The band are Glasto veterans, having performed a staggering six times, with Chris showing his face last year as well to take part in Stormzy’s legendary headlining set.
But certain mean-spirited comments hit Chris hard, and have since made him think twice about the band’s future at the festival.
This means Chris, Will Champion, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Phil Harvey might not be taking to the stage for some time.
Following his appearances last year – playing Blinded By Your Grace Part One with Stormzy and even getting in one Kylie Minogue’s legend slot – Chris headed to social media to see what fans reckoned.
Asked by the BBC late last year if the band planned to return for 2020 and the Glasto’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Chris bluntly answered: “No.”
The rocker explained: “I did a pop up on stage last year  and I loved doing so.
“Then I saw a tweet afterwards which said, ‘You can always rely to come on in a tracksuit and ruin everything.'”
Chris had worn tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt during his performance with Kylie.
He continued: “So I was like, you know what, a), I should work on my trousers and b), I shouldn’t be online and c), maybe just go and watch Glastonbury for a year or so.”
Chris added of the tweet: “Sometimes these things hurt me because I’m human.”
Coldplay performed at Glasto for the first time back in 1999, three years after the band was formed in 1996.
They returned the year after, as well as 2002, 2005, 2011, and finally 2016.
But diehard Coldplay fans need not fret, as The Glastonbury Experience is letting music buffs relive the best of the festival.
Tonight, that includes Coldplay’s 2000 set, handpicked from the archives by hosts Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne, as well as a show dedicated to their 2016 performance.
2016 saw the boys play some new tracks and well as give a hefty dose of nostalgia with some older records.
The Glastonbury Experience airs across BBC iPlayer and BBC Television.
Fans can catch 2000 performance during the Glastonbury Experience Live, on BBC Two from 8pm to 9:30pm.
Meanwhile, the 2016 set will air on BBC Two from 11:05pm to 12:55 am.