At this point, you probably know that the Seattle Kraken will be dropping the first puck of its inaugural game on October 23rd. But did you know that there’s an equally iconic act hitting the same spot the day before? Get ready to sing your heart out because Coldplay is coming to Seattle.
The band is going on tour for their new “Music Of The Spheres” album which drops officially on October 15th. That means fans lucky enough to snag tickets will get to hear this album played live just days after it drops. Of course, we’re sure you’ll be able to hear some of your other favorite hits as well.
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Here’s how Climate Pledge Arena is preparing for the Seattle Kraken
We’re honoured to be the first act to perform at @ClimateArena – Seattle’s new zero carbon venue – on Friday, October 22. The show will also air as a free global livestream. Verified Fan registration is open now – sign up for presale ticket access https://t.co/fIDncY3N58 pic.twitter.com/8Qpx7atU95
— Coldplay (@coldplay) September 8, 2021
Now you’re probably wondering, how do I get tickets? Good questions. Basically, you’ll want to register for the ticket presale which is happening on Tuesday, September 14th from 10 a.m. PT through 10 p.m. PT. You have until Sunday, September 12th at 9 am PT to register and you don’t want to miss out because normal ticket prices will probably get pretty expensive.
You should also keep in mind that you must be fully vaccinated in order to attend events at Climate Pledge Arena. So with that, get vaccinated and get ready to enjoy an amazing concert in our city’s newest and coolest venue. You can learn more by clicking below.
Coldplay at Climate Pledge Arena
When: Concert October 22nd, Presale registration until September 12th, Presale on September 14th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
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