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Red Hot Chili Peppers dedicate shows to anti-whaling movement
Jan. 16, 2013, 10:45 AM EST
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are using their upcoming shows in Australia to
throw their support behind an anti-whaling campaign.
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The band is set to headline the multi-venue Big Day Out Festival, and they
will dedicate their performances to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. The
rockers will incorporate Sea Shepherd digital visuals into their set, and host a
stall at each of the venues to provide festival goers with information about the
group's campaigns, which include anti-whaling missions and marine conservation.
Sea Shepherd representative Omar Todd writes in a post on Twitter, "Exciting
News! SSCS (Sea Shepherd Conservation Society) are joining the Red Hot Chili
Peppers at Big Day Out 2013!" The Red Hot Chili Peppers, who are longtime
supporters of the organization, will play Big Day Out shows in Sydney, Gold
Coast, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. The festival kicks off in Sydney on