Red Hot Chili Peppers are headlining the Funkyard Festival in Tel Aviv this June, as part of their 2020 European tour. Their Holy Land concert in 2012 drew 50,000 fans.
Californian rock band The Red Hot Chili Peppers will return to Israel this June to headline the Funkyard Tel Aviv Festival, marking their second show in The Holy Land since 2012.
The Funkyard Festival will be held June 10 at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv, tickets will go on sale Monday, February 3 at 4 PM.
The festival will feature DJs, international artists, local bands. There will be food, drinks, and other activities which will be announced soon.
This time, the group will include guitarist John Frusicante, who returns for the second time.
Frusicante will replace Josh Klinghoffer, who has been a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers for a decade.
The group is on European tour this year.
The last Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in 2012 drew 50,000 fans.
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