric vehicles and alternative fuels wherever we can, as well as reducing waste and plastic usage to a minimum.”

The band go on to thank “all the brilliant people and creative minds who’ve helped us so far”, as well as their fans for supporting their efforts.

“You have helped charge the show batteries on the power bikes and kinetic dance floors; travelled to shows by foot, bicycle or public transport; used the recycling bins; ride-shared; brought refillable water bottles; returned the LED wristbands after the show,” adds the statement. “And just by coming you have had a tree planted, and helped a range of environmental organisations like The Ocean Cleanup and ClientEarth (a team of lawyers who defend the environment).

“Thankyou all and hopefully this time next year we will have made big improvements. If anyone has any ideas please feel free to send them via this link.”

Subscribers can revisit our in-depth look at the Music of the Spheres trek, first published in Issue 113 of IQ Magazinehere.

 


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Coldplay set Spanish stadium record

Coldplay continue to break records around the world after becoming the first band to sell out four nights at a Spanish stadium on a single tour.

The British group drew a total of 225,000 people to the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in Barcelona from 24-25 and 27-28 May, presented by Live Nation Spain, as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour, reports APMusicales.

They also played two sellout shows at the venue, which has a capacity of around 56,000, during their previous A Head Full of Dreams tour in May 2016.

Kicking off in March 2022, the Music of the Spheres World Tour had sold more than six million tickets across Europe, North America, and Latin America at the last count.

Last year, Coldplay made history in Argentina by completing an unprecedented 10-night sellout run at the 65,000-cap Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires

Last year, Coldplay made history in Argentina by completing an unprecedented 10-night sellout run at the 65,000-cap Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires. The national record previously belonged to Roger Waters, who played nine shows at the venue in March 2012 during his The Wall Live tour.

Earlier this month, the band, whose international agent is X-ray Touring’s Josh Javor, announced they are returning to Asia and Australia this November for a special run of stadium shows, including their first Tokyo shows since 2017, their first ever dates in Kaohsiung, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur and a one-off performance at Perth’s Optus Stadium – their first in Western Australia since 2009.

Frontman Chris Martin recently responded to calls for the band to cancel their Malaysian date. Leader of the Malaysian Islamic Party (also known as PAS), Nasrudin Hassan, called for the 22 November show in Kuala Lumpur’s National Stadium Bukit Jalil to be called off.

Subscribers can revisit our in-depth look at the Music of the Spheres trek, first published in Issue 113 of IQ Magazinehere.

 


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Coldplay announce Asia & Australia tour dates

Coldplay are returning to Asia and Australia this November for a special run of stadium shows as part of their Music Of The Spheres World Tour.

The dates include the band’s first Tokyo shows since 2017, their first ever dates in Kaohsiung, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur and a special one-off performance at Perth’s Optus Stadium – their first in Western Australia since 2009.

Support for Perth will come from special guests Amy Shark and Thelma Plum, with additional support for all shows to be announced at a later date.

Presented by the Western Australian Government, through Tourism WA, and Live Nation, the Australian-exclusive Perth concert will take place on Saturday 18 November and will be promoted alongside hotel packages designed to encourage visitors to stay longer and explore further.

The Music of The Spheres World Tour has sold over six million tickets across Europe, North America, and Latin America since kicking off in March 2022

“This partnership with the Western Australian Government is set to make history, by bringing one of the world’s most iconic and successful bands, exclusively to Perth in 2023,” says Luke Hede, Live Nation’s VP of touring. “It’s hard to think of a better city for Australians to see Coldplay’s spectacular Music of the Spheres show, while making a weekend of it in our country’s sunniest capital city.”

The presale runs from 10am local time on Monday 15 May to 9am on Tuesday 16 May, with general public tickets go on sale at 10am on Tuesday 16 May.

The Music of The Spheres World Tour has sold over six million tickets across Europe, North America, and Latin America since kicking off in March 2022. Subscribers can revisit our in-depth look at the tour, first published in Issue 113 of IQ Magazinehere.

The full list of upcoming tour dates is as follows:

MAY

17: Coimbra, PT – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Support: GRIFF, Bárbara Bandiera)

18: Coimbra, PT – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Support: GRIFF, Bárbara Bandiera)

20: Coimbra, PT – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Support: GRIFF, Bárbara Bandiera)

21: Coimbra, PT – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Support: GRIFF, Bárbara Bandiera)

24: Barcelona, ES – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Support: CHVRCHES, Hinds)

25: Barcelona, ES – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Support: CHVRCHES, Hinds)

27: Barcelona, ES – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Support: CHVRCHES, Ona Mafalda)

28: Barcelona, ES – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Support: CHVRCHES, Ona Mafalda)

31: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Porij)

JUNE

1: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Porij)

3: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Porij)

4: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Porij)

6: Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Hana Lili)

7: Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium (Support: CHVRCHES, Hana Lili)

21: Naples, IT – Stadio Diego Armando Maradona (Support: CHVRCHES, Laila Al Habash)

22: Naples, IT – Stadio Diego Armando Maradona (Support: CHVRCHES, Laila Al Habash)

25: Milan, IT – Stadio San Siro (Support: CHVRCHES, Mara Sattei)

26: Milan, IT – Stadio San Siro (Support: CHVRCHES, Mara Sattei)

28: Milan, IT – Stadio San Siro (Support: CHVRCHES, Mara Sattei)

29: Milan, IT – Stadio San Siro (Support: CHVRCHES, Mara Sattei)

JULY

1: Zurich, CH – Stadion Letzigrund (Support: GRIFF, Caroline Alves)

2: Zurich, CH – Stadion Letzigrund (Support: GRIFF, Caroline Alves)

5: Copenhagen, DK – Parken (Support: GRIFF, Jada)

6: Copenhagen, DK – Parken (Support: GRIFF, Jada)

8: Gothenburg, SE – Ullevi (Support: GRIFF, LUCIIA)

9: Gothenburg, SE – Ullevi (Support: GRIFF, LUCIIA)

11: Gothenburg, SE – Ullevi (Support: GRIFF, LUCIIA)

12: Gothenburg, SE – Ullevi (Support: GRIFF, LUCIIA)

15: Amsterdam, NL – Johan Cruijff ArenA (Support: GRIFF, Zoë Tauran)

16: Amsterdam, NL – Johan Cruijff ArenA (Support: GRIFF, Zoë Tauran)

18: Amsterdam, NL – Johan Cruijff ArenA (Support: GRIFF, Zoë Tauran)

19: Amsterdam, NL – Johan Cruijff ArenA (Support: GRIFF, Zoë Tauran)

SEPTEMBER

20: Seattle, WA – Lumen Field (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

22: Vancouver, BC – BC Place (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

23: Vancouver, BC – BC Place (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

27: San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

28: San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

30: Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

OCTOBER

1: Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl (Support: H.E.R. + 070 Shake)

NOVEMBER

6: Tokyo – Tokyo Dome (Support: TBA)

7: Tokyo – Tokyo Dome (Support: TBA)

11: Kaohsiung – Kaohsiung National Stadium (Support: TBA)

15: Jakarta – Gelora Bung Karno Stadium (Support: TBA)

18: Perth – Optus Stadium (Support: Amy Shark, Thelma Plum)

22: Kuala Lumpur – National Stadium Bukit Jalil (Support: TBA)

 


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