Red Hot Chili Peppers rounded off their epic 10-run date of Australian shows with a record-breaking performance at Perth’s HBF Park (formerly nib Stadium) last night.
Setting a new maximum attendance record of 32,932, the band have eclipsed the previous venue records of 32,000 held by Ed Sheeran and 31,997 by Foo Fighters prior to that.
The run of shows also reportedly set new maximum ticket sales attendance records in Hobart, Hope Estate Winery and at the Adelaide Superloop 500.
According to Live Nation, tickets sales were in excess of 200,000 tickets with a gross approaching AUD $30 million dollars.
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Frontman Anthony Kiedis reportedly engaged with fans at the front of the stage to get the message out that his microphone wasn’t working, while bassist Flea kept the crowd entertained by performing handstands.
“It is clear these legendary musicians won’t stop playing to packed-out stadiums anytime soon.”
Let’s just say that Sydney fans were incredibly fortunate to be there…
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith surprised just about everybody when he showed up at Golden Age Of Ballooning‘s show in Brisbane last night.
“Perth hasn’t had that much fun on a Tuesday night in years.”