Red Hot Chili Peppers are still one of the world’s top rock bands after over three decades. With over 80 million records sold worldwide, they are among the most successful bands.
More dates for 2019 have been revealed for the Australian leg of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Global Stadium Tour.”
The band announced today (October 7) that second gigs will be held in Sydney and Melbourne to accommodate the demand for their next “Global Stadium Tour,” which begins in January 2023 and continues through February.
The Accor Stadium will host the February 4 event in Sydney, while Marvel Stadium will host the February 9 show in Melbourne.
Explore the Tour in Greater Depth
Their tour will begin in New Zealand, with gigs in Auckland and Dunedin, and continue in Australia with stops in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as Brisbane and Perth. The Chili Peppers will be supported on their upcoming tour by Post Malone.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are currently on tour to promote their twelfth studio album, “Unlimited Love,” which was released in April and was given a 4.5-star rating by NME.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ second album of 2022, “Return Of The Dream Canteen,” is scheduled for release on Friday, October 14, 2022.
The singles “Tippa My Tongue” and “Eddie,” a tribute to Eddie Van Halen, have been released in anticipation of the album’s debut.
Malone’s fourth studio album, “Twelve Carat Toothache,” was released in June and received a perfect score from NME.
Malone, currently on tour in the United States, had to cancel a performance in Boston when he was admitted to the hospital complaining of severe discomfort. Malone had previously injured his ribs the week before when he fell into a hole in the middle of the stage during a performance in St. Louis.
Malone resumed his tour on September 27 with an appearance in Cleveland, Ohio, and was set to play through October and November before he was released from the hospital.
Where may one acquire tickets?
Beginning next week, tickets for the rescheduled performances can be purchased. The primary public sale of tickets will start on Friday, October 14, at 11 a.m. in Sydney and 10 a.m. in Melbourne. The pre-sale will begin on Wednesday, October 12, at 11 a.m. in Sydney and 10 a.m. in Melbourne.
One can purchase one of them through the websites: Stubhub, Vividseats, Viagigo, SeatGeek, Livenation, Ticketmaster, and Ticketnetwork.
Performance Track Record of the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ setlists for their 2022 tour will feature a mix of fan favorites and tracks from the band’s upcoming 12th studio album.
· Under the Bridge
· Can’t Stop
· Snow (Hey Oh)
· Scar Tissue
· By the Way
· Dani California
· The Zephyr Song
· Give It Away
· Dark Necessities
Red Hot Chili Peppers’ 2023 Australian tour dates are:
Saturday 21 – Auckland, Mt. Smart Stadium
Thursday 26 – Dunedin, Forsyth Barr Stadium
Sunday 29 – Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium
Thursday 2 – Sydney, Accor Stadium
Saturday 4 – Sydney, Accor Stadium (new show)
Tuesday 7 – Melbourne, Marvel Stadium
Thursday 9 – Melbourne, Marvel Stadium (new show)
Sunday 12 – Perth, Optus Stadium
After forming in the early 1980s when its members were still in high school, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have become one of the most famous rock bands in the world.
RHCP’s 2017 North American tour featured guest appearances from Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue and original drummer Jack Irons. On June 17, 2016, they released their newest studio album, The Getaway, which quickly rose to the #2 spot on the Billboard 200. A world tour celebrating the album’s arrival followed a string of North American warm-up gigs in early 2016. Stops were made at festivals in Europe, North America, and Asia. After being together since 1983, the band was finally admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. They have now received six Grammy Awards.