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California rockers the Red Hot Chili Peppers have confirmed that they will play an intimate show at Camden’s Roundhouse on November 22.

This will be the band’s smallest UK since 2002, when they played at the London Garage.

The Chilis played an acclaimed UK tour in July this year, culminating with four sold-out shows at London’s Earl’s Court. They also headlined this summer’s T in the Park festival.

In stark contrast, the forthcoming Roundhouse gig will be an exclusive gig for XFM competition winners, although a few tickets will also be made available to RHCP fans on the band’s website.

Meanwhile the band will release “Snow (Hey Oh)” on November 20th the third single to be taken from their Uncut five-star rated double-album “Stadium Arcadium”.


To go to the RHCP’s official website—click here

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