Red Hot Chilli Peppers Announce Australian Stadium Tour with Post Malone – Music Reads

Two huge names join forces for one huge tour

It has been almost 40 years since the red hot chili peppers first got together, and the band is still in sparkling touch.

Earlier this year the band released unlimited lovetheir 12th studio record and the first with legendary guitarist John Frusciante in over a decade.

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It’s impossible to give a true indication of the band’s vast influence and impact on popular music over the decades as they grew into cultural icons and musical touchstones for so many artists who followed in their wake.

They’ve been in the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame for a decade, spent more time at the top of the American alternative charts than literally any other artist in history, and have over 100 in their time. million records sold. †

The band loves Australia and has toured here countless times, but fans will be no less excited to learn that they’ve booked their flights back for a big run of four shows in early 2023.

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The Chili Peppers are going big on this tour. Really big. They’ve booked up four stadiums across the country to make some of their biggest Australian dates ever, and they’re bringing a heavy punch.

Post Malone is one of the biggest names in music right now.

Each of the 26-year-old rapper and singer’s four albums, including last month’s fourth album Twelve carat toothachehave spent time in the top five of the Australian charts, and he’s always been one of the most-streamed artists of every year since breaking out half a decade ago.

His second album, 2018’s Beerbons & Bentleyshas been certified triple platinum in Australia and the biggest tracks persist for years after release.

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Post Malone joins the Chili Peppers on this massive tour of Australia, which will spice up the Australian summer when it kicks off in Brisbane at the end of January.

This will be the legendary Californian band’s first Australian tour since early 2019, as they showed why they’ve been such a lasting force at arena shows across the country.

See Red Hot Chili Peppers and Post Malone in the following shows next summer. Tickets are on sale from Monday 11 July.

Sunday January 29 – Lang Park, Brisbane
Thursday, February 2 – Accor Stadium, Sydney
Tuesday, February 7 – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
Sunday February 12 – Optus Stadium, Perth

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