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Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea Entertains Fans With Handstands After Power Outage

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Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea entertained the crowd during a concert in Tasmania with handstands as the rock band's show was interrupted by a power outage after one song.


Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea entertained the crowd during a concert in Tasmania with handstands as the rock band's show was interrupted by a power outage after one song.

The band performed their opening track, "Can't Stop," and was half way through "Pea" when a power outage brought their set to a dead stop at the Derwent Entertainment Centre.

The founding member of the rock band took over the stage during the 15-minute glitch and sang solo.

Fans were thankful to Flea for his spontaneous display.

"Red Hot Chili Peppers having some significant tech issues in Hobart. But Flea is still a god," one of the fans said on Twitter.

When power was restored, Anthony Kiedis and company completed a 21-song set.

It was their first-ever show in Hobart, Tasmania.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea Entertains Fans With Handstands After Power Outage


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Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea entertained the crowd during a concert in Tasmania with handstands as the rock band's show was interrupted by a power outage after one song.

Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea entertained the crowd during a concert in Tasmania with handstands as the rock band's show was interrupted by a power outage after one song.

The band performed their opening track, "Can't Stop," and was half way through "Pea" when a power outage brought their set to a dead stop at the Derwent Entertainment Centre.

The founding member of the rock band took over the stage during the 15-minute glitch and sang solo.

Fans were thankful to Flea for his spontaneous display.

"Red Hot Chili Peppers having some significant tech issues in Hobart. But Flea is still a god," one of the fans said on Twitter.

When power was restored, Anthony Kiedis and company completed a 21-song set.

It was their first-ever show in Hobart, Tasmania.

Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved


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