Coldplay Add North American Tour Dates
Coldplay have added a few more shows to their upcoming North American stadium tour. Due to demand, the band has added second shows in Edmonton and Toronto, as well as a third California show, this time at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles.
Coldplay’s North American tour kicks off August 1st at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, and wraps October 8th in San Diego, California.
Tickets for the Los Angeles show go on sale March 24th at 10 am local time, while the Edmonton and Toronto shows go on sale March 31st at 10 am local time.
New Coldplay dates include:
August 22nd: Toronto, ON – Rogers CentreSeptember 27th: Edmonton, AB – Rogers PlaceOctober 6th: Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl
Florida Georgia Line Talk Working With The Chainsmokers
Florida Georgia Line is set to appear on The Chainsmokers' full-length debut “Memories…Do Not Open,” and now FGL is talking about how they got involved in the project.
"They gave us a call and it kind of had to be done within 48 hours," FGL's Brian Kelley tells “Rolling Stone Country” about their work on the track, “Last Day Alive.” "So we spent all day and all night on this track and just put everything in it like we always do."
Kelley adds that the song has some “good energy,” and that he and Tyler Hubbard hope to get to perform with the EDM duo at some point.
The Chainsmokers' "Memories Do Not Open," drops April 7th.
Ed Sheeran Confirms Glastonbury Headlining Spot
After months of speculation and rumors, Ed Sheeran has finally been confirmed as the third headliner for this summer’s Glastonbury Festival in England. Ed shared the news with a video on Instagram, telling fans he’ll headline Sunday night, which he says is “awesome.”
Ed joins previously announced headliners Radiohead and Foo Fighters on the iconic fest, which takes place June 21st to 25th at Worthy Farm in Somerset. This will be Ed’s third stint at Glastonbury, but his first as headliner. He made his debut in 2011 and returned again in 2014.