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Red Hot Chili Peppers Sydney Big Day Out Show Available For Download

Written by Kiel Egging on January 23, 2013

Keen to let the memories of seeing the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the 2013 Big Day Out live on forever?

Well, if you’ve got a spare tenner on you – here’s the best investment you’ll make all week.

Like every other show on the band’s I’m With You world tour – the band are recording each of their Big Day Out performances and making them available for digital download a few days after. All of the shows are professionally recorded and mixed by Jason Gossman.

The band’s first Australian show at Big Day Out in Sydney last Friday is now available for download here.

You can grab the whole set for $9.99 as MP3s, or $12.99 in CD-quality FLAC or iTunes ALAC formats. Prices are in US dollars.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers remaining Australian shows are at the Big Day Out in Adelaide on Friday, Melbourne on Saturday and Perth on Monday. Tickets are still available for each show. Click here for all the maps and timetables.

You can watch the Chilis’ press conference at the Sydney Big Day Out here.

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