Major tourism coup delivers exclusive Coldplay show in Perth

An Australian exclusive Coldplay concert is set to be held in Perth on 18 November at Optus Stadium.

  • Australian exclusive Coldplay concert to be held in Perth on 18 November at Optus Stadium
  • One-off performance set to attract thousands of interstate and international visitors to WA, injecting millions of dollars into the State's economy
  • The record-breaking Music of The Spheres World Tour is being delivered by the McGowan Government through Tourism Western Australia and VenuesWest, in partnership with Live Nation and VenuesLive

One of the world's most iconic bands is coming to Perth on November 18 for an Australian-exclusive concert in a major tourism coup for Western Australia.

Coldplay will bring their record-breaking Music Of The Spheres World Tour to Optus Stadium for a performance that is expected to drive thousands of international and interstate visitors to WA.

Coldplay will play in Australia for the first time in seven years - and the first time in Perth for 14 years - in a deal delivered by the McGowan Government.

The performance will be promoted nationally and in key international markets alongside travel packages designed to encourage visitors to stay longer and explore WA.

The Music of The Spheres World Tour has sold over six million tickets across Europe, North America, and Latin America since it began in March 2022.

Coldplay sold more concert tickets than any other artist last year as the band broke attendance records around the world.

Coldplay singer Chis Martin said: "We are so excited that we will be coming through Perth for one concert at Optus Stadium on November 18 this year and we really look forward to seeing you. We haven't been to Australia for too long and we are so excited to come back. Can't wait to see your smiling faces."

Pre-sale of tickets will commence at 10am AWST on Monday 15 May, running until 9am AWST on Tuesday 16 May.

General public tickets go on sale at 10am AWST on Tuesday 16 May at and

Comments attributed to Tourism Minister Roger Cook:

"The McGowan Government is incredibly proud to welcome Coldplay to Perth for this exclusive performance at the amazing Optus Stadium.

"This a massive coup for Western Australia. The Music of The Spheres World Tour has been one of the most highly sought after events for cities around the world.

"Apart from being a phenomenal live show and experience, Coldplay is going to attract thousands of international and interstate visitors to WA and inject millions of dollars into the State's economy.

"This drawcard performance is all part of the WA Government and Tourism WA implementing a new major events strategy to bring incredible events to our State that entice visitors to travel to and enjoy all Western Australia has to offer."

Comments attributed to Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman:

"Coldplay is one of the biggest names in music, and we're delighted to host their Music of The Spheres World Tour performance here in Perth in a night set to make fans 'shiver'.

"Set your 'clocks' as fans are in for a real treat when Optus Stadium lights up with fireworks and lasers as Coldplay's unmissable stadium tour show unfolds live.

"This blockbuster stadium concert also provides a fantastic opportunity to build on WA's reputation as the ideal destination for hosting large-scale music, culture and arts events."