Red Hot Chilli Peppers UK tickets: How much are they and where to buy them

After playing at Old Trafford in Manchester, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are set to perform at stadiums in London and Glasgow

Red Hot Chilli Peppers tickets: How much are they and where to buy them
Find out all you need to know here

American rock band Red Hot Chilli Peppers will be continuing their UK tour at London and Glasgow – and this is how you can get tickets.

The music icons kicked off the UK leg of their Unlimited Love world tour in Manchester yesterday, bringing their wild rock and roll spirit to the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground.

With only three UK dates left, there’s still time to get tickets if you haven’t already.

Tickets are currently available on Ticketmaster here – so it’s best to act fast if you don’t want to miss out.

Here’s everything you need to know:

How to get tickets

All tickets for Red Hot Chilli Peppers concerts are currently available to book online through Ticketmaster. Click here to buy.

While many are filling up fast, there are still some spaces available, but you’ll need to be quick. There are two shows happening in London this week on Saturday and Sunday.

After the London performances, the rock band will take their fiery spirit to Glasgow on July 1st.

How much are they?

The London Stadium has a variety of options still available. Seated tickets are available from £106.80 per person, while VIP packages are priced from £217.

When are the UK dates?

Saturday 25 June – London Stadium

Sunday 26 June – London Stadium

Friday 1 July – Bellahouston Park, Glasgow

What to expect

Red Hot Chilli Peppers are here after releasing their first studio album in over six years, Unlimited Love.

The band members – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and John Frusciante – touched down in the UK yesterday in Manchester to kick off a string of gigs for Brits.

Fans can expect some of the new tracks as well as their hit classics like Californication and Give it Away during the anticipated shows.

Those who attend the London and Glasgow performances will also see rapper Anderson .Paak, R&B upstarts Free Nationals and Thundercat.

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