Red Hot Chili Peppers bring “I’m With You” tour to Little Rock
The Red Hot Chili Peppers made up its canceled March 26, Verizon Arena show Thursday night in Little Rock.
The band is touring in support of its 10th studio album, “I’m With You.”
The tour had been put on hold when lead singer Anthony Kiedis injured his right foot late last year. The start date was pushed back for two months in order for Keidis to have surgery.
The band hadn’t visited Little Rock since 2000 and the large welcoming crowd was vocal from the start, cheering loudly when the band took the stage.
The band kicked off the show with the “Monarchy of Roses,” the lead track from its latest album and followed that up with “Dani California.”
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will wrap up the tour Feb. 5, in South Africa.