The world’s leading tribute to Coldplay is coming to High Wycombe next month - as the chart-topping band celebrate a new album.

Coldplace will be delivering a show full of lasers, confetti canons, Xylobands - and of course, the famous Coldplay anthems - at the Wycombe Swan on November 28.

“Lockdown has brought many to challenges to many people over the last 18 months, in so many different ways,” says Shane Croft, lead singer of Coldplace.

“We have all learnt a lot about ourselves and our lives, and we have also lost loved ones and friends along the way and gained friends too.

“I think everyone has a different story to tell about their lives over the last year and their reality.

“Our reality now is that we are allowed to perform to a live audience on a stage, and this is our focus at the moment.

“As musicians, this is what we’ve been longing for since we first went into lockdown last year.

“We had no idea it would last this long, and unlike other industries, we haven’t had any relaxation of rules during this time.”

Coldplace are a tribute band whose quality and experience on the tribute scene are second to none. In 12 years, the band have more than 600 gigs under their belts across the length and breadth of the UK and abroad in over 20 different countries worldwide.

The band are firmly established in many of the UK’s top tribute venues with repeat bookings year after year. They regularly tour Europe and have played in 22 different countries worldwide.

Their adventures have lead them to appear on Sky News, BBC Radio One and Two and The Gadget Show and to have played at major festivals alongside Bob Geldof, KT Tunstall, Ringo Starr, The Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight and Roxette to name but a few.

They have played for small and large crowds, from a handful of people to over 50,000. They are no strangers to main stages and headline spots at festivals and have played some of the largest tribute festivals in Europe such as Mathew Street Festival, Bospop (Netherlands), Glastonbudget and the legendary Fake Festivals.

Get your tickets for Coldplace at the Wycombe Swan on November 28 at