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A Head Full of Dreams Tour

A Head Full of Dreams Tour
Tour by Coldplay
Official Poster of A Head Full Of Dreams Tour.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumA Head Full of Dreams
Start date31 March 2016 (2016-03-31)
End date15 November 2017 (2017-11-15)
No. of shows122
Attendance5.39 million
Box office$523 million
Coldplay concert chronology

A Head Full of Dreams Tour[1] was the seventh concert tour undertaken by British alternative rock band Coldplay, launched in support of their namesake seventh studio album A Head Full of Dreams. Marking the band's return to large-scale venues, after the brief and intimate Ghost Stories Tour, the tour visited stadiums and arenas across five continents. A Head Full of Dreams Tour boasted extensive laser light and pyrotechnic visuals similar to the Mylo Xyloto Tour, and also saw a reappearance of the Xylobands as a central part of the show's visual design.

The tour consisted of eight legs, with a total of 122 shows across: Latin America, where they performed for the first time since the Viva la Vida Tour, Europe, North America, where they embarked on their very first stadium tour of the United States, Oceania, and Asia. The first show of the tour was held at the Estadio Ciudad de La Plata in La Plata, Argentina, on 31 March 2016 and concluded at the same venue on 15 November 2017. Grossing $523,033,675, the tour is currently the fifth highest-grossing concert tour in history.[2] A live album, Live in Buenos Aires, covering the tour, which was recorded during the last show in La Plata,[3] as well as a concert film, Live in São Paulo, filmed around the world was released in November 2018.[4]


In November 2015, Coldplay announced the Latin American and European legs of the "A Head Full of Dreams Tour" through their official website, with 28 stadium shows confirmed across 14 countries in Europe and Latin America the next year.[5] On 7 December 2015, a fourth and final date at Wembley Stadium, on Wed, 15 June 2016 was announced by the band.[6] The following day, while being interviewed on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the band announced that the tour would also visit Asia and North America.[7]

On 7 April 2016, Coldplay announced 12 new arena dates in the United States.[8] On 29 May 2016, the band will play a homecoming gig in Exeter in England as part of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.[9][10] They have also been announced as the first headliners at Glastonbury 2016, performing on Sunday 26 June. This will be the fourth time they've headlined the festival and sets a record for the most number of times a headliner has played.[11] It was also announced that this would be their only festival performance in 2016. However, two more festivals are now on their tour agenda. While nothing has been announced nor confirmed as of yet, Coldplay has expressed an interest to visit less-visited countries during concert tours, such as India, Bangladesh, Nepal and a large amount of Asia, as well as Africa. No dates have been set currently.[12] Further tour dates will be announced after the release of dates of Leg 2 in Europe. On 6 October 2016, it has been confirmed on Twitter that they will visit the United States again and Canada in the Summer of 2017. On 15 November 2016, the band posted a teaser on Facebook announcing an Asian leg in 2017 that would visit Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan.[13] A week later, Thailand was included in the leg.[14] On 16 March 2017, Coldplay announced extra North American dates in Toronto, Edmonton, and Pasadena.[15]

On 25 August 2017, the Houston concert scheduled that night at NRG Stadium was originally postponed due to Hurricane Harvey. However, on 29 September, Coldplay decided to cancel the concert due to scheduling conflicts with the venue. As compensation, the band announced that ticket holders will receive priority access for the next time they play in Houston.[16]

Opening acts

Lianne La Havas (left) followed Coldplay for the Latin American and European legs of the tour as its main supporting act, while Alessia Cara (right) served as main support during the North American leg.

For each of the main tour dates, two supporting acts, the first billed as the "opener", and the second as the "main support", performed before the concert.

British folk and soul singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas served as the tour's main supporting act for all the shows during the Latin America leg, the Oceania leg and a majority of the European leg of the tour. Her appearances on the tour follow her own 10-month tour in support of her July 2015-released album Blood, which had ended two weeks before the start of the A Head Full of Dreams Tour.[17] It marked the first stadium shows of Havas' career, and her first performances in Latin America.[18][19] The opening acts during the Latin America leg featured local talent, including Argentinian singer and plastic artist Hana Ciliberti, and Mexican pop rock artist Ximena Sariñana, who performed at the shows in Mexico City.[20]

Canadian R&B and pop artist Alessia Cara performed as a supporting act on the A Head Full of Dreams Tour, serving as the opener on a majority of the shows during the European leg and as the main support during the North American leg.[21] Cara, who turned 21 years old during the tour, had launched into mainstream success in 2015 with "Here",[22][23] and had been performing her first concert tour in the months trailing the A Head Full of Dreams Tour, in support for her debut studio album Know-It-All.[24] Cara, however, skipped three dates on the tour. Swiss artist Lea Lu occupied the opening slot during the show of 11 June in Zurich, Switzerland,[25] while British rock band Reef will[needs update] perform during the tour's final two London shows.[26] In lieu of La Havas' absence during the show of 11 June in Zurich and the show of 3 July in Stockholm, Sweden, British recording artists Foxes and Birdy served as main support respectively.[27]

Tove Lo (left) was the main supporting act for Coldplay's 2017 European and North American legs, while Dua Lipa (right) supported the band during their 2017 Latin American leg.

Australian musician Jess Kent performed as the main support for the Oceanian leg and did so again for the Asian leg, starting with the show of 31 March 2017 in Singapore.[28] Japanese rock band Radwimps opened the show of 19 April in Tokyo.[29]

For the 2017 European leg, English duo AlunaGeorge performed as the main support during the Munich, Lyon, Hanover, Brussels, and Dublin shows, while Swedish singer Tove Lo, whom Coldplay has collaborated with for a song called "Fun", served the remainder of the leg as the main support with the exception of the Gothenburg and Cardiff shows, where Danish band Mew and English band Embrace served, respectively. The opener for the leg was Lyves, with the exception of the German shows, where native singer Femme Schmidt performed. For the 2017 North American leg, AlunaGeorge performed as the main support for the August dates with Ethiopian-English singer Izzy Bizu opening, while Tove Lo served as the main support for the September and October dates with Alina Baraz opening.[30]

English singer Dua Lipa, whom frontman Chris Martin has collaborated with for a song called "Homesick" from her self-titled debut album, performed as the main support for the tour's final leg in Brazil and Argentina in November 2017. English musician Jon Hopkins, a frequent collaborator of the band since Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, will also perform as the leg's opener.[31]

Concert synopsis

A view of the stage at Wembley Stadium, London, during one of the four sold out concerts.

I think we're just about at the point in our career where we can get through a concert without playing anything shit. Only now. If we put all our amazing songs together that covers about 20 minutes. Then fill the rest with just pretty good ones.

-- Chris Martin, replying to a question about a 7-album setlist design.[32]

Similar to the Mylo Xyloto Tour, the A Head Full of Dreams Tour is typically split into five parts; an introduction on the main "A-stage", a performance on the "B-stage", a second set on the A-stage, a set on the outward "C-stage", and finally an encore on the A-stage. Songs played on the A-stage are accompanied by the show's full laser light and pyrotechnic visuals, while performances on the B-stage are not accompanied by such, and songs played on the C-stage are strictly acoustic performances.

Shows typically feature over 20 songs on the setlist, many of which played differently from the recorded versions of the songs, usually combined with intros and outros from other tracks. For example, "Paradise", which closes the opening set of the show, is played with a remix of the song by Tiësto as an outro, while "Fix You" is played with the instrumental background from "Midnight". A majority of the songs played during the tour come from the namesake album A Head Full of Dreams, and from the band's previous studio album, Ghost Stories, though songs from the band's earlier discography, such as Mylo Xyloto and A Rush of Blood to the Head are routinely played and shuffled across the setlist between shows. Frontman Chris Martin expressed satisfaction with the setlist, stating that the band were "enjoying playing really old songs", and that the tour "will finally have a setlist where we feel good about it from start to finish."[33]

Apart from the band's own songs, covers of songs by other artists were also performed, with "Heroes" by David Bowie being a staple on the setlist in 2016, during the middle of the second A-stage set. The cover is a tribute to the late Bowie, whose death in January 2016 had been massively publicized by both the media and music fans alike. According to Martin, he and Bowie were good friends, claiming that Bowie even had assigned the nickname of "Sticky Martinez" to him.[34] The relationship between the band and Bowie musically, however, was not as profound; Bowie had earlier rejected a collaboration for Lhuna, a charity single released by the band in 2008 featuring Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue, after deeming the song was simply "not one of [their] best".[35] Prior to the start of the tour, Martin also took to covering Bowie's songs, such as "Life on Mars?" on The Howard Stern Show and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the weeks following Bowie's death.[36][37] The band also occasionally plays "'Til Kingdom Come"/"Ring of Fire", a combination between the X&Y song and the classic Johnny Cash song, which the band had initially conceived for the Twisted Logic Tour and also appeared in the setlist during the Viva la Vida Tour and Mylo Xyloto Tour. Occasionally, impromptu moments, usually during "A Sky Full of Stars" may also lead to an additional song being performed, as was the case during the band's performance of 5 April at the Estadio Nacional de Lima in Peru, where Chris Martin sang "Happy Birthday to You" for his son Moses.[38] Following the death of musician Prince in April 2016, the band covered several of his songs as tributes: "Raspberry Beret",[39] "Sometimes It Snows in April" with Lianne La Havas,[40] and "Nothing Compares 2 U" with James Corden.[41] Following the death of musician Tom Petty in October 2017, the band covered his song "Free Fallin' as tribute, with Peter Buck at Portland and Corden at Pasadena; they also dedicated to him their song "Everglow".

Another staple of the setlist is a segment of the show known as the "Fan Dedication Song", where a song is requested by fans attending particular concerts on the tour, through social media service Instagram, for the band to play during their C-stage set.[42] The segment was described by Martin as being similar to a photo booth, stating, "we'd ask people to give us a reason why they want us to play that song so there is a purpose behind why we play it."[33][43]

Set list

This set list is from the concert on 10 April 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. It does not represent all shows throughout the tour.[44]

  1. "O mio babbino caro" (intro)
  2. "A Head Full of Dreams" (contains an excerpt from The Great Dictator)
  3. "Yellow"
  4. "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"
  5. "The Scientist"
  6. "Birds" (contains excerpt from "Oceans")
  7. "Paradise" (contains elements of the "Tiësto Remix")
  8. "Everglow"
  9. "Princess of China"
  10. "Magic" (contains excerpt from "Army of One")
  11. "Clocks"
  12. "Midnight"
  13. "Charlie Brown"
  14. "Hymn for the Weekend"
  15. "Fix You" (contains elements of "Midnight")
  16. "Heroes"
  17. "Viva la Vida"
  18. "Adventure of a Lifetime"
  19. "Kaleidoscope"
  20. "Parachutes"
  21. "Shiver"
  22. "A Message"
  1. "Amazing Day"
  2. "A Sky Full of Stars"
  3. "Up & Up"
  4. "O (Part 2)" (outro)
  • "Lovers in Japan" and "Don't Panic" were performed during the first leg in Europe; the latter was officially added to the set list later in the tour.
  • On 5 June 2016, "In My Place" was performed as a fan request. Additionally, "Princess of China" was not featured on the set list.[45]
  • "Always in My Head" was added to the set list during the first North American leg.[46]
  • "Us Against the World" and Bruce Springsteen's "Jersey Girl" were performed on 16 June 2017.[47]
  • "Shiver" was not performed on 31 March 2017.[48]
  • "Trouble" was performed as a fan request on 21 August 2017. Additionally, an improvised "Toronto Song" was played.[49]


Tickets for the first two legs were put on sale on Friday 27 November 2015 (which was also Black Friday). Their two Wembley Stadium dates quickly sold out, prompting a third, and later a fourth, to be added.[50] In addition to London dates being popular, shows were added in Mexico City, La Plata, Barcelona, Manchester, Zürich, Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Singapore, Taipei, Seoul, and São Paulo.

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
Leg 1 -- Latin America[51]
31 March 2016 La Plata Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata Lianne La Havas
97,069 / 97,069 $6,619,890
1 April 2016
3 April 2016 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional de Chile Lianne La Havas
Maria Colores
60,787 / 60,787 $4,539,380
5 April 2016 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional del Perú Lianne La Havas
Gala Brie
43,720 / 43,720 $4,828,810
7 April 2016 São Paulo Brazil Allianz Parque Lianne La Havas
46,563 / 46,563 $4,093,280
10 April 2016 Rio de Janeiro Estádio do Maracanã 59,669 / 59,669 $4,645,550
13 April 2016 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín Lianne La Havas
Elsa y Elmar
41,376 / 41,376 $4,792,820
15 April 2016 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol Lianne La Havas
Ximena Sariñana
195,192 / 195,192 $11,231,300
16 April 2016
17 April 2016
Leg 2 -- Europe[52]
24 May 2016 Nice France Stade Charles-Ehrmann Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
53,566 / 53,566 $3,367,270
26 May 2016 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys Lianne La Havas 111,261 / 111,261 $9,734,130
27 May 2016
29 May 2016[a] Exeter England Powderham Castle N/A N/A N/A
1 June 2016 Gelsenkirchen Germany Veltins-Arena Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
55,048 / 55,048 $4,650,320
4 June 2016 Manchester England Etihad Stadium Lianne La Havas

Alessia Cara

109,492 / 109,492 $10,676,300
5 June 2016
7 June 2016 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park 48,526 / 48,526 $4,547,280
11 June 2016 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund Foxes 89,254 / 89,254 $11,808,300
12 June 2016 Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
15 June 2016 London England Wembley Stadium Lianne La Havas 303,985 / 303,985 $28,810,200
16 June 2016
18 June 2016
19 June 2016
23 June 2016 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
104,511 / 104,511 $8,759,000
24 June 2016
26 June 2016[b] Pilton England Glastonbury Festival N/A N/A N/A
28 June 2016 London Kensington Palace Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
29 June 2016 Berlin Germany Olympiastadion 68,047 / 68,047 $5,540,960
1 July 2016 Hamburg Volksparkstadion 43,860 / 43,860 $3,808,980
3 July 2016 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena Birdy
Alessia Cara
53,575 / 53,575 $3,970,140
5 July 2016 Copenhagen Denmark Telia Parken Lianne La Havas
Alessia Cara
96,511 / 96,511 $9,182,590
6 July 2016
Leg 3 -- North America[54]
16 July 2016 East Rutherford United States MetLife Stadium Alessia Cara
100,763 / 100,763 $10,749,394
17 July 2016
20 July 2016 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 12,667 / 12,667 $1,460,006
21 July 2016 St. Louis Scottrade Center 13,960 / 13,960 $1,547,633
23 July 2016[c] Chicago Soldier Field N/A[c] 95,323 / 95,323 $10,215,572
24 July 2016 Alessia Cara
27 July 2016 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 13,755 / 13,755 $1,520,726
28 July 2016 Columbus Nationwide Arena 15,530 / 15,530 $1,933,346
30 July 2016 Foxborough Gillette Stadium 54,952 / 54,952 $6,530,260
1 August 2016 Buffalo First Niagara Center 15,100 / 15,100 $1,878,324
3 August 2016 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 15,436 / 15,436 $1,731,667
4 August 2016 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 14,360 / 14,360 $1,614,917
6 August 2016 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field 54,497 / 54,497 $5,530,866
20 August 2016[d] Pasadena Rose Bowl Alessia Cara
Bishop Briggs
120,062 / 120,062 $10,914,898
21 August 2016 Alessia Cara
Bishop Briggs
23 August 2016 Glendale Gila River Arena 14,427 / 14,427 $1,776,867
25 August 2016 Tulsa BOK Center 13,234 / 13,234 $1,578,961
27 August 2016 Arlington AT&T Stadium 52,538 / 52,538 $5,679,031
29 August 2016 Denver Pepsi Center 15,664 / 15,664 $1,902,639
31 August 2016 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 15,645 / 15,645 $1,871,968
1 September 2016 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,898 / 15,898 $2,124,032
3 September 2016 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium 52,404 / 52,404 $5,990,660
4 September 2016[e] Philadelphia Benjamin Franklin Parkway N/A N/A N/A
11 November 2016 London England London Palladium N/A N/A N/A
19 November 2016[f] Mumbai India MMRDA Grounds N/A N/A N/A
Leg 4 -- Oceania[60]
3 December 2016 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium Jess Kent 39,644 / 39,644 $3,752,610
6 December 2016 Brisbane Australia Suncorp Stadium 49,604 / 49,604 $4,723,300
9 December 2016 Melbourne Etihad Stadium 103,482 / 103,482 $8,920,530
10 December 2016
13 December 2016 Sydney Allianz Stadium 97,356 / 97,356 $8,813,130
14 December 2016 Jess Kent
Lianne La Havas
Leg 5 -- Asia[1][61]
31 December 2016 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates du Arena N/A 31,285 / 31,285 $4,301,291
31 March 2017 Singapore Singapore National Stadium Jess Kent 102,508 / 102,508 $12,517,500
1 April 2017
4 April 2017 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Concert Grounds 34,813 / 34,813 $7,189,520
7 April 2017 Bangkok Thailand Rajamangala Stadium 62,068 / 62,068 $8,133,360
11 April 2017 Taoyuan Taiwan HSR Taoyuan Station Plaza 72,212 / 72,212 $11,821,800
12 April 2017
15 April 2017 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium 99,837 / 99,837 $10,132,000
16 April 2017[g]
19 April 2017[h] Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome Radwimps 42,817 / 42,817 $6,513,740
Leg 6 -- Europe[1][64][65]
6 June 2017 Munich Germany Olympiastadion AlunaGeorge
Femme Schmidt
62,548 / 62,548 $6,044,640
8 June 2017 Lyon France Parc Olympique Lyonnais AlunaGeorge
50,901 / 50,901 $4,051,740
11 June 2017 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion Tove Lo
56,246 / 56,246 $5,597,950
14 June 2017 Leipzig Germany Red Bull Arena 47,233 / 47,233 $4,471,280
16 June 2017 Hanover HDI-Arena AlunaGeorge
Femme Schmidt
46,223 / 46,223 $4,670,110
18 June 2017 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy Tove Lo
57,615 / 57,615 $3,827,680
21 June 2017 Brussels Belgium King Baudouin Stadium AlunaGeorge
100,489 / 100,489 $8,686,710
22 June 2017
25 June 2017 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Mew
128,981 / 128,981 $9,399,310
26 June 2017
30 June 2017 Frankfurt Germany Commerzbank-Arena Tove Lo
Femme Schmidt
87,833 / 87,833 $9,018,910
1 July 2017
3 July 2017 Milan Italy Stadio Giuseppe Meazza Tove Lo
117,307 / 117,307 $8,613,840
4 July 2017
6 July 2017[i] Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena N/A N/A N/A
8 July 2017 Dublin Ireland Croke Park AlunaGeorge
80,398 / 80,398 $8,970,100
11 July 2017 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium Embrace
122,851 / 122,851 $11,685,000
12 July 2017
15 July 2017 Saint-Denis France Stade de France Tove Lo
235,611 / 235,611 $19,884,200
16 July 2017
18 July 2017
Leg 7 -- North America[67]
1 August 2017 East Rutherford United States MetLife Stadium AlunaGeorge
Izzy Bizu
54,501 / 54,501 $7,861,460
4 August 2017 Foxborough Gillette Stadium 52,188 / 52,188 $6,263,906
6 August 2017 Landover FedExField 48,380 / 48,380 $4,823,333
8 August 2017 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 35,731 / 35,731 $3,967,516
9 August 2017
12 August 2017 Minneapolis United States U.S. Bank Stadium 47,472 / 47,472 $4,325,230
14 August 2017 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 13,009 / 13,009 $1,434,880
15 August 2017 Kansas City Sprint Center 12,971 / 12,971 $1,736,224
17 August 2017[j] Chicago Soldier Field 52,726 / 52,726 $6,026,402
19 August 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,963 / 15,963 $2,302,868
21 August 2017 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre 94,857 / 94,857 $8,655,294
22 August 2017
28 August 2017 Miami Gardens United States Hard Rock Stadium 47,866 / 47,866 $6,446,966
22 September 2017[k] Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena N/A N/A N/A
23 September 2017 Seattle CenturyLink Field Tove Lo
Alina Baraz
49,031 / 49,031 $5,181,106
26 September 2017 Edmonton Canada Rogers Place 27,940 / 27,940 $3,003,657
27 September 2017
29 September 2017 Vancouver BC Place 43,896 / 43,896 $5,015,505
2 October 2017 Portland United States Moda Center 14,965 / 14,965 $2,121,648
4 October 2017 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium 48,341 / 48,341 $5,265,835
6 October 2017[l] Pasadena Rose Bowl 64,442 / 64,442 $6,051,529
8 October 2017[l][m] San Diego SDCCU Stadium 54,279 / 54,279 $5,955,986
Leg 8 -- Latin America[1][72]
7 November 2017[n][o] São Paulo Brazil Allianz Parque Iza
Jon Hopkins
96,549 / 96,549 $10,456,435
8 November 2017[n] Dua Lipa
Jon Hopkins
11 November 2017 Porto Alegre Arena do Grêmio Dua Lipa
Jon Hopkins
Tati Portella
50,229 / 50,229 $5,910,139
14 November 2017 La Plata Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata Dua Lipa
Jon Hopkins
Oriana Sabatini
98,197 / 98,197 $7,589,239
15 November 2017
Total 5,389,586 / 5,389,586
$523,033,675 [74]

The tour grossed $137.2 million in the first half of 2016 from 29 shows. [75]
The tour grossed $308 million in 2017 from 68 shows. [76]

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
25 August 2017 Houston United States NRG Stadium Hurricane Harvey[16]


  1. ^ The 29 May 2016 show at Powderham Castle in Exeter was part of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2016.[53]
  2. ^ The 26 June 2016 show at Worthy Farm in Pilton was part of Glastonbury Festival 2016.
  3. ^ a b The 23 July 2016 show at Soldier Field in Chicago was cut short due to inclement weather. Additionally, opening acts Alessia Cara and Foxes cancelled their performances due to the weather conditions.[55]
  4. ^ The 20 August 2016 show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena was live streamed on YouTube by Globe Telecom in the Philippines.[56]
  5. ^ The 4 September 2016 show was part of the Budweiser Made in America Festival.[57]
  6. ^ The 19 November 2016 show was part of the Global Citizen Festival.
  7. ^ During the performance of "Yellow", Coldplay observed a 10-second silence to commemorate the victims of the MV Sewol ferry disaster. The 16 April 2017 show at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul coincided with the disaster's third anniversary.[62]
  8. ^ The 19 April 2017 show at the Tokyo Dome was recorded for an upcoming live album.[63]
  9. ^ The 6 July 2017 show at the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg was part of the Global Citizen Festival.[66]
  10. ^ The 17 August 2017 show at Soldier Field in Chicago was live streamed on the Samsung Gear VR.[68]
  11. ^ The 2 September 2017 show at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas was part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival.[69]
  12. ^ a b The proceeds from these shows went towards the relief efforts for the Central Mexico earthquake.[70]
  13. ^ Part of 8 October 2017 show at the SDCCU Stadium in San Diego will be broadcast live at a benefit concert in Mexico City for the relief efforts for the Central Mexico earthquake.[71]
  14. ^ a b The shows on 7 and 8 November 2017 at Allianz Parque in São Paulo were filmed for an upcoming concert film documenting the tour.[4]
  15. ^ The 7 November 2017 show at Allianz Parque in São Paulo was delayed by an hour and 20 minutes due to the delayed arrival of pyrotechnic equipment.[73]

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