The Red Hot Chili Peppers gave a surprise performance at the high school where Chad Smith’s children attend today.
Dressed up in costume, drummer Smith tweeted news about the performance earlier today (October 31), writing: “Who rocks out at 9:30a.m. at my kids school? We do!” You can watch a clip of the performance here:
Who rocks out at 9:30am at my kids’ school?….We do! pic.twitter.com/O7Pza6iXnm
— Chad Smith (@RHCPchad) October 31, 2018
The performance, taking place at Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California, was part of an assembly celebrating Halloween.
Each member of the band was dressed in costume. Smith wore a combined Guy Fawkes mask and Pope attire. Flea wore a skeleton body suit whilst Anthony Kiedis wore shorts and a mask. Josh Klinghoffer meanwhile wore a green wig and some sunglasses.
— RHCP Live Archive (@rhcplivearchive) October 31, 2018
They were all there, I promise! pic.twitter.com/sziZtCNqUh
— Zach Ragatz (@ZachRagatz) October 31, 2018
A couple of parents played a mini-concert at my friend's kid's school. Turned out it was the Red Hot Chili Peppers, which seems like one of the most LA things ever.
— ☕️Holly West☕️ (@HollyWest) October 31, 2018
Can you imagine being at school on Halloween and it is early in the morning and you’re being forced to go to some dumbass pep assembly but you get to see THE ONE AND ONLY Red Hot Chili Peppers??? Omg this is too rad https://t.co/75Gu2IiU7t
— Lauren Gregory ?? (@blueeyedburrito) October 31, 2018
Oh my ?????https://t.co/30p1BmQFOA
— HomeTownGypsy (@ImMatteo) October 31, 2018
can y’all imagine fucking Red Hot Chili Peppers just casually playing at your school?!!!! holy SHIT ? https://t.co/QXrtDUKAcU
— ram ? (@glitchmodulator) October 31, 2018
Kiedis was booted out on October 21 after allegedly shouting profanities at Chris Paul, a member of the Rockets team. He was also have alleged to flip the middle finger at Paul before he was escorted out of the stadium.
Meanwhile, it was confirmed last month that Red Hot Chili Peppers are about to head back into the studio.
The upcoming record will be the band’s 12th and the follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Getaway’. In a three-star review, NME said the album featured “a reluctance to take too many risks” but was “progress” from its predecessor, ‘I’m With You.’