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Triple J To Broadcast RHCP Live From Sydney Big Day Out

Written by Mike Hohnen on January 2, 2013

The cats from triple j have announced that they will be broadcasting the Red Hot Chili Peppers performance at the Sydney leg of next this year’s Big Day Out festival.

Taking place on Friday 18 January, the set will be the first of the entire tour, but the goodness doesn’t stop there. Stacks of other sets and oddities will be broadcast live through triple j on the day. Listeners can expect a full lineup of coverage in the coming days, but it’s sure to be the ultimate remedy to the no-ticket-blues.

The last time the Chili Willies were in town was 5 years ago in support of their then most current album Stadium Arcadium. This was followed by a hiatus from the band, which was officially broken with their recent release I’m With You. The band will be performing with new guitarist, Josh Klinghoffer

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