Must Be Nice to Be Chip Wilson…
Red Hot Chili Peppers played a private gig over the weekend. Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon, booked the band for his wife’s 40th birthday party. The guys agreed to play their $37 million dollar beach side home in Vancouver’s West Side for 1 million dollars. Here’s the set list:
Music fans from all over trekked down to Chicago’s Lollapalooza to see bands like Queens of the Stone Age, Mumford & Sons and Nine Inch Nails in Grant Park.
Below, watch the full Nine Inch Nails set – their first American show since 2009.
We’re counting down until Mumford & Sons play Norfolk County Fair Grounds and the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto later this month. While we’re waiting, might as well enjoy a laugh from the band. They just released a new video to go along with their song Hopeless Wanderer. Yes, that is Jason Sudeikis, Jason Batemen and Ed Helms from the Hangover.