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Following months of speculation and hearsay, Coldplay have finally confirmed those new album rumours to be true. Phew.

Along with fans, we in squealed with glee as the British rockers announced their first album in fours years via Twitter.

They did this through sharing a photo of a typewritten letter which read: 'For the last 100 years or thereabouts we have been working on a thing called Everyday Life.

In the classifieds you might write 'double album for sale, one very careful owner. One half is called 'sunrise', the other 'sunset', it comes out 22 November. '

Coldplay also uploaded a short 15 second clip of string music to their Youtube channel. The vintage-style image, dated November 22nd 1919, is used in the clip sees the band with German philosopher, poet, and composer Friedrich Nietzsche.

This news has got us extremely excited at the prospect of a 2020 Coldplay tour. So, we've drawn up our predictions for UK stadiums they could grace their presence with next year.

Plus, we discuss how to secure your seat at future Coldplay shows with VIP tickets and hospitality packages.

When could Coldplay tour?

According to NME , a secret source told The Daily Star, 'the band are set to follow a similar pattern to the release of ‘Ghost Stories’ before ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ and drop a more “arty” album shortly before a more “mainstream” album next year'

The source also revaled that Coldplay '"probably won’t tour until 2020 when the next [album] arrives”'(via NME).

What stadiums could Coldplay visit on their next UK tour?

When Coldplay took their 'A Head Full of Dreams' tour on the road 2016/17, they graced stages of stadiums across the UK & Ireland including London, Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin and Cardiff.

If they're to make a live return in 2020, we predict more sell-out shows at any one of the following UK venues:

London and South West

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium:

Since its opening, artists are yet to perform at Spurs' new stadium. Could this be a sign they're waiting for someone huge? Could it be Coldplay?

Olympic Park, London Stadium:

Although Coldplay never visited the Olympic Park during their last tour, they performed with Rihanna at the 2012 London Olympics.

Maybe they could head back to play a show of their own there

Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol:

While Bristol was missed off their last tour, there's every chance Coldplay could extend their UK leg with more southern dates.


Ricoh Stadium, Coventry:

Coventry's Ricoh Stadium is a 32,609-seater venue, doubling to 40,000 for music events. The stadium has played host to some of the world's biggest artists including Oasis, Muse, Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna and Coldplay themselves.

Could they hit up the Midlands yet again?

North and North East

Stadium of Light, Sunderland:

From Beyoncé to the Spice Girls, the Stadium of Light has brought many world-famous acts to Sunderland City - and Coldplay are no strangers to the stage either.

We reckon the next global megastars are likely to add Sunderland to their dates for 2020.

St. James' Park Stadium, Newcastle:

While Colplay have performed at some of the biggest stadiums in the UK they are yet to visit St. James' Park.

Could they add to their name the stadium's list of famous performers?

North West

Etihad Stadium, Manchester:

Coldplay played the Etihad Stadium back in 2016. If they're to announce a 2020 tour, we reckon Manchester's Etihad could definitely be on the cards.


Principality Stadium, Cardiff:

Coldplay sold-out the Principality Stadium during their last tour, so we have no doubt they will look to return.


Hampden Park Stadium

In June 2016 the band performed at the iconic stadium in Scotland. Could they head back?

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