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Red Hot Chili Peppers Follow Foo Fighters' Footsteps, Releasing Album Performance in Movie Theaters

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, the Red Hot Chili Peppers' will be streaming a live performance of their entire upcoming album I'm With Youaccording to Consequence of Sound.

The live concert will be screened across the country for two days only at 8 p.m. on August 30 and September 1, the first of which is the day the album will be released. The screening is being advertised as a "special high-definition cinematic in-theater event."

The show that RHCP has chosen to be streamed for the event is their show in Cologne, Germany. It will be streamed in real time. Well, almost...it's a delayed broadcast. But that's still good enough to make fans happy!

Tickets for Red Hot Chili Peppers LIVE: I'm With You go on sale Friday, August 5. Theater listings and show times can be found here. The show will be available in theaters across Arizona on both nights.

If this show ends up being similar to Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, then RHCP fans are sure in for one hell of a treat.

Check out the official I'm With You trailer and read more daily music news and gossip about Marcus Mumford's engagement, an unreleased track by Daft Punk, and an internet hoax that claimed Etta James was dead after the jump...


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