Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea celebrated his birthday early last night at the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets NLDS Game 5 playoff game at Dodger Stadium by dancing on top of the dugout. Flea’s dancing unfortunately couldn’t help the Dodgers overcome the Mets, as the final score was 3-2 Mets in the deciding game of the series.
Flea tweeted, “Well that was a depressing end but thanks for the season Dodgers I love you always.” Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder’s beloved Chicago Cubs will play the New York Mets in the NLCS.
Recently, the Red Hot Chili Peppers performed a charity show for the San Diego Foundation at Belly Up Tavern in San Diego. It became their 2015 full band live debut and it looks like it won’t be their last. Flea recently posted on Instagram more new about future tour dates: ‘A concert, fine art auction, and dinner this Saturday to raise funds for the Silverlake conservatory of music. The Rhcp is gonna do an acoustic set too. It is always a beautiful nightl when we have these fundraisers and so many great kids get to give their talents wings. I am so grateful to john legend for playing and equally so to the great kamasi Washington. There are still tickets available I know we are asking a lot of money for them but it’s for the kids not for us. We are a non profit school we are doing everything we can to help we care so much. There will be great art there by Thomas Houseago, Richard prince, Damien Hirst, jeff koons, urs fischer, gus van sant and Dana Louise Kirkpatrick. And more art that I forget about because I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed. A magic night is in store.’