Los Angeles rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers will play inside the brand new Amoeba Music store in Hollywood on April 7 in support of her new album, “Unlimited Love.”
Amoeba announced on its website Wednesday that fans who purchase the limited-edition vinyl album in Los Angeles when it’s released on April 1 will receive a limited-edition commemorative ticket and poster. There will also be an exclusive Amoeba x RHCP pop-up store celebrating “Unlimited Love” located at the Melrose Trading Post at Fairfax High School from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 3.
The group, which formed in Los Angeles in 1983, will also receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at a ceremony on March 31. ‘Unlimited Love’ is the band’s 12th studio album and reunites longtime members – vocalist Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith – with guitarist John Frusciante, who joined the band in 2019 after 10 years in the band. ‘absence.
To further celebrate the group’s first new album in six years, SiriusXM has announced that it will be launching “Whole Lotta Red Hot”, a channel dedicated to RHCP, on April 1. the group will also participate in their 2022 world stadium tourhis first tour in five years, this summer and will perform at Petco Park in San Diego on July 27 with Haim and Thundercat and at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on July 31 with Beck and Thundercat.