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Red Hot Chilli Peppers will come to Warsaw

Red Hot Chilli Peppers will come to Warsaw
Red Hot Chilli Peppers will come to Warsaw

On July 27, 2012 the concert of one of the most famous rock bands of our time - Red Hot Chilli Peppers - will be held in Warsaw. They will present their show at the Bemovo airport. For Red Hot Chilli Peppers concert in Warsaw will be the first performance in Poland over the past five years. The latest Red Hot Chilli Peppers show in Poland was held in 2007 in Chorzow.

The “peppers” will visit Poland as part of their European tour. In addition to Poland during the tour the musicians will also visit other Eastern European countries.

It should be noted that this year tour will be one of the busiest in the band history. For the group the new tour in support of the “I'm with you” album released in 2011 will be the first tour for the last 2.5 years.

In addition to Warsaw Red Hot Chilli Peppers has an impressive list of sites in Eastern Europe, which the band intends to visit. These are St.Petersburg and Moscow in Russia, Kiev, Kaunas, Tallinn, Bucharest, Prague, Sofia and Zagreb. The tour promises a lot of surprises. So, for example in Kiev Red Hot Chilli Peppers will perform with one of the most popular British bands of recent times - Kasabian.

For Red Hot Chilli Peppers new world tour will also be the first since guitarist John Frusciante left the band. Now his place in the team passed to Josh Klinghoffer.

Warsaw can rightfully be considered as one of the main concert capital of Europe. The capital of Poland is annually visited by several world stars. So, along with Red Hot Chilli Peppers this year the capital of Poland expects Coldplay, Madonna, Linkin Park, Metallica, and The Cranberries.

Ilya Kalachev

Date: 31/03/2012

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