Red Hot Chili Peppers at London Tottenham Stadium: timings, setlist and everything you need to know

Calling all members of the Rockinfreakapotamus fan club! It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for, because this weekend the Red Hot Chili Peppers will take over Tottenham’s London Stadium. One of only two UK shows, you don’t want to miss this rare chance to see the Chili Peppers IRL. This is all the information about the show on Friday July 21. 

What time will the Red Hot Chili Peppers come on stage? 

The Peppers haven’t released their official stage time, but they’re likely to come on at around 8.45 pm. 

What’s the full setlist? 

The band hasn’t given away an official setlist either, but they have been playing similar songs across their world tour. The show is likely to go something like this:

  1. Intro Jam
  2. Around the World
  3. Universally Speaking
  4. Snow ((Hey Oh))
  5. Here Ever After
  6. Blood Sugar Sex Magik
  7. Eddie
  8. I Like Dirt
  9. Throw Away Your Television
  10. Reach Out
  11. Soul to Squeeze
  12. Suck My Kiss
  13. Carry Me Home
  14. Californication
  15. Black Summer
  16. By the Way
  17. I Could Have Lied
  18. Give It Away

Who is supporting the Red Hot Chili Peppers? 

Supporting the ‘Californication’ singers at Tottenham Hotspur stadium are hip-hop group The Roots and dream pop singer/songwriter King Princess. 

Are there any tickets left? 

There are a few last-minute tickets being flogged on Ticketmaster. Standing will set you back a pretty penny, costing £200, but some seats are going for £90. 

What’s the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium bag policy? 

The north London venue doesn’t allow any bags bigger than an A4 piece of paper (21cm x 30cm), which means no backpacks. As with most gigs, illegal items like fireworks, knives or drugs aren’t allowed, but you can use your common sense for that. The stadium also doesn’t allow flag poles longer than 1m, or flags or banners bigger than 250cm on their longest side. 

Will the train strikes impact transport to and from Tottenham Stadium?

If you’re coming from outside London, your travel to the gig might be scuppered by train strikes taking place on July 20 and 22. Thankfully there is no industrial action on the actual concert day, but there may be a slight hangover from the days before. Read our explainer on the UK-wide strikes to get the full lowdown.

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