The world-famous American rock group from California, Red Hot Chili Peppers, have announced that they will make a stop in Spain during their next tour.

They will present their latest album The Getaway, which will be included in the repertoire of four concerts planned for Barcelona and Madrid this coming autumn.

 

This is their eleventh studio album, and it was only released on 17 June this year, almost five years since their last album I’m with You, which came out in 2011.

It has been produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Nigel Godrich. The first single that the band have released from the new album is Dark Necessities, which is available from all digital platforms.

Five years have also passed since the last time this globally popular band performed live in Spain, but for Red Hot Chili Pepper fans, you’ll only have to wait a few more months before you can go and see them in concert again.

These forthcoming concerts will take place at the Barclaycard Centre in Madrid on Wednesday, 28 September and at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on Sunday, 2 October. These are additional dates as tickets for the concerts on the previous days in each city sold out in just one hour.

Tickets have been on sale since the beginning of June and prices range between 50 euro and 90 euro.

Anyone that purchases a ticket to the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ concerts in Spain will receive a bar code with which they will be able to download The Getaway or receive a physical copy for free.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers is one of the most successful bands in the history of rock music, selling around 60 million albums since they emerged on the scene.

The have won numerous awards including Grammys for “Best Rock Album” (Stadium Arcadium), “Best Rock Song” (Scar Tissue) and “Best Interpretation of a Hard Rock Vocal” (Give It Away).

 

The Red Hot Chili Peppers is formed by Anthony Kiedis, the lead singer and frontman; Chad Smith on drums; Flea on bass guitar; and Josh Klinghoffer on lead guitar.

Tickets can be purchased from official outlets including doctormusic.com, Ticketmaster.es, Fnac, Viajes Halcon and Carrefour.

Source: www.doctormusic.com, www.elmundo.es