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Red Hot Chili Peppers at Hard Rock Live

Why see Red Hot Chili Peppers?

The Peppers' continue their tour!

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have extended their tour into 2024! In celebration of the two recent albums 'Unlimited Love' and 'Return Of The Dream Canteen', these brand new dates will feature artists like Kid Cudi, Ice Cube, Ken Carson, Otoboke Beaver, Sean Kuti, Wand and Irontom on selected dates. You can expect to hear their newest material alongside fan favorites!

With an impressive yet turbulent nearly four decades history under their belts, this band has experienced both the lows of past drug abuse and stratospheric heights of success along the way. Their most commercially successful album to date remains 1999's Californication, and in 2012 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Catch them playing Getaway cuts alongside 'By the Way', 'Scar Tissue', 'Suck My Kiss', and 'Dani California'.

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Finished Jun 23


Customer reviews

23 reviews, average rating: (4.0 Stars)


Funky Monks in their 60’s!!!

Still the tightest hard hitting funk rockers that have more than passed the test of time! They had the crowd of all ages on their feet for the entire set. Plus an unforgettable encore! ... Read more

Steve W

RHCP fills soldiers field

The Strokes did a nice job of warming up the crowd, yet when RHCP came on we knew it was gonna be a great evening. I was concerned they were going to push the new album, but the group came out strong and hammered us for nearly 2 hours. I was out of energy from all the dancing and everywhere I looked fans were just letting loose. AK and Flea have so much fun on stage you can't be uptight. Do oit! ... Read more

Brian Baker

Peppers better than Ever

The Chili Peppers show in Atlanta Braves stadium lived up to the hype.Stadium shows can be dodgy affairs,spotty sound,weather,stage placement,but none of the above for Wednesdays show at Truist park,the heat had dissapated following the Strokes ,who did not dissapoint.From the opening jam the crowd were standing on the field,I personally was watching John Frusciante for just the 2nd time since 1991,his playing was above and beyond my expectations,Keidis vocally did the studio versions justice,and seems to be working out a bit more lately,all the women around me had their phones on him Alot,Some reviews of this tour slag the band for new songs,well it's a tour for a new album,duh.Robert Johnson's Red hot was a hilarious and vocally difficult song to pull off,Flea was in fine form,and for our sake wore underwear,Rain started to fall during the last song and while the Peppers bade farewell to Atlanta,I think they appreciated the crowd and will come back again. ... Read more


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