Red Hot Chili Peppers not only weren’t playing during the Super Bowl Halftime Show, they weren’t even plugged in.
Check out Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers performances at this years Super Bowl!
Bruno Mars on Performing with Red Hot Chili Peppers: ‘It’s an Honor to be Sharing the Stage with Them’
“No matter where I perform, it’s my job to uplift the people. Whether I’m performing at a graduation party, a wedding, a Bar Mitzvah, the GRAMMYs, the Super Bowl, I’m going to give it all I’ve got. Whatever happens, happens. I ain’t scared.”
The third leg of the tour begins with two nights in his home town of Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 18 and 19 and runs through August with stops in California, Ohio and New York where he’ll perform two nights at Madison Square Garden.
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This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
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Bruno Mars is breaking out and getting sexy. He used his Facebook page to debut the official music video for “Gorilla,” the fourth single off his second studio album, 2012′s ‘Unorthodox Jukebox.’
He has the very tough job of playing the Super Bowl one year after Beyonce, whose performance shut off the lights and her critics up.