Red Hot Chili Peppers performing in Giza
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Watch Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Full Performance At The Pyramids Of Giza

Red Hot Chili Peppers played a greatest hits set in front of Egypt’s famous pyramids

On March 15, Red Hot Chili Peppers made history by joining the very special club of bands who have played the Pyramids Of Giza in Egypt. It was actually the band’s first ever show in the country, and they certainly made it a night to remember, playing under the stars for thousands of fans.

The band’s 20-song set was precedoed by Eric Dolphy’s God Bless The Child, and included a large helping of Chili Peppers’ biggest hits including Can’t Stop, Dani California, Under The Bridge and Give It Away. The band also covered I Wanna Be Your Dog by The Stooges and (aptly) Pyramid Song by Radiohead.

RHCP join the likes of Frank Sinatra, Scorpions, Grateful Dead and Shakira in the group of bands who have previously played at the Pyramids of Giza.

The whole show was livestreamed on YouTube and you can watch it below. Skip to 33:09 for the music.


  1. Intro Jam
  2. Can’t Stop
  3. Fortune Faded
  4. The Zephyr Song
  5. Dani California
  6. Dark Necessities
  7. Hey
  8. I Wanna Be Your Dog (The Stooges cover)
  9. Right On Time
  10. Snow ((Hey Oh))
  11. Pea
  12. Californication
  13. Go Robot
  14. Don’t Forget Me
  15. Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder cover)
  16. Under The Bridge
  17. By The Way
  18. Pyramid Song (Radiohead cover)
  19. Goodbye Angels
  20. Give It Away
Posted on March 18th 2019, 2:12pm
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