Saturday, May 27, 2023

Red Hot Chili Peppers cancel Glasgow show hours before they hit the stage

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have canceled a show in Glasgow due to illness, hours before they were due on stage.

The US band, whose hits include Can’t Stop, Under the Bridge and By the Way, were due to perform in Belhouston Park on Friday as part of their ongoing world tour.

However, in a brief statement posted on their social media pages, they said they were “working on ways to reschedule the show”.

The group urged fans to hold their tickets and wait for another update.

“RHCP loves Scotland and is so disappointed not to be able to make the show. Thank you for your understanding,” he wrote.

The statement did not provide any further details about who became ill or the nature of their illness, or whether it was related to COVID-19.

In recent weeks the band has performed to sold-out crowds in Manchester, London and Dublin.

Anderson was the one to support them in the Pak and The Free Nationals and the Thundercats in Glasgow.

Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar vocals Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea, drummers Chad Smith and John Frusciante.

Frusciante is back in the group after more than a decade, working on solo music.

He was with the band from 1988 to 1992. He reunited in 1998 and remained with her till 2009.

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