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2017: Red Hot Chili Peppers North American Tour

The Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Red Hot Chili Peppers will celebrate the release of their first studio album in five years with a major international tour to start stateside in January 2017. Stadiums across North America have been reserved through the end of June; the group will end its tour at a summer music festival most likely, or they might add more tour dates.


The Red Hot Chili Peppers declared the addition of more than 20 cities to the first part of their 2017 tour. See the full schedule at the bottom of this page.


Fans that found Red Hot Chili Peppers during their many festival stops in 2016 have gotten a taste of what their new music sounds like live. “The Getaway” fell on June 17 and ultimately peaked at No. 1.


The Getaway Tour will feature support either from Orleans Avenue, Trombone Shorty or Jack Irons at pre-determined dates. Not long before the 2017 tour was scheduled, the Red Hot Chili Peppers released the video for the record single, “Go Robot ,” featured below.


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Jan. 5 – San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
Jan. 7 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Jan. 8 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Arena
Jan. 10 – New Orleans, La., Smoothie King Center
Jan. 12 – Memphis, Tenn., FedExForum
Jan. 14 – Tulsa, Okla., BOK Center
Jan. 15 – Wichita, Kan., Intrust Bank Arena
Jan. 18 – St. Louis, Mo., Scottrade Center
Jan. 20 – Lincoln, Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena
Jan. 21 – Minneapolis, Minn., Target Center

Feb. 2 – Detroit, Mich., Joe Louis Arena
Feb. 4 – Toronto, Air Canada Centre
Feb. 7 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden
Feb. 10 – Buffalo, N.Y., KeyBank Center
Feb. 12 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Arena
Feb. 15 – New York, N.Y., Madison Square Garden

March 2 – Denver, Colo., Pepsi Center
March 4 – Glendale, Ariz., Gila River Arena
March 5 – San Diego, Calif., Valley View Casino Center
March 7 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
March 12 – Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena
March 15 – Portland, Ore., Moda Center at Rose Quarter
March 17 – Seattle, Wash., KeyArena
March 18 – Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

April 12 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
April 14 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena
April 15 – Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
April 17 – Charlotte, N.C., Spectrum Center
April 19 – Columbia, S.C., Colonial Life Arena
April 22 – North Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
April 24 – Jacksonville, Fla., Veterans Memorial Arena
April 26 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
April 27 – Tampa, Fla., Amalie Arena
April 29 – Miami, Fla., American Airlines Arena

May 11 – Pittsburgh, Pa., PPG Paints Arena
May 13 – Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena
May 14 – Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
May 16 – Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
May 18 – Indianapolis, Ind., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
May 19 – Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Bank Arena
May 21 – Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
May 23 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena
May 26 – Winnipeg, MTS Centre
May 28 – Edmonton, Rogers Place
May 29 – Calgary, Scotiabank Saddledome

June 18 – Quebec, Videotron Centre
June 20 – Montreal, Bell Centre
June 22 – Hamilton, FirstOntario Centre
June 23 – Ottawa, Canadian Tire Centre
June 25 – Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena
June 30 – Chicago, Ill., United Center

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