And it’s been revealed just how much food and drink will be required to satiate the 120,000 punters attending over the two nights.
Among the food trucked for sale is an incredible nine tonnes of hot chips (or French fries as they are known stateside) as well as special Coldplay themed burgers.
A Channel Nine news report revealed on Saturday that 500 kegs of beer and 35,000 cans of larger will be on offer.
For the sober concert goers, among the soft drinks available are 50,000 cans of ginger beer.
Over 8000 burgers are expected to be sold, including the aptly named Fish You and Viva La Vegan offerings.
Coldplay will play two very special shows in Perth at Optus Stadium on the 18th and 19th of November.
Both concerts at Perth’s Optus Stadium are sold out – with 120,000 tickets sold and the band looking at a return of around £12million (AUD $22million).
Coldplay fans have been promised a ‘spectacular show’ which will be ‘bursting with lasers, fireworks and LED wristbands’.
The beloved group last performed in Australia in 2016, and this concert will be their first in the WA capital since February 2009.
Frontman Chris Martin has been delighting the locals in Perth, wandering barefoot outside his suit at Crown Mansions.
He stumbled across a wedding party and stopped to take a photo with them while on a walk on Friday.
The happy couple looked overjoyed to have spotted the humble popstar, who jumped a fence to greet them.