Red Hot Chili Peppers Add New Dates To Their 2017 North American Tour

Joe Webb

by Joe Webb

Published October 26, 2016

Red Hot Chili Peppers recently added a handful of new stops to their already massive world tour in 2017, which will be stopping in cities across the U.S. such as Detroit, St. Louis, San Diego and more.

The Getaway Tour, which began back in February, is about to kick off its North American portion on Jan. 5 in San Antonio, Texas. Tickets to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers are on sale now and, on average, are coming in at $247 on the secondary market.

According to the data provided by TicketIQ, prices remain in demand for the newly-added performances, such as their now-second stop in Boston on Feb. 8 at TD Garden, where tickets can be found as low as $81. In Philadelphia, they will remain in the city for a second night performing at the Wells Fargo Center on Feb. 13, where tickets are averaging $189.   

Also in February, Red Hot Chili Peppers added two new dates in New York City at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 17 and 18. Here, tickets for now all three stops are currently averaging $327, and the cheapest ticket can be found for $119, which would get you into the Feb. 17 show.

The band will round out their time in California with two shows added to their March 7 stop at The Staples Center in Los Angeles for March 8 and 10. Currently, all three performances feature an average ticket price of $309, making it one of the most expensive stops of the tour. They are scheduled to wrap up their route in the states on March 17 in Seattle, before heading to Vancouver for one final night.

Throughout the tour, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be joined by both Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue across their dates as the opening band. During January, Jack Irons will also be a supporting act. The Getaway Tour is in support of their latest and 11th studio record of the same name, which was released back in June.

The band has not been out on the road together since 2014, and the tour is expected to run 18 months. The band are currently overseas playing across Europe, and will remain there for the rest of 2016.
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