Red Hot Chili Peppers are rolling into the city of brotherly love on the latest date of their huge tour.
The funk-rock legends have been playing shows aross the United States and North America after a series of dates in Europe earlier in the summer.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are coming to Philadelphia.
They will be joined by a number of special guests.
If you have tickets or thinking of getting them, here is all you need to know:
When and where is Red Hot Chili Peppers next tour date?
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will play a show in Philadelphia.
They will play Citizens Bank Park on Saturday (3 September).
What time will the concert start?
The concert at Citizens Bank Park is scheduled to start at 6.30pm (local time) on 3 September.
There will be two support acts before the Red Hot Chili Peppers perform.
Can you get tickets?
Standar tickets are still available from Ticketmaster.
Prices start at $44.50 each.
What is the possible setlist?
Setlist.fm have confirmed the songs played by the band at Petco Park in Seattle on 3 August.
It was as follows:
- Intro Jam
- Around the World
- Dani California
- The Zephyr Song
- Aquatic Mouth Dance
- Snow ((Hey Oh))
- I Like Dirt
- These Are the Ways
- Parallel Universe (tour debut)
- Tell Me Baby
- Whatchu Thinkin’
- Me & My Friends
- It’s Only Natural
- Black Summer
- Give It Away
- Soul to the Squeeze
- By the Way
Who are the support acts?
For the Los Angeles show this weekend, the Chili Peppers will be supported by Beck and Thundercat.
In Seattle on 3 August, they will be supported by The Strokes and Thundercat, with The Strokes supporting them again on 6 August in Paradise, Nevada, along with King Princess.
From 10 August through 8 September, the support acts will be The Strokes and Thundercat again.
St Vincent and Thundercat will support the band at Fenway Park on 10 September.
The Strokes and Thundercat will again be the support acts on 15 September and 18 September.
What are the dates on the tour?
- 31 July - SoFi Stadium - Inglewood, LA
- 3 August - T-Mobile Park- Seattle
- 6 August - Allegiant Stadium - Paradise, Nevada
- 10 August - Truist Park - Cumberland
- 12 August - Nissan Stadium - Nashville
- 14 August - Comercia Park - Detroit
- 17 August - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey
- 19 August - Soldier Field - Chicago
- 21 August - Rogers Center - Toronto, Canada
- 30 August - Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens
- 1 September - Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte
- 3 September - Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia
- 8 September - Nationals Park - Washington D.C.
- 10 September - Fenway Park - Boston
- 15 September - Camping World Stadium - Orlando
- 18 September - Globe Life Center - Arlington
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Netflix’s Trainstock: Woodstock ‘99 was released this week and has left viewers in “shock” over the dramatic events.
The festival became infamous after breaking out into violence and riots.
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