Coldplay just returned with their seventh (and possibly last) album A Head Full of Dreams in December, and now, they have added a string of U.S. tour dates to their South American and European jaunts.

Coldplay’s world tour launches with a two-night stay in Buenos Aires from March 31-April 1. They will make their way to the U.S. in July, starting with a show in New York City on the 16th. Then, Chris Martin and company will make stops in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, L.A., Dallas and San Francisco. See the complete run of dates at the bottom of the page.

Of course, before they kick off their tour, Coldplay will make their way to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Feb. 7 to play the halftime show at Super Bowl 50. They will be joined by Beyoncé and Bruno Mars for the performance.

A Head Full of Dreams is out now via Atlantic. The English rockers have unveiled music videos for album singles “Birds” and “Adventure of a Lifetime.”

Coldplay Tour
March 31-April 1: Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio Unico de La Plata
April 3: Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional
April 5: Lima, Peru - Estadio Nacional
April 7: Sao Paulo, Brazil - Allianz Parque
April 10: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Maracana
April 13: Bogota, Colombia - Estadio El Campin
April 15-17: Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol
May 24: Nice, France - Stade Charles-Ehrmann
May 26-27: Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olimpic
June 1: Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Veltins-Arena
June 4-5: Manchester, England - Etihad Stadium
June 7: Glasgow, Scotland - Hampden Park
June 11-12: Zurich, Switzerland - Stadion Letzigrund
June 15-16, 18-19: London, England - Wembley Stadium
June 23-24: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Amsterdam Arena
June 29: Berlin, Germany - Olympiastadion
July 1: Hamburg, Germany - Volksparkstadion
July 3: Stockholm, Sweden - Friends Arena
July 5-6: Copenhagen, Denmark - Telia Parken
July 16: New York, NY - MetLife Stadium
July 23: Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
July 30: Boston, MA - Gillette Stadium
Aug. 6: Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 20: Los Angeles, CA - Rose Bowl
Aug. 27: Dallas, TX - AT&T Stadium
Sept. 3: San Francisco, CA - Levi's Stadium