The members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers have been accused of failing to deliver a memorable performance at their recent concert in Sydney.
Many of the band’s fans claimed they would never see them perform again after the show at the Accor Stadium.
The group, which features Anthony Kiedis, 60, John Frusciante, 52, and Chad Smith, 61, performed as part of their upcoming tour with Post Malone.
Over the past two decades, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have been able to achieve huge success with their albums By the Way and California.
However, their latest albums, Return of the Dream Canteen and Unlimited Love, were only released last year.
Many of the band’s fans said that they grew up watching them perform.
Aside from the band’s performance, some of the band’s fans have also criticized the group’s set list.
Many of them posted critical comments about the band on social media. One of the individuals who criticized the group noted that he would not go back to the Red Hot Chili Peppers again.
One of the individuals who criticized the group noted that he would not go back to the Red Hot Chili Peppers again.
Another critic said that the band’s set was focused on new songs, and the crowd did not feel it.
Another critic said that the band played some old songs but mainly played rubbish.
One of the fans who criticized the group noted that the audience did not feel engaged and that the band did not interact with them.
After hearing from other fans, one of them said that they were glad to hear that the group’s critics weren’t the only ones who were disappointed with the performance.
The band’s supporters, on the other hand, noted that the audience should have been listening to the group’s new songs.
One of the fans who attended the concert claimed that it was the band’s best concert.
Another critic said that the group was touring their new album instead of their greatest hits.