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Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ariana Grande and New Seattle concert announcements

The Chili Peppers announced the first three stops on their 2017 North American tour, boasting their 11th studio album “The Getaway” that has reached No. 1. worldwide.

By Stanislava Zivojinov | Sep 23, 2016 01:57 PM EDT

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ariana Grande coming to Seattle in March

The Chili Peppers announced the first three stops on their 2017 North American tour, boasting their 11th studio album "The Getaway" that reached No. 1 worldwide.

The 24 tours will begin Jan. 5 in San Antonio, Texas. Other band's Northwest tour stops include Portland on March 15 and Vancouver, British Columbia, on March 18.

Red Hot Chili Peppers will bring their "Dark Necessities" in Seattle for a St. Patrick's Day (Friday, Mar 17, 2017, at 8:00 PM) concert. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will worm up the audience at the KeyArena.

The band Red Hot Chili Peppers with his members' singer Anthony Kiedis, guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, bassist Flea, and drummer Chad Smith has sold more than 60 million albums. They have won six Grammy Awards and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. Five of their albums have gone multiplatinum in sales.

Public ticket sales will begin today (Friday, Sep. 23) at 10 a.m. Every ticket purchased includes a choice of a standard physical or standard digital copy of The Getaway.

If you can't get tickets, that might just be water "Under the Bridge" unless you manage to find someone willing to "Give It Away" (by "it" I mean RHCP tickets).

Less than a week after Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Ariana Grande will also come to Seattle. Pop singer announced she would perform March 23 at KeyArena as part of The Dangerous Woman tour. The 36-date tour will start Feb. 2 in Phoenix. Grande also will perform March 24 in Vancouver, B.C.

The tour is in support of her latest album, "Dangerous Woman," released this year. The title track debuted in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100. What's more, Grande became the first artist to debut on the chart with the lead single from her first three albums, according to the concert announcement.

Tickets for Grande's performance will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. They will be $25.95-$194.95.

Sorry about the Red Hot Chili Peppers song references but I "Can't Stop."

 

 

 

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