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Return of the Dream Canteen
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Unlimited Love
$22.99
Men's Standard Official Californicati...
$16.99 - $18.90
Men's Standard Official Black Asteris...
$25.30 - $29.24
Californication
$39.99
Men's Standard Classic Asterisk T-Shirt
$14.48 - $19.99
The Getaway
$34.99
I'm with You
$43.94
Greatest Hits
$34.91
One Hot Minute
$23.99
Mother's Milk
$27.90
By the Way
$12.87
Stadium Arcadium
$65.77
The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
$8.80
Red Hot Chili Peppers
$9.62
Californication
$28.59
Greatest Hits
$11.66
Blood Sugar Sex Magik
$36.04
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Fan Reviews

Greg
February 21st 2024
Chili Peppers rocked the house but the technical side left a lot to be desired. John Frusciante’s guitar powered by 6 Marshall stacks completely overpowered Anthony Kiedis’s vocals and the guest musician’s sax solo. The only time we had a chance of hearing Kiedis sing is on songs where the guitar was used minimally. Possibly the fault of the venue’s sound mixer or the fact that we were in row 10 and in front of the Marshalls, but the overall mix was way off the mark. Additionally, the near two seconds video latency behind audio, on the Imag screens, made watching the well cut video coverage unbearable. That video delay was reminiscent of the lip sync from their Super Bowl halftime show so we avoided looking at the massive vertical screens which flanked the stage. Again, most likely a venue issue. Band looked great and delivered a passionate, energetic and entertaining set. The Chili Peppers are as spicy as always!
Highland, CA@
Yaamava’ Theater
Tammy
September 28th 2023
I had front row ticket, but HERSHEY has a CURFEW!!! UGH!!! I made a special sign for the band and they actually played one of my favorite songs "DONT FORGET ME"! I prefer to see them at other venues than Hershey, PA because of the LAWS! I paid A LOT of $$$ to see my FAVORATE BAND!!! Tammy Bisker
Hershey, PA@
Hersheypark Stadium
Nads
June 28th 2023
Third time for me having had the pleasure to see RHCP. They are always GREAT but energetically the other two concerts were even better. Might have been the crowd or location. Iggy Pop as warm up was a treat though. All up we were well entertained by one of the best Rockbands of our generation. May they keep touring for many more years. It’s a must see band!
Mannheim, Germany@
Maimarktgelände Parkplatz
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About Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers are a funk rock band that is based in Hollywood, California and was formed in 1983, in Los Angeles, California. Since 1998, the band has consisted of founding members Anthony Kiedis (vocals) and Michael "Flea" Balzary (bass) along with longtime members John Frusciante (guitar) and Chad Smith (drums).

The band initially formed for a once-off support act for a friend's band, calling themselves Tony Flow And The Miraculously Majestic Masters Of Mayhem. Upon renaming themselves Red Hot Chili Peppers, they played a handful of small club venues in Los Angeles in 1983, before they were signed to EMI Records.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the most iconic and influential rock bands of all time, known for their unique blend of alternative rock, punk, funk, and rock 'n' roll. Since their formation, the band has released numerous hit songs and albums, earning them a loyal fan base worldwide. The Red Hot Chili Peppers have had multiple concert tours to support their studio albums, including the Californication Tour. The Getaway World Tour, and the Global Studium Tour. Their stadium shows are a celebration of their unique sound and style, featuring a mix of new hits and timeless classics.

Current members:

Vocal: Anthony Kiedis (1983-present).
Guitar: John Frusciante (1998-present).
Bass: Michael Peter "Flea" Balzary (1983-present).
Drums: Chad Smith, (1988-present).

Previous members:

Notable guitarists (in chronological order):
Hillel Slovak (1983-1984),
Jack Sherman (1984),
Hillel Slovak (1985-1988),
John Frusciante (1988-1992),
Arik Marshall (1992-1993),
Jesse Tobias (1993)
Dave Navarro (1993-1998)

Notable drummers (in chronological order):
Jack Irons (1983-1984),
Cliff Martinez (1984-1987),
Jack Irons (1987-1988),
D.H. Peligro (1988),

The Chili Peppers' original guitarist, Slovak, was replaced in 1984 by Jack Sherman, while Slovak and Irons recorded music with their band at the time, What Is This? Upon Slovak's return, Sherman was fired from the band.

Following Slovak's death of a heroin overdose, a young John Frusciante took over as guitarist in 1988. Frusciante, however, quit the band in 1992 due in part to his sadness at the band becoming so successful in such a short time; complex personal issues, involving an addiction to heroin, were also a factor. He was then replaced by Arik Marshall. Approximately a year later, Marshall left the band, to be replaced by former Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro.

After the release of 1995's One Hot Minute, Navarro's escalating drug habits became a subject of conflict. In 1998, Navarro was fired from the band, to be taken over by none other than former guitarist, Frusciante, who has remained in the band ever since.

Founder and guitarist Hillel Slovak did not actually appear on the self-titled debut album, despite performing and writing the content with the band prior to recording. He was replaced by Jack Sherman for the recording of the album, but returned to the band for second album, Freaky Styley. The third album, Uplift Mofo Party Plan, is in fact the only album to include all four founding members. After this, Slovak overdosed on heroin, and subsequently did not appear on future albums (Mother's Milk, Blood Sugar Sex Magik - on which Frusciante provides guitars, One Hot Minute - Navarro, Californication and By the Way - Frusciante) Frusciante is also on their latest release Stadium Arcadium.

Bassist flea claims to have nearly quit following the tour for 2002 album By the Way due to feeling sidelined following Frusciante's development as a guitarist. Flea has been quoted as saying that the issue has now been resolved. Flea is also the only member to have been in the band perpetually as Anthony was kicked out for a short time in 1984 due to his drug problems.

Frusciante has also been making solo albums for a number of years. His new album with the band Ataxia came out May 29 2007, and is titled Automatic Writing II.

In 2003 Flea played bass on The Mars Volta's album Deloused In The Comatorium. Frusciante added guitar to tracks on Deloused and 2005's Frances The Mute. He also played rhythm guitar on The Mars Volta's Amputechture. Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez, guitarist for The Mars Volta, appeared on Stadium Arcadium, playing the solo on "Especially In Michigan".

Through the years, Kiedis' lyrics have dealt with a variety of topics, which have shifted as time has progressed. Themes within his expansive repertoire include love and friendship, teenage angst and good-time aggression, various sexual topics and the link between sex and music, political and social commentary (Native American issues in particular), romance, drugs, loneliness, globalization and the cons of fame and Hollywood, poverty, alcohol, and dealing with death.

Don't miss your chance to see The Red Hot Chili Peppers live in concert - make sure to buy tickets in advance before they sell out. Keep up with global tour dates, get notified when tickets go on sale, and find more upcoming events with Bandsintown.
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Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
John Frusciante, Flea, Chad Smith, Anthony Kiedis

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Red Hot Chili Peppers to play in your city
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Live Photos of Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers at Tempe, AZ in Tempe Beach Park 2024
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Latest Post

Red Hot Chili Peppers merch
amazonview store

Return of the Dream Canteen
$12.98
Unlimited Love
$22.99
Men's Standard Official Californicati...
$16.99 - $18.90
Men's Standard Official Black Asteris...
$25.30 - $29.24
Californication
$39.99
Men's Standard Classic Asterisk T-Shirt
$14.48 - $19.99
The Getaway
$34.99
I'm with You
$43.94
Greatest Hits
$34.91
One Hot Minute
$23.99
Mother's Milk
$27.90
By the Way
$12.87
Stadium Arcadium
$65.77
The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
$8.80
Red Hot Chili Peppers
$9.62
Californication
$28.59
Greatest Hits
$11.66
Blood Sugar Sex Magik
$36.04
View All
Red Hot Chili Peppers's tour

Fan Reviews

Greg
February 21st 2024
Chili Peppers rocked the house but the technical side left a lot to be desired. John Frusciante’s guitar powered by 6 Marshall stacks completely overpowered Anthony Kiedis’s vocals and the guest musician’s sax solo. The only time we had a chance of hearing Kiedis sing is on songs where the guitar was used minimally. Possibly the fault of the venue’s sound mixer or the fact that we were in row 10 and in front of the Marshalls, but the overall mix was way off the mark. Additionally, the near two seconds video latency behind audio, on the Imag screens, made watching the well cut video coverage unbearable. That video delay was reminiscent of the lip sync from their Super Bowl halftime show so we avoided looking at the massive vertical screens which flanked the stage. Again, most likely a venue issue. Band looked great and delivered a passionate, energetic and entertaining set. The Chili Peppers are as spicy as always!
Highland, CA@
Yaamava’ Theater
Tammy
September 28th 2023
I had front row ticket, but HERSHEY has a CURFEW!!! UGH!!! I made a special sign for the band and they actually played one of my favorite songs "DONT FORGET ME"! I prefer to see them at other venues than Hershey, PA because of the LAWS! I paid A LOT of $$$ to see my FAVORATE BAND!!! Tammy Bisker
Hershey, PA@
Hersheypark Stadium
Nads
June 28th 2023
Third time for me having had the pleasure to see RHCP. They are always GREAT but energetically the other two concerts were even better. Might have been the crowd or location. Iggy Pop as warm up was a treat though. All up we were well entertained by one of the best Rockbands of our generation. May they keep touring for many more years. It’s a must see band!
Mannheim, Germany@
Maimarktgelände Parkplatz
View More Fan Reviews

About Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers are a funk rock band that is based in Hollywood, California and was formed in 1983, in Los Angeles, California. Since 1998, the band has consisted of founding members Anthony Kiedis (vocals) and Michael "Flea" Balzary (bass) along with longtime members John Frusciante (guitar) and Chad Smith (drums).

The band initially formed for a once-off support act for a friend's band, calling themselves Tony Flow And The Miraculously Majestic Masters Of Mayhem. Upon renaming themselves Red Hot Chili Peppers, they played a handful of small club venues in Los Angeles in 1983, before they were signed to EMI Records.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the most iconic and influential rock bands of all time, known for their unique blend of alternative rock, punk, funk, and rock 'n' roll. Since their formation, the band has released numerous hit songs and albums, earning them a loyal fan base worldwide. The Red Hot Chili Peppers have had multiple concert tours to support their studio albums, including the Californication Tour. The Getaway World Tour, and the Global Studium Tour. Their stadium shows are a celebration of their unique sound and style, featuring a mix of new hits and timeless classics.

Current members:

Vocal: Anthony Kiedis (1983-present).
Guitar: John Frusciante (1998-present).
Bass: Michael Peter "Flea" Balzary (1983-present).
Drums: Chad Smith, (1988-present).

Previous members:

Notable guitarists (in chronological order):
Hillel Slovak (1983-1984),
Jack Sherman (1984),
Hillel Slovak (1985-1988),
John Frusciante (1988-1992),
Arik Marshall (1992-1993),
Jesse Tobias (1993)
Dave Navarro (1993-1998)

Notable drummers (in chronological order):
Jack Irons (1983-1984),
Cliff Martinez (1984-1987),
Jack Irons (1987-1988),
D.H. Peligro (1988),

The Chili Peppers' original guitarist, Slovak, was replaced in 1984 by Jack Sherman, while Slovak and Irons recorded music with their band at the time, What Is This? Upon Slovak's return, Sherman was fired from the band.

Following Slovak's death of a heroin overdose, a young John Frusciante took over as guitarist in 1988. Frusciante, however, quit the band in 1992 due in part to his sadness at the band becoming so successful in such a short time; complex personal issues, involving an addiction to heroin, were also a factor. He was then replaced by Arik Marshall. Approximately a year later, Marshall left the band, to be replaced by former Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro.

After the release of 1995's One Hot Minute, Navarro's escalating drug habits became a subject of conflict. In 1998, Navarro was fired from the band, to be taken over by none other than former guitarist, Frusciante, who has remained in the band ever since.

Founder and guitarist Hillel Slovak did not actually appear on the self-titled debut album, despite performing and writing the content with the band prior to recording. He was replaced by Jack Sherman for the recording of the album, but returned to the band for second album, Freaky Styley. The third album, Uplift Mofo Party Plan, is in fact the only album to include all four founding members. After this, Slovak overdosed on heroin, and subsequently did not appear on future albums (Mother's Milk, Blood Sugar Sex Magik - on which Frusciante provides guitars, One Hot Minute - Navarro, Californication and By the Way - Frusciante) Frusciante is also on their latest release Stadium Arcadium.

Bassist flea claims to have nearly quit following the tour for 2002 album By the Way due to feeling sidelined following Frusciante's development as a guitarist. Flea has been quoted as saying that the issue has now been resolved. Flea is also the only member to have been in the band perpetually as Anthony was kicked out for a short time in 1984 due to his drug problems.

Frusciante has also been making solo albums for a number of years. His new album with the band Ataxia came out May 29 2007, and is titled Automatic Writing II.

In 2003 Flea played bass on The Mars Volta's album Deloused In The Comatorium. Frusciante added guitar to tracks on Deloused and 2005's Frances The Mute. He also played rhythm guitar on The Mars Volta's Amputechture. Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez, guitarist for The Mars Volta, appeared on Stadium Arcadium, playing the solo on "Especially In Michigan".

Through the years, Kiedis' lyrics have dealt with a variety of topics, which have shifted as time has progressed. Themes within his expansive repertoire include love and friendship, teenage angst and good-time aggression, various sexual topics and the link between sex and music, political and social commentary (Native American issues in particular), romance, drugs, loneliness, globalization and the cons of fame and Hollywood, poverty, alcohol, and dealing with death.

Don't miss your chance to see The Red Hot Chili Peppers live in concert - make sure to buy tickets in advance before they sell out. Keep up with global tour dates, get notified when tickets go on sale, and find more upcoming events with Bandsintown.
Show More
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
John Frusciante, Flea, Chad Smith, Anthony Kiedis

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