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Red Hot Chili Peppers 2022 stadium tour includes San Diego Petco Park show; here are all the dates and cities

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The members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers are, from left, vocalist Anthony Kiedis, guitarist John Frusciante, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith.
(Clara Balzary / Courtesy Warner Bros. Records and Live Nation)

Haim and Thundercat will open the Peppers’ Petco Park gig next summer

Red Hot Chili Peppers will hit the road in a big way in 2022 for a North American summer stadium tour. The coast-to-coast trek will celebrate — a year late, because of the coronavirus pandemic — the 30th anniversary of the Los Angeles band’s 1991 album, “Blood Sugar Sex Magik.

The 19-city tour opens with a July 23 date at Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High, followed by a July 27 show at San Diego’s Petco Park with Haim and Thundercat as the opening acts. The four-man band will perform two other California concerts: July 29 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara and July 31 at So-Fi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Ticket information and a list of all the concert dates and cities appears at the conclusion of this article. The North American-leg will be preceded by a European stadium tour that opens June 4 in Seville, Spain and concludes July 12 in Hamburg, Germany,

The tour, produced by Live Nation, was originally scheduled for 2020. Former Peppers guitarist John Frusciante is back on board as the replacement for Josh Klinghoffer. Frusciante joined the group in 1988 and left in 1991. He rejoined in 1998 for a second stint that lasted until 2009, then rejoined again in early 2020.

Frusciante is one of seven guitarists who have played in the now-38-year-old band, which was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

The rest of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ lineup has remained unchanged — lead vocalist Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith.

The veteran musician is sticking to drumming to create visual art pieces. He’ll be in Solana Beach this weekend for his latest gallery show

Tickets for the San Diego concert and all other dates on the tour go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Oct. 15. Ticket prices for the Petco Park concert range from $49.50 to $199.50, plus service charges.

There will be multiple pre-sales for the Petco Park show and all the other dates on the tour. A pre-sale for American Express card members will be held from 10 a.m. Friday to 10 p.m. Oct. 14, while a Live Nation, Ticketmaster, concert venue and local radio station pre-sale will be held runs Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The eight San Diego radio stations Live Nation expects to participate in the pre-sale are 91X-FM, KXSN-FM, KIOZ-FM, KGB-FM, KFBG-FM, XMOR-FM, XGLX-FM and KLQV-FM.

Fans who sign up for the Red Hot Chili Peppers mailing list on the band’s website will qualify for a pre-sale that runs from 10 a.m Saturday to 10 p.m. Oct. 14. Those who sign up will be sent an email with a pre-sale code.

There will also be a pre-sale for San Diego Padres season pass-holders and Friar’s Club members, starting on Oct. 14. Codes for that pre-sale will be sent out via email that morning.

The concert is one of two confirmed for Petco Park next year. The other is an Aug. 28, 2022 show by Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, and Poison. It was originally scheduled for 2020, then postponed until this summer, and then postponed again until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Red Hot Chili Peppers 2022 tour dates

Saturday, July 23: Denver, Empower Field at Mile High, with Haim and Thundercat

Wednesday, July 27: San Diego, Petco Park, with Haim and Thundercat

Friday, July 29: Santa Clara, Levi’s Stadium, with Beck and Thundercat

Sunday, July 31: Los Angeles, So-Fi Stadium, with Beck and Thundercat

Wednesday, August 3: Seattle, T-Mobile Park, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Saturday, August 6: Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium, with The Strokes and King Princess

Wednesday, August 10: Atlanta, Truist Park, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Friday, August 12: Nashville, Nissan Stadium, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Sunday, August 14: Detroit, Comerica Park, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Wednesday, August 17: New York, Metlife Stadium, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Friday, August 19: Chicago, Soldier Field, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Sunday, August 21: Toronto, Rogers Centre, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Tuesday, August 30: Miami, Hard Rock Stadium, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Thursday, September 1: Charlotte, Bank of America Stadium, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Saturday, September 3: Philadelphia, Citizens Bank Park, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Thursday, September 8: Washington, D.C., Nationals Park, with The Strokes and Thundercat ** (tickets not available through Ticketmaster)

Saturday, September 10: Boston, Fenway Park (on sale date TBA)

Thursday, September 15: Orlando, Camping World Stadium, with The Strokes and Thundercat

Sunday, September 18: Arlington, Texas, Globe Life Field, with The Strokes and Thundercat


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