Coldplay's fans in North America will have to delay their plan to see them live as the band reportedly have postponed their scheduled tour there. The North American leg that supposedly starts on June 29 in Philadelphia will now kick off on July 14-15 in Los Angeles. The band also confirmed that they did not cancel their Philadelphia gig but change its date to July 25.
The rockers' tour delay was announced at their official website on June 10. Revealing the reason on the site the band's representative wrote that production delays was the reason behind the re-schedule. "We're very sorry, but unfortunately Coldplay have had to move the dates of some of the previously-announced US shows. The band have experienced some production delays which mean that the show simply won't be ready for June 29," the website wrote.
Moreover, the website also assures that the band will give a great performance on their upcoming shows. Meanwhile, for fans that have already purchased tickets for the previous date, Coldplay confirmed that their tickets are still valid to be used for the new dates, but if the devotees can't make it they will be given a refund.
Beside preparing their tour, Coldplay are also preparing to drop their new record "Viva la Vida" on June 17. Previously, Play.com has tapped the band's upcoming record to become the biggest selling album this year, because the high number of pre-order for the new LP.