How long is Coldplay’s show at Tokyo Dome? Set length for Music of the Spheres world tour

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Coldplay's Music of the Spheres world tour will continue at the Tokyo Dome

Coldplay's highly anticipated Asia leg of the Music of the Spheres tour is coming to Japan

Chris Martin and co played outdoor stadium shows in Manchester, Cardiff and other UK cities. It was followed by a run of shows in July thought Europe. They then travelled across the pond to play outdoor gigs in North America.

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For the next leg of the tour, Coldplay will play dates across Asia including in Japan. The next stop is at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo.

Coldplay will then continue the tour in Taiwan and Indonesia later in November - and round-out the year with shows in Australia and Malaysia.

The Music of the Spheres tour will come to Tokyo Dome next. But how long will the concert last?

Here is what to expect:

When and where is Coldplay's concert in Tokyo?

The pop group will stars will be coming to the Tokyo Dome on Monday, 6 November and Tuesday, 7 November.

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How long are Coldplay's concerts?

The band played four shows at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester earlier this year.

Coldplay were on stage for two hours (120 minutes) in Manchester on 31 May. The band began to perform at 8.55pm and played until 10.55pm.

For the shows in US and Canada so far they have averaged sets lasting two hours for the shows in Seattle and Vancouver so far.

Expect similar timings for the rest of the tour.

What are the start and end times in Tokyo?

The concert will start at 6pm local time and there will be an opening act who perform before Coldplay take to the stage. The doors will open at 4pm, it has been confirmed.

Chris Martin and co have previously started their set around 8.50pm and the shows last around two hours.

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