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Red Hot Chili Peppers sold out their first show in River in hours and they are already putting a second date on sale


The new show will be on November 26 at the Monumental. A few hours ago, they had sold the 80,000 tickets for the first, on the 24th.

Red Hot Chili Peppers sold out their first date in just three hours

and announce their second River for November 26.

Tickets can be purchased from

this Wednesday (March 29) at 10 am, entering only on the official platform 

A few days ago -on Friday the 24th- we gave great news for all Red Hot fans: we said that tickets to see them (again) were already on sale on Friday, November 24, at the Monumental de Núñez.

Red Hot Chili Peppers, a global rock legend that continues to produce new hits.

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The Homeland


We repeat, 80,000 tickets sold in a few hours clearly speak of a monumental admiration (of Núñez) for the Californian band.

A (not so) curious fact perfectly depicts the romance between Argentina and the Red Hot: the


, which begins this Wednesday (March 29) in Vancouver, Canada, has 34 dates and ends, precisely, with the River show that , to underline, is the first and only one that until now was able to hang the

sold out sign.

In short: it turns out that

the Peppers go on a world tour and the first date they sell out, out of a total of 34, is the last one, ours!

The producer responsible for the show, DF Entertainment, confirmed the information: "On its first day of sale, all tickets were sold out to see the return of Red Hot Chili Peppers to Argentina with its most successful formation (Anthony Kiedis, John Frusciante, Flea and Chad Smith).

Red Hot Chili Peppers, whose current lineup is: Anthony Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith.

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The show will take place

on November 24 at the River Plate Stadium and more than 80,000 people will be part of the explosive encounter


Homeland RedHotera


the voracious and rapid sale of tickets

for November 24, in short, should not be described as curious or surprising is marked by the number of times the band has visited us: this will be the eighth.

The flyer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers show in River.

They already came in


(Obras Sanitarias, January 25 and 26),


(Luna Park, October 5 and 6),


(Vélez Sarsfield, January 24),


(River, October 16),


(River, October 18),


(San Isidro Racetrack, Lollapalooza, April 2) and


(San Isidro Racetrack, Lollapalooza, March 16).

a new stage

Following the reinstatement of the great guitarist John Frusciante in 2019 after a ten-year absence from the band, two new Red Hot Chili Peppers albums saw the light of day in 2022:

Unlimited Love


Return of the Dream Canteen


At the end of last year, the group announced a world tour with its most famous formation, confirming dates in North America and Europe to present the new songs, as well as to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

Rumors about the South American leg of the tour have not stopped growing since November of last year, when a video of the band's drummer, Chad Smith, went viral,

assuring an Argentine fan that they would play in the country again in 2023.

The dates announced at the beginning of March in Brazil revived the dream that today becomes a reality.

Red Hot Chili Peppers will come to Argentina for the eighth time, where they have thousands of fans.

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The show in River promises to be the opportunity to meet again with the Red Hot and be part of the crossroads between the adrenaline of their premieres and the obligatory passage through the classics, linked to memories of different stages in the lives of their thousands of fans.

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Source: clarin

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