Red Hot Chili Peppers (pictured in 1990) have announced an Australian and New Zealand tour with American rapper Post Malone as a special guest
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Red Hot Chili Peppers announce Australian tour in early 2023 with special guest Post Malone

Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced an Australian and New Zealand tour with American rapper Post Malone as a special guest.

The band, known for their hits Under the Bridge, Knock Me Down, Give It Away and Dani California, will perform in major stadiums from January to February 2023.

The tour will include performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin.

Red Hot Chili Peppers (pictured in 1990) have announced an Australian and New Zealand tour with American rapper Post Malone as a special guest

Red Hot Chili Peppers (pictured in 1990) have announced an Australian and New Zealand tour with American rapper Post Malone as a special guest

Post Malone will be join the band as a special guest

Post Malone will be join the band as a special guest

The band’s Melbourne born bassist, Flea, hinted earlier this year they would soon be touring Australia. 

He told The Daily Telegraph at the time: ‘We’re definitely coming.

‘We’re all booked up until the end of this year, so I don’t think we could get there this year.’

It has been four years since Post Malone last performed in Australia, and Red Hot Chili Peppers hasn’t toured Down Under since 2019.  

Flea, who owns a property in NSW, last visited for a holiday in December 2021. 

In April this year, the legendary alternative-rock band was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

In April this year, the legendary alternative-rock band was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (pictured during the ceremony)

In April this year, the legendary alternative-rock band was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (pictured during the ceremony)

During the ceremony, drummer Chad Smith name-dropped prior members of the band because ‘they’re all part of our journey’.

Anthony Kiedis added the story of the band is ‘not a story of individuals’.

‘Something happens when we come together which is much greater than the individual parts, we are much greater than the sum total of our parts,’ Kiedis said.

The tour, which takes place from January to February 2023, will include performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin

The tour, which takes place from January to February 2023, will include performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin 

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