Want to see Coldplay in Seattle but don’t want to spend a couple of hundred on their tickets? Well, the UK band has ‘Infinity Tickets’ giving their fans a chance to see them for $20. Here’s what to know!

Coldplay is currently on their Music Of The Spheres World Tour, which stops in Seattle on Wednesday, September 20th at Lumen Field. Concert tickets on Ticketmaster are currently way over $100 each, with the lowest price on there being around $170.

But, a few lucky Coldplay fans will soon be able to get Infinity Tickets, which are priced at $20. So what are they?

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According to Coldplay’s website, the $20 are “randomly distributed in pairs through the venue, and will go on sale soon for the band’s upcoming, sold out North American shows. They are “released for every Coldplay show to make the Music Of The Spheres World Tour accessible to all fans at a super low price.”

The tickets are definitely limited, and must be bought in pairs.

The best part is, as they are randomly allocated around the venue, your ticket could be anywhere from the back row to the floor, or even the best seat in the house!

If you’re looking to check it out, you can sign up on Coldplay’s website for updates and details on when the $20 tickets are on sale.


When: Wednesday, September 20th
Where: Lumen Field