American punk rocker Red Hot Chili Peppers will headline the Superloop Adelaide 500 next year.
Famous for his greatest hit. Under the bridge and Californication, The band will end weekend races with a huge Sunday night concert on March 3rd.
The announcement remained confidential until last night, when the details were leaked by posting an Australian travel poster on Twitter.
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"We love Australia and can not wait to see all the fans in Adelaide when we put the curtains down.
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This is my first visit to Australia since the Big Day Out in 2013 and the first headline tour in 12 years.
The Peppers concert is a hat for Adelaide 500 organizers, so huge concerts guarantee the tradition of a weekend ending.
Tourism Minister David Ridgway said Red Hot Chili Peppers is the first of several exciting concerts ahead of the 2019 event.
Last year Robbie Williams packed thousands of racers for the weekend with compositions by KISS, Motley Crue, Hilltop Hoods and Cold Chisel.
The Adelaide show will be part of a massive national tour for the California band in Sydney, Hunter Valley, Brisbane, Melbourne, Geelong, Hobart and Perth.
Australia may have lost sight, but certainly did not consider the band.
Bassist Flea is famous for his charitable work as a musician at the inaugural fundraiser of the Fred Hollows Foundation in Los Angeles, composed by composer Joel Edgerton.
He has his own film <소년 지우개>In a recent premiere on the Red Carpet walked back to support Edgar Tone.
During their last visit, Frontman Anthony Kiedis left the country along the southern coast of NSW with his good friend Lara Bingle, now Worthington.
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