Watch Red Hot Chili Peppers Pyramids full concert

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Red Hot Chili Peppers will allow fans around the world to watch a stream of their special performance from the Pyramids in Giza on Friday (15.03.19).

The Concert  starts at 18:15 Minutes

The ‘Give It Away’ hitmakers are set to perform the special concert from the Pyramids of Giza – one of the seven wonders of the world – on March 15, with people all over the world able to tune via the band’s website at 6pm BST (11am PT). (Source Femalefirst)

“The pyramids, it’s unbelievable, we just jumped at the opportunity.”

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have shared the details of a special concert at one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

The band’s debut gig in Egypt is to be no understated affair, with a full concert being livestreamed from the Pyramids of Giza on March 15. Fans can watch the show from 11am PT (6pm BST) via the band’s website.

The Chilis join Sting, Mariah Carey, Shakira, and Frank Sinatra in the list of acts that have previously performed at the Pyramids.

Bassist Flea said in a statement: “Before each new place my body tingled with excitement, a yearning for a new mystery to unfold, a fascination with a new culture, the possibility of new friends, tasting new food, smelling new tastes, absorbing new rhythms.

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“Learning. Learning. Learning. It is happening again right now, my heart is abuzz with joy at the prospect of performing in Egypt. I’m so grateful and humbled for the impending experience.”

He continued: “The pyramids, it’s unbelievable, we just jumped at the opportunity… I have always been fascinated by Egypt and that region of the world and I am so excited to go.”

Drummer Chad Smith spoke about the progress on his band’s new material, revealing that their plans to write and record were adversely affected by the devastating Woolsey Fire which spread through southern California in late 2018, killing four people and destroying scores of properties and homes.

“We started to work on [the new album], which, for us, is just getting in a room and making some noise and putting some notes together,” Smith told Sirius XM’s Volume West. “And then the fires came, and the house we were working in – there was no damage, it didn’t burn down, but we couldn’t get back in there. So that halted our [progress].” (Source NME)

 

 

 

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