Die-hard Red Hot Chili Peppers fans vow to never see them perform again after their latest concert
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The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the biggest rock bands in the world.
Over the past 30 years, they've sold out just about ever arena and stadium there is.
But one of their latest performances has seen them come under some heat from long-time fans who weren't very impressed.
Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith, and John Frusciante all took to the stage at Accor Stadium in Sydney on Thursday (2 February) night as part of the band's 2023 Australian tour.
While it promised to be a veritable funk extravaganza, with Post Malone also on the bill, many in the crowd were not blown away with the set.
Taking to social media, some spectators even said they won't be forking out their hard earned cash to see them in the future. Ouch.
"Good experience (but) won’t see em again," one person said. "Their set was new song focused and the crowd struggled to feel it."
Another commented: “Wish I could take back my decision to go to RHCP. Absolutely gutted by that performance."
"Well, that was disappointing, definitely won’t be seeing them again!!!” promised a third.
While someone else added: "Been their biggest fan all my life and after that concert would never go again."
But just like anything, not everyone was so overcome with disappointment.
There were plenty of happy campers int he audience, who were blown away by the lads.
Writing on Twitter, one fan said: "Absolutely incredible show @ChiliPeppers thank you! Please come back again soon!"
Defending the group's set list, another commented: "Band release new albums since ur a teenager and you’re disappointed that they play them not that song you got drunk to that time?"
"They were touring their new album, it’s not a greatest hits tour," someone else explained.
While another fan added simply:" It was the greatest concert I’ve ever been to."
And for those of you who are so inclined, this is the full set list from last night's gig:
Can’t Stop (2002)
The Zephyr Song (2002)
Here Ever After (2022)
Snow (Hey Oh) (2006)
Throw Away Your Television (2002)
Reach Out (2022)
Soul to Squeeze (1993)
Nobody Weird Like Me (1989)
These Are the Ways (2022)
The Heavy Wing (2022)
The Drummer (2022)
Black Summer (2022)
By the Way (2002)
Sir Psycho Sexy (1991)
They’re Red Hot (Robert Johnson cover)
Give It Away (1991)
I mean, I think there's plenty of hits in there, personally, but...