Red Hot Chili Peppers Reschedule Tour

Dates pushed back due to singer Anthony Kiedis' foot injuries.

Red Hot Chili Peppers fans have waited this long to hear the band play songs from their Grammy-nominated latest release, I’m With You. And they’re going to have to wait a bit longer.

The band announced on Wednesday that it has been forced to reschedule the previously announced dates 
 for it’s U.S. tour due to foot injuries suffered by singer Anthony Kiedis. According to a release announcing the new dates, Kiedis, 49, recently underwent surgery to remove a crushed sesamoid bone and correct a detached flexor tendon in his foot. He’s expected to make a full recovery, but in the meantime a series of shows that were supposed to kick off on January 20 in Sunrise, Florida have now been pushed back to late March and April.

Fans holding tickets for the postponed shows can use them at the rescheduled dates.

The new dates for the RHCP tour:

» March 29 — St. Petersburg, FL @ St. Pete Times Forum
» March 31 — Orlando, FL @ Amway Arena
» April 2 — Sunrise, FL @ Bank Atlantic Center
» April 4 — Raleigh, NC @ RBC Center
» April 6 — Charlotte, NC @ Time Warner Cable Arena
» April 7 — Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena
» April 9 — Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
» April 10 — Atlanta, GA @ Gwinnett Center
» April 12 — Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
» August 11 — Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
» August 12 — Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
» August 14 — Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
» August 15 — Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
» September 23 — San Diego, CA@ Valley View Casino Center
» September 25 — Phoenix, AZ @ Jobring Arena
» September 27 — Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
» September 29 — San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center
» October 2 — Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Arena
» October 4 — New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Arena
» October 20 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
» October 22 — Oklahoma City, OK @ Chesapeake Arena
» October 24 — Tulsa, OK @ BOK Arena
» October 25 — Little Rock, AR @ Verizon Arena

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