On Saturday night, Red Hot Chili Peppers headlined this year’s installment of Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago. The band’s career-spanning 18-song set included a tribute to Jane’s Addiction, a band featuring the festival’s founder Perry Farrell.
The Chili Peppers worked material from six different studio albums into their Lollapalooza performance. Anthony Kiedis & Co. started with a jam that eventually landed on “Can’t Stop.” Hits “Dani California” and “Scar Tissue” came next ahead of recent single “Dark Necessities.” Other hits played on Saturday included “Californication,” “Otherside,” “Give It Away” and “Under The Bridge.” Towards the end of the set guitarist Josh Klinghoffer used his solo portion of the set to honor Jane’s Addiction with a rendition of “I Would For You.”
Watch pro-shot footage of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ set at Lollapalooza 2016:
Red Hot Chili Peppers at Grant Park
- Intro Jam
- Can't Stop
- Dani California
- Scar Tissue
- Dark Necessities
- Snow ((Hey Oh))
- Look Around
- Blood Sugar Sex Magik
- Go Robot
- Parallel Universe
- The Getaway
- I Would for You
- Under the Bridge
- By the Way
- Goodbye Angels
- Give It Away
- Upcoming Shows
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