Concerts will return to Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, nearly three years after the last was held there following the COVID-19 pandemic.

The stadium’s concert season begins on Sunday with Coldplay. as part of the band’s “Music of the Spheres” world tour.

Sunday’s concert kicks off the stadium’s biggest concert season in its history, according to stadium officials. There will be a total of six shows running through November.

“After almost three years without concerts, we’re incredibly excited to have Levi’s Stadium moving again,” San Francisco 49ers president Al Guido said. “By bringing world-class talent like Coldplay and Elton John to Levi’s, we are strengthening our commitment to the community. Events like these bring a huge economic boost to local businesses and create well-paying jobs for people working in the concessions, security, parking, and many more working behind the scenes. This is just the beginning. Levi’s will continue to attract unforgettable performers for months and years to come.

Jacob Fill, a spokesman for the 49ers, said the expansion of the stadium’s concert season and the resulting economic benefits are also due in part to members of the Santa Clara City Council who, in November 2021, voted to allow the stadium to host five non-NFL events. a year that can go until 11 p.m. on weeknights, greatly expanding the catalog of events and talent that can come to South Bay.

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