Coldplay isn't free to Viva la Vida just yet.

Unspecified "production delays" have forced the British rockers to postpone their upcoming North American tour by two weeks, meaning their first show will be July 14 in Los Angeles instead of June 29 in Philadelphia, according to Billboard.

The final date of the Viva la Vida tour will still be Aug. 4, but the show take place in Boston instead of Chicago. An updated itinerary is available on the band's website.

Meanwhile, disappointed fans can either opt for a refund or hang on to their tickets, which will be good for any rescheduled shows.

According to Coldplay's manager, the shakeup will not affect a series of free concerts the group is planning to play in London, Barcelona and New York this month.

The band's fourth studio album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, drops June 17.

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