The band from California is preparing to start a tour of the United States and Europe, but apparently it could extend to our region.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are about to embark on a tour of the United States/Canada and Europe and together with a select group of opening acts that will be accompanying them (The Strokes, St. Vincent, the Mars Volta, Thundercat and City and Color, Iggy Pop and the Roots and King Princess) on different dates. However, a publication on the networks of the South American band is excited to be part of the tour.
The group formed by the vocalist Anthony Kiedisthe guitarist John frusciantethe bass player flea and the drummer Chad Smith He uploaded a photo with an image of the map of Brazil next to a flag of that country. The message was quickly filled with messages, it would not be strange if the band soon announced shows in Brazil and other parts of the region.
The announcement comes after the band released a pair of chart-topping rock albums that were released in 2022, “Unlimited Love” and “Return of the Dream Canteen”. (Both were created with producer Rick Rubin and the guitarist John frusciante, who made headlines when he returned to the band in late 2019 after a 10-year hiatus). The band also earned a 2023 Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song for “Black Summer”.
The band recently wrapped up their biggest tour yet, a 40-date arena run that spanned cities including London, Paris, Los Angeles and more. Artists like A$AP Rocky, Anderson Paak, Beck, haim and more joined the band as opening acts until 2022.
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