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Stadium Arcadium World Tour

Stadium Arcadium World Tour
Tour by Red Hot Chili Peppers
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Promotional poster for tour
Associated albumStadium Arcadium
Start dateMay 30, 2006
End dateAugust 27, 2007
No. of shows132
Red Hot Chili Peppers concert chronology

The Stadium Arcadium World Tour (also known as The Intergalactic Tour)[1] was a 2006-2007 concert tour by the band Red Hot Chili Peppers in support of their ninth studio album, Stadium Arcadium. The band started out with a pre-tour promotional leg of dates around the world while the world tour was composed of six legs, three in Europe, one in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, and the other two in the US and Canada.

The tour was the last to feature guitarist John Frusciante, who confirmed his departure from the band in 2009 but rejoined in 2019. Frusciante was replaced in the band by longtime friend and musical partner, Josh Klinghoffer, who was a backing musician for the Peppers in 2007 on the final legs of the Stadium Arcadium tour, serving as an additional guitarist, backing vocalist, and performing keyboard parts. Adding an extra guitarist for the first time to their touring lineup gave the band a chance to perform songs that they were otherwise unable to play with just one guitarist.

Songs performed

Originals [2][3]
Cover songs (used as intros or during jams unless otherwise noted)

Tour dates

Red Hot Chili Peppers performing at Pinkpop Festival on June 5th 2006, Netherlands
John Frusciante at the gig on Reading.
Flea at Oxegen Festival on July 9th 2006, Ireland.
The concert at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, September 2006.
Kiedis & Flea on stage at Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans, October 28, 2006.
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue Opening Acts
May 30, 2006 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
May 31, 2006
June 2, 2006 Madrid Palacio de Deportes
June 3, 2006 Lisbon Portugal Rock In Rio
June 5, 2006 Landgraaf Netherlands Pinkpop Festival
June 6, 2006 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
June 8, 2006 Paris Bercy
June 9, 2006
June 11, 2006 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhalle
June 12, 2006
June 14, 2006 Prague Czech Republic Sazka Arena
June 15, 2006 Berlin Germany Kindl-Bühne Wuhlheide
June 29, 2006 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter
June 30, 2006 Ipswich England Portman Road
July 2, 2006 Coventry Ricoh Arena
July 3, 2006 Reading Madejski Stadium
July 5, 2006 Derby Pride Park
July 6, 2006 Sheffield Don Valley
July 8, 2006 Kinross Scotland T In The Park
July 9, 2006 Kildare Ireland Oxegen Festival
July 11, 2006 Manchester England MEN Arena
July 12, 2006
July 14, 2006 London Earls Court
July 15, 2006
July 17, 2006
July 18, 2006
Japanese leg I
July 28, 2006 Tokyo Japan Music Station
July 29, 2006 Mount Naeba Fuji Rock Festival
North American Leg I
August 6, 2006 Chicago United States Lollapalooza
August 11, 2006 Portland Rose Garden The Mars Volta
August 12, 2006 Auburn White River Amphitheatre
August 15, 2006 Boise Taco Bell Arena The Mars Volta
August 16, 2006 Salt Lake City Delta Center
August 18, 2006 Denver Pepsi Center
August 21, 2006 Glendale Arena
August 22, 2006 San Diego iPay One Sports Arena
August 24, 2006 Oakland Oakland Arena
August 25, 2006
August 27, 2006 Fresno Selland Arena
August 28, 2006 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 31, 2006 Inglewood The Forum
September 1, 2006
September 14, 2006 Vancouver Canada GM Place The Mars Volta
September 16, 2006 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
September 17, 2006 Edmonton Rexall Place
September 19, 2006 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
September 20, 2006 Winnipeg MTS Centre
September 23, 2006 Baltimore United States Virgin Festival
September 25, 2006 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
September 26, 2006
September 28, 2006 Montreal Bell Centre
September 29, 2006 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
October 1, 2006 Quebec City Colisée Pepsi
October 2, 2006 Boston United States TD BankNorth Garden The Mars Volta
October 17, 2006 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
October 18, 2006
October 20, 2006 Boston TD BankNorth Garden
October 21, 2006 Albany Pepsi Arena
October 23, 2006 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
October 24, 2006
October 26, 2006 Atlanta Arena at Gwinnett Center
October 28, 2006 New Orleans Voodoo Music Experience
October 30, 2006 Columbus Schottenstein Center The Mars Volta
October 31, 2006 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
November 2, 2006 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
November 3, 2006 Auburn Hills Palace of Auburn Hills
November 5, 2006 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
November 11, 2006 Hollywood The Roxy
European leg II
November 20, 2006 London England Abbey Road Studios
November 21, 2006 BBC Studios
November 22, 2006 Roundhouse
November 24, 2006 Hamburg Germany Colorline Arena
November 26, 2006 Frankfurt Festhalle
November 27, 2006 Stuttgart Schleyer-Halle
November 29, 2006 Milan Italy Filaforum
November 30, 2006
December 3, 2006 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
December 4, 2006
December 6, 2006 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
December 7, 2006
December 9, 2006 Copenhagen Denmark Copenhagen Forum
December 11, 2006 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
December 12, 2006
North American leg II
January 11, 2007 Los Angeles United States 49th Grammy Awards
January 12, 2007 Oklahoma City Cox Convention Center
January 13, 2007 Dallas American Airlines Center
January 15, 2007 St. Louis Scottrade Center
January 17, 2007 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
January 20, 2007 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena
January 22, 2007 Raleigh RBC Center
January 23, 2007 Charlotte Charlotte Bobcats Arena
January 25, 2007 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
January 26, 2007 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena
January 28, 2007 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
January 30, 2007 Orlando Amway Arena
January 31, 2007 Sunrise BankAtlantic Center
February 27, 2007 Rosemont Allstate Arena
February 28, 2007 Milwaukee Bradley Center
March 2, 2007 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena
March 3, 2007 Champaign Assembly Hall
March 6, 2007 San Antonio AT&T Center
March 7, 2007 Houston Toyota Center
March 10, 2007 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
March 12, 2007 Oklahoma City United States Cox Convention Center
Australian & New Zealand leg
April 7, 2007 Adelaide Australia Adelaide Entertainment Center
April 8, 2007 Melbourne Sidney Myer Music Bowl 38,057 / 39,513 $2,799,880
April 10, 2007
April 11, 2007
April 13, 2007 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
April 14, 2007
April 16, 2007 Sydney Acer Arena 45,329 / 45,329 $3,898,344
April 17, 2007
April 19, 2007
April 21, 2007 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena
April 22, 2007
April 28, 2007 Indio United States Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Japanese leg II
June 5, 2007 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
June 6, 2007
June 8, 2007 Osaka Osaka Dome
European leg III
June 22, 2007 Bilbao Spain Bilbao Live Festival
June 24, 2007 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark 60,468 / 60,468 $3,713,521
June 26, 2007 In?ija Serbia Green Fest
June 28, 2007 Udine Italy Stadio Friuli
June 29, 2007 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
July 1, 2007 Hamburg HSH Nordbank Arena
July 3, 2007 Chorzów Poland Slaski Stadium
July 4, 2007 Dresden Germany Festwiese Ostragehege
July 6, 2007 Paris France Parc des Princes
July 7, 2007 London England Wembley Stadium (Live Earth)
July 7, 2007 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
August 23, 2007 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park 38,519 / 40,000 $3,095,980
August 25, 2007 Reading England Reading Festival
August 26, 2007 Leeds Leeds Festival
  • Reschedules on March 19(Osaka), 22 and 23(Tokyo) because of Anthony Kiedis' pneumonia.

North American leg I

The first North American leg grossed 25.6 million dollars in ticket sales.

North American leg II


Venue City Tickets Sold/ Tickets Available Gross
Acer Arena Sydney, Australia 45,329/45,329 4,017,983
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia 20,994/21,352 1,958,334
Foro Sol Mexico City, Mexico 33,406/46,530 1,438,419
AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas 14,885/14,885 827,747
Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin 10,822/14,000 612,172
Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois NA 968,836
BankAtlantic Center Sunrise, Florida 14,327/14,327 796,950
RBC Center Raleigh, North Carolina 14,041/14,166 777,739
Verizon Center Washington, D.C. 15,000/15,000 975,000
Charlotte Bobcats Arena Charlotte, North Carolina 11,892/12,040 626,529
St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Florida 13,950/13,950 728,548
U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati 12,188/12,188 668,665
The Forum Inglewood, California NA 1,759,497
Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario NA 1,708,072
Wachovia Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania NA 1,882,614
Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, Minnesota NA 884,549
Oakland Arena Oakland, California NA 1,359,971
TD Garden Boston, Massachusetts NA 1,746,492
Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford, New Jersey NA 2,111,333
Schottenstein Center Columbus, Ohio 11,948/11,948 611,260
Gwinnett Atlanta 10,472/10,472 560,353
Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 15,492/15,492 792,526
Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids 11,477/11,477 567,592
Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland NA 583,535

Opening acts

Tour overview

Most shows started with an opening jam by John Frusciante and the band before the signature riff of "Can't Stop" signalled Anthony Kiedis' arrival on stage. The rest of the songs changed with each venue; however, "Charlie" and "Dani California" were usually played as the second or third songs. The set list consisted mainly of songs from the new album, Stadium Arcadium and the previous two albums, By the Way and Californication. Singles such as "Tell Me Baby", "Snow ((Hey Oh))" and "Hump de Bump" were core numbers. The band also incorporated several acoustic numbers from the recent release and the back catalogue, which gave the show both a fast and slow pace. Some of the band's more popular singles that were played often on the previous tours such as "Around The World", "Parallel Universe" and "Suck My Kiss" were rarely played. The encore of the show usually consisted of "Californication" along with a classic Red Hot Chili Peppers anthem, such as "Give It Away" or "Higher Ground", one of the band's more popular songs from the 1980s which was added to the setlist on the tour's final legs and performed for the first time since the Californication tour. "Higher Ground" was one of only two songs from Mother's Milk played on the entire tour with the other being "Nobody Weird Like Me". The band also played "Funky Monks" twice on this tour, their first and last performance leading this tour was in 1991. Two songs from Freaky Styley, "Catholic School Girls Rule" and "Sex Rap" were performed for the first time in over 15 years.[4] The tour also marked the first time since 1991 that two of the Peppers' biggest and best known singles, "Give It Away" and "Under the Bridge", were not included in all performances leaving some fans at certain shows upset that one if not both of the songs were left out of the setlist. Of the album's 28 songs and 10 B-sides, only 20 songs have been played live in any capacity, none of which were B-sides, and "Hard to Concentrate" was not played live until the band's I'm With You tour.

This tour marked the last time "21st Century", "Catholic School Girls Rule", "C'mon Girl", "Desecration Smile", "Funky Monks", "Havana Affair", "Readymade", "Sex Rap", "So Much I", "Stadium Arcadium", "This Velvet Glove", "Torture Me" and "Warlocks" were played live.


Additional musicians


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  2. ^ "Events - Red Hot Chili Peppers". Red Hot Chili Peppers. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "The Side - 2011 Tour". Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "The Side - Red Hot Chili Peppers Tour History". Retrieved 2017.

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