They were scheduled to play Houston on the night Hurricane Harvey hit, but Coldplay vowed to reschedule after the weather forced a cancellation.
Now, however, the band may not be coming back through for some time, announcing late last week it could not logistically book a backup date.
“Due to scheduling conflicts, Coldplay’s show at NRG Stadium in Houston has been cancelled,” the band provided in a statement on its website. “The show was originally postponed due to Hurricane Harvey. Although the band and the venue made every effort to reschedule, they were unfortunately unable to find a new date.”
Coldplay is issuing refunds for ticket-holders, and, for those who purchased VIP-level seats, the band further posted it hopes to offer comparable treatment at a future show.
Meanwhile, tickets to another concert experience — eagerly awaited by Houstonians, all adverse to winter coming — are finally for sale:
Seats to the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience at Toyota Center are available now.