Red Hot Chili Peppers Tickets

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have been around the music industry since back in 1983 when they started their funk rock band. The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the greatest bands of all time, selling over 80 million records and having been nominated for a whopping 16 Grammy Awards and winning 6 of them. To top it off, the band has broken numerous records including the band with the most number one singles, the band that has been in the number one spot for the most collective weeks and they have the most top-ten songs on the Billboard Songs chart. With all of this success, it would be a shame to not see them live. Get your tickets from Razorgator today!
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Performing in Miami on May 1, the Red Hot Chili Peppers showed fans exactly what it means to have a funky time. In addition to playing hit songs like “Scar Tissue” and “Under the Bridge,” the Peppers also delivered a few covers and a bunch of improvised antics that had the fans at American Airlines Arena hooting and hollering. Through all the years this band has been rocking together, the musicians’ chemistry and talents have only become stronger and more fun to watch. The Chili Peppers will be at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis for a one-night engagement on May 18, and tickets are available starting as low as $82.
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If you have never before experienced the energy and excitement of the Red Hot Chili Peppers live in concert, now is your opportunity. Anthony Kiedis, Flea, and the rest of the crew are on an extensive tour currently scheduled to last through October. Known for iconic, classic hits such as “Under the Bridge,” “Californication,” “Otherside” and 2016’s “Dark Necessities,” they are not an act to be missed. If you are going to be in the Miami area on Saturday, April 29, be sure to catch the band at American Airlines Arena. Tickets to the show are currently on sale and can be purchased for prices starting as low as $182.

After a short stay in their hometown of Los Angeles, California, last week that included a high-energy show at the Staples Center, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back on the road. This week, they’re heading up the west coast for shows in Portland, Seattle and Vancouver before heading back down south for a rescheduled show in San Diego. A few shows in early March had to be postponed due to Anthony Kiedis’s bronchitis, but the Valley View Casino Center was able to accommodate a makeup show for this Tuesday, March 21. If you don’t have tickets, it’s not too late. We still have a few left for sale, and you won’t be disappointed at the variety of seating or our prices.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers were thrilled to perform in their hometown of Los Angeles this week. During their show at the Staples Center Tuesday, the band members joked about sleeping in their own beds and deciding where they were going to get burritos after the show. They better not get too used to the comforts of home, however, as they are set to head north this weekend. On Sunday, March 12, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will perform at the Oracle Arena in Oakland before heading to Portland for a show at the Moda Center at the Rose Garden on Wednesday, March 15. Tickets for either show are still available starting at $241 and $102, respectively.

It may be hard to believe, but Anthony Kiedis and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have been rocking and rolling for more than three decades. What’s even more impressive? They are still going strong, and they proved it last week. The Peppers took the stage of Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on February 13, and they sounded incredible as they shredded their way through 11 albums’ worth of material. It was a special event, as the show marked the band’s 35th anniversary together. Catch these living legends on Thursday, March 2, when they visit Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. Tickets are on sale and available for $232 and up.

The iconic Red Hot Chili Peppers are our on tour, and they are not holding back. In their latest show at Madison Square Garden, the band retained their punk-rock roots while providing fans with a spectacular arena show. During the concert, the band focused on performing songs from their latest album, "The Getaway," but they also played plenty of hits from throughout their career. There were hundreds of LED lights around to provide a fun atmosphere for the show. The band has two more shows at Madison Square Garden before they head to Denver to play on March 2. You can still get tickets to catch the performance in person, with prices starting at $114.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers kicked off the North American leg of their Getaway tour with a show in San Antonio on January 5. Fans got a chance to enjoy hits from their newest album, The Getaway, including "Dark Necessities," "Sick Love," and "Go Robot." They also played some of their greatest hits, including "Can't Stop." Despite some health problems of singer Anthony Kiedis, the band was in peak condition to provide an amazing show. The band has showed the same energy in several other cities in the first week of the tour, including New Orleans. They head next to Memphis to play on January 12 and Tulsa for a show on the 14. You can still get your tickets for $35 and up.

Although fans in North America still have a few weeks to wait before Anthony Kiedis and the Red Hot Chili Peppers return to the stage, the legendary rock group is already at it across the pond. Unfortunately, however, they were recently forced to postpone a couple of shows in Dublin, Ireland, due to the front man’s nagging case of the flu. These performances have been rescheduled for September of next year. The guys will now have a chance to rest and recover before kicking things off in North America. Their first show of 2017 is Thursday, January 5 at AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX. Tickets are $100 and up.

Time and time again, the Red Hot Chili Peppers prove that time is on their side. The band has been performing for over 30 years, and in early 2017 the guys will be touring the U.S. throughout January, February and March. The latest tour is to promote the group’s new LP, “The Getaway,” though shows will undoubtedly feature dozens of the hits that have made the Chili Peppers one of the most successful bands in history. The tour starts on January 5 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, and the band will play two more Texas shows before heading to New Orleans. Tickets for the first concert are currently priced as low as $81.
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