Coldplay receive their Best British Group award at the BRIT Awards at the O2 arena in London, Britain, February 24, 2016. Reuters/Stefan Wermuth

Coldplay has always been loved in Australia. The immensely-popular English band has added an extra show to their “A Head Full Of Dreams” tour in December. The extra show will be held at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on December 10 and Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Dec. 14. Fans snapped up all tickets to their shows and hence the group decided to add an extra show.

Tickets for the second shows will go on sale from midday on Wednesday. Previously, Coldplay played to more than 207,000 fans in 2012 over four concerts on the east coast during the Mylo Xyloto. They are about to beat the numbers when they perform in December.

Tour news has fuelled the excitement of Coldplay fans. This has boosted their chart luck as their record has leaped 20 spots to take a position at No. 14 this week. Platinum sales have already been achieved and the numbers may break all their previous records as they take the stage end of the year in Australia. Their seventh album could mark the end of this phase of Coldplay’s career, said band frontman Chris Martin.

“I am so comfortable right now with the idea of music being like food. If you are lucky in this life, you can choose what to eat and choose what to listen to. That made me stop worrying about what people who don’t listen to us,” Martin told

Martin also said that taking time off from shows and not touring off the back of their previous record “Ghost Stories” sparked the band’s love for big shows and playing in front of tens of thousands of fans. This year, Coldplay’s concert will see at least 250,000 Australians. Fans will go crazy as Coldplay takes them through some of their biggest hits such as “Clocks,” “Yellow,” “Fix You” and “Scientist.”