Costumed Chili Peppers play surprise Halloween gig at school
Some students got a whole lot more than they bargained for when the Red Hot Chili Peppers dropped by to give a surprise Halloween performance this morning. See a clip of the fully-costumed Chili Peppers' impromptu show, below.
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Decked out in the way of sugar-crazed trick-or-treaters everywhere on this All Hallows' Eve, the Red Hot band busted through a daybreak edition of (what could arguably be called the catchiest latter-period RHCP hit?) "Can't Stop."
And Exclaim digs into the costumes worn by the guys for the high school surprise. It looks like Smith is wearing a Guy Fawkes mask with a white wig, bassist Flea is a skeleton and singer Anthony Keidis is rocking some schoolboy duds:
The cellphone footage, seen below, finds Flea donning a skeleton costume while slapping the bass, while Smith is seen sporting a Guy Fawkes mask and a shocking white wig. Kiedis is clad in a red jacket and shorts, complete with a mask, while guitarist Josh Klinghoffer hid behind a pair of shades and some shoulder-length green hair.
What would you think if the Red Hot Chili Peppers surprised your high school with an unannounced Halloween performance? Are you going trick-or-treating this year? Sound off in the comments section and let us know your thoughts!
Relive the Peppers' original "Can't Stop" video right here: