Coldplay will perform in the Philippines and four other Asian countries in 2017

IMAGE Courtesy of Coldplay on Facebook

Coldplay will be coming to Manila for its A Head Full of Dreams Tour in the Philippines. The British rock band is also expected to perform in Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea this 2017.

We have been telling you about this! British rock band Coldplay is officially coming the Philippines!

Read: Confirmed: Coldplay will hold Manila concert!

News about the band—composed of Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, and Will Champion—performing in Manila became viral last April after a telecom executive hinted about the concert being held in the country.

Since then, Filipino fans have been waiting for an official confirmation from the band and it is finally here!

Earlier today, November 14, Coldplay made it official through a teaser uploaded on their social media accounts featuring the countries they will be visiting for their A Head Full of Dreams Tour in 2017.

This includes Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.

Other details about the Asian leg of the band's tour are yet to be revealed but based on the current tour schedule, the Manila concert of Coldplay could happen between January to May 2017.

Coldplay was formed in 1996 in London, England and has already released seven studio albums.

The band is currently promoting its latest album titled A Head Full of Dreams (2015). Some of the band's chart-toppings songs include "Fix You," "In My Place," "Clocks," "Yellow," "Speed of Sound, "Viva La Vida," "Paradise," and "A Sky Full of Stars."

On November 19, the band will perform in Mumbai, India. The band will embark on the Oceania leg of the tour, including New Zealand and Australia this December 2016.

Last August, Eat Bulaga Dabarkads Maine Mendoza flew all the way to Los Angeles, California and became emotional while watching the band's performance at the Rose Bowl Stadium.

Read: Maine Mendoza sees Adele up close; sheds tears while watching Coldplay perform in Los Angeles

In case the teaser video is too quick for you, here's a screengrab of the countries shown:




South Korea






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