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Red Hot Chili Peppers Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 24



5.0 star rating Scott R from Kansas City, Missouri


Absolutely incredible show. RHCP are one of, if not the last, 90's alternative rock/funk bands still putting out great music and jaw-dropping live performances. The light and visual display is by far the most impressive and extravagant I've ever seen. Mildly dissapointed in a 90 minute set but still well worth every penny. Go see them. They still got it.

5.0 star rating Ollie from Hamilton, Ontario


Fantastic show, high energy. I haven't been to a concert as good in years. Just want to say though deerhoof was horrific. Was the plan in having them as the warm up band to give us all splitting headaches? They were pretentious and the lead singer was a miss kitty wannabe. I could have done without the breathless pause filled observations from the band member.

5.0 star rating Stevil from Highland, Michigan


By far one of the best rock band on the planet. My wife and I have seen the band many times, and have never been disappointed. The music was stellar and so was the light show. Absolutely amazing.

5.0 star rating The Mazz from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Great show with tons of energy. Phenomenal light show. This is the Rolling Stones of my generation and they know how to please the crowd. Insane concert experience.

5.0 star rating Brian Baker from Bham Ala


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.

5.0 star rating Steve W from Chicago, Illinois


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!

5.0 star rating Adam Briggs from Chicago, Illinois


I have seen over 1000 concerts, no im not kidding, from Guns and Roses to Muse, Slayer to Phish, Keith Urban to the Grateful Dead. First off to anyone saying they are upset that the band played songs the crowd didnt know... They are touring a new album... If you didnt listen to Unlimited Love ay least 5 times through before this show, you didnt do your homework, the album is fantastic, and its your own fault for showing up unprepaired... Beyond that. These are 4 of the best touring musicians alive... Theyre all 61+ minus John Fruciante.... Who by other musicians was just voted the best guitatiist of this era, since Jimi Hendrix.... his Idol. Their energy was never lacking, the show was absolute perfection, and if you didnt appreciate what they just threw down, congrats on wasting your time and money. I thought I knew what good live music was, the Chili Peppers just redefined it for me. Top 3 shows ive ever seen out of... Again.... Over 1000, hands down no questions asked.

5.0 star rating Kim from Charlotte, North Carolina


Have not been to a live show obiviously due to covid.Left my worries behind.Great energy ,saw families with young children made my heart HAPPY!I was with my adult children just a great vibe!

5.0 star rating Scott from Boston, Massachusetts


Saw them in Boston tonight. Could the show have lasted a little longer with some more fan favorites, absolutely ( think Can't Stop and Venice Queen). Other than that, they sounded amazing, musically they were tight, and Anthony, vocally, was on his A game. Their catalog is huge and a few more songs would have been great. To end, no rock band does an opening jam like the Chili Peppers and if the show stopped after was a huge success. Frusciante, Flea, and Chad Smith absolutely killed it!

5.0 star rating Celestine Holt from Boston, Massachusetts


Stellar performance but so disrespectful to not address your audience at Fenway. Paid big bucks for tickets, travel, parking,etc and the band could have acknowledged the adoring die hard fans in a crowded blazing hot arena . Anthony looked bored but still he should know better . He. Californicated Boston. Otherwise they were more than great even though they left all wanting for Under the Bridge.

5.0 star rating Ters from Vancouver, British Columbia


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!

5.0 star rating from Houston, Texas


One of THE BEST shows ever. Houston showed love to the band and they showed love to Houston. The energy was incredible and I was super happy to hear old faves ( Blood, Sugar). The band played against the beautiful backdrop of our H-Town sunset and it was magical. Thanks to the Peppers for a great time. The Strokes played 5 songs and sounded like they were playing through a tin can the whole time. I was disappointed. Couldn't understand a thing Casablancas was saying. Their set ended abruptly with the lights being cut on, music stopping and the band just waking off the stage.

4.0 star rating OldManPewPew from Washington, District of Columbia


Sound quality and performance was solid. Crowd seemed half asleep for a good % of the show.

4.0 star rating from Hershey, PA


I have mixed feelings about the show. They sounded great but there were a few audio glitches or maybe Anthony stumbled over the lyrics a few times? I just thought that he would have a little more energy. He appeared a bit bored. The rest of the band was more a little more into it but there was very little interaction with the crowd other than Flea mumbling a few incoherent things. I was most surprised by the set list, which contained a lot of little known songs, while big hits weren’t played. The encore was weak at 2 songs. I’ve never been to such a short concert - 90 minutes.

3.0 star rating Chris G from Everett, Washington


They started and finished strong, but the entire middle was nap-worthy. I feel like I know a fair amount of their catalog and had never even heard a number of the songs (judging by most of the crowd, they hadn't either). It was awesome to see them so I'm glad we went, just felt like they were kind of going through the motions with minimal energy and true connection with the crowd, and I would have liked to hear more of their up-tempo and well-known songs.

3.0 star rating Robert Fudjinski from Nashville, Tennessee


Have always loved them but this concert was definitely not my favorite. They didn't play their hit songs which was not okay, and their music was 1,000 times too loud. Everyone in the stadium next to me complained that it was too loud we couldn't understand what they were saying. More than half of the people we went with left early because of the intensity of their volume.

3.0 star rating Dange 712 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


I’ve been to at least 4 of their concerts and this one was the most disappointing . They have so much material to play and yet they bored us with guitar jams and a cover song. While they are still excellent musicians I feel that their energy was off and they didn’t make much of an effort to interact with the crowd . Where was Scar Tissue and Under the Bridge ? I’m also not the biggest fan of these mega outdoor arena’s . It loses something when your so distant from the band and have to rely on Jumbo screens in order to see them . With all that said ….They will always be my favorite band and I’m sure that I will be buying a ticket to their next venue .

3.0 star rating Bryan from Reno, Nevada


The performance was great, high energy on the stage and they even added some amazing solos/extra notes which was a nice taste the chili peppers. As others have mention they didn't play "Under a Bridge" which was kind of disappointing, but the rest of the songs were great. Audio quality was pretty bad. I sat on the floor in approximately the middle of the entire stadium. It was excessively loud and unbalanced the vocals could barely be heard over the instruments at some points and even almost every time Flea would talk in-between songs everyone around me was like "what did he say?". The opener 'Saint Vincent' sounded amazing with far better proving it wasn't an issue with reverb in the stadium. As for the financials, ticket pricing was way over priced with excessive fees as usual with the only ticket vendor (TM). Merch was about 3x retail price. And we spent about ~$50/per person for food and drinks so that was cool. Overall RHCP are legends and I would see them again if I could.

3.0 star rating Memphis Man from Memphis, Tn


We love RHCP. Have seen them 3 times. Most recently last summer in Nashville. Harrisburg was disappointing. Short set list. Low energy from the crowd and the band. Seems like they mailed this one in.

3.0 star rating Nunya from West Palm Beach, Florida


845pm and still no show.. An instrumental opening act that lasted way too long and nothing else. Hope they put on a good show, our tickets were not cheap 🌶️🤐

2.0 star rating Sam from San Diego, California


I thought this concert was one of the most boring concerts I’ve been to. There was little interaction from the band to connect with the crowd, there was a few fans cheering, but not like most concerts were fans were excited. People were leaving before the encore. Videography sucked and was spotty at best. Anthony seemed bored - and said little to engage the crowd…. but hey, they’ve been doing this for 40 years… flea said the most about surfing in pb… whatever…

2.0 star rating Bri from Las Vegas, Nevada


How do you not play Under The Bridge ? It’s not right to do that to your fans. They paid to see you, not the other way around. Give them what they want ! And I know there were technical problems, so they had to jam, but the jamming was at least 35% of the entire show.. Fans do NOT want to see too much of it, especially if you’re jamming instead of playing your biggest song of all time. Very disappointed.

2.0 star rating Bobbi wheeler from Orlando, Florida


My favorite band of all time and my first ring tone on my first cell phone and I am so disappointed. This was my first time seeing rhcp, lights where terrible, sound was terrible,unorganized event. I have read there book and I am very disappointed in them. Felt like they just gave up. 2 hours late and only played half there set. I want my money back this was a rip off. Drove 2 hours to see them and it was a complete waste of time.

2.0 star rating Ryan Anderson from Vancouver, British Columbia


What can I say... the Red Hot Chilli Peppers did not deliver when it came to Vancouver 2023. Seeing many moments where the vocalist singing newer (not hit) tracks, glancing at the floor for prolonged periods of time and struggling to read/remember his lyrics on the spot. To the Band not playing multiple big hits such as there number two listened to song on Spotify "Under The Bridge". Perhaps they spent to much time playing wild noise in disguise as drum and guitar solos than there actual songs that many people love and wish they saw. For a concert that many people spent hundreds of dollars to see its unfortunate to say that I would not recommend them as a show in the future worth seeing and will never watch them again. They have a better memory for me in a play list.


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