Lee Seung Gi’s legal representative denies the payment was settled in 2021, says further talks with Hook Entertainment “do not make sense.”
There is no rest for the Peppers. Following a world tour and two albums released this year, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are gearing up for a series of arena concerts and festivals across North America and Europe in 2023.
Live Nation announced Monday that the band’s 23-stop world tour will begin March 29 at BC Place in Vancouver, followed by shows in Las Vegas, San Diego, Houston, Lisbon, Madrid, Vienna and more before wrapping up. on July 23 in Glasgow, Scotland.
The Peppers had previously been announced as headliners at the Vive Latino festival to be held on March 18 and 19 in Mexico City.
On select tour dates they will be joined by The Strokes, Iggy Pop, The Roots, The Mars Volta, St. Vincent, City and Colour, Thundercat and King Princess. Tickets will go on sale December 9 at 10 am at redhotchilipeppers.com.
The funk-rock band gave us not one, but two albums in 2022, October’s Return of the Dream Canteen and April’s Unlimited Love. Both albums were at the top of Billboard’s best-selling albums chart.
The Peppers were recently recognized with the Global Icon award at the MTV Video Music Awards, and their single “Black Summer” also took home the award for Best Rock Video.