Red Hot Chili Peppers Rocked Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza With Live Performance

Performing for 10,000 fans, the Anthony Kiedis-fronted rock band delivers hits like 'Californication' and 'Under the Bridge', as well as covers Radiohead's 'Pyramid Song' among others.

AceShowbiz - Rockers the Red Hot Chili Peppers performed for 10,000 fans in the shadow of the Pyramid of Giza in Egypt on Friday night, March 15.

Singer Anthony Kiedis and his band opened their set just outside Cairo, Egypt with "Can't Stop" and "Fortune Faded", before ripping through a series of fan favourites and hits like "Californication", "Under the Bridge", and "The Zephyr Song".

The band also performed tracks by The Stooges and Stevie Wonder and covered Radiohead's "Pyramid Song" before ending the show with "Give It Away".

The group joined acts like Frank Sinatra, Jean-Michel Jarre, Sting, and The Grateful Dead among those who have performed at the ancient site.

The concert, which was livestreamed for fans around the world, was the first international gig to be held at the Pyramids since Yanni performed there in 2015.

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