Red Hot Chilli Peppers Anthony Kiedis takes a water

Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis takes a water taxi to the concert in Sydney

The Red Hot Chilli Peppers are currently touring Australia.

And on Saturday, the band’s lead singer and bassist, Anthony Kiedis and Flea looked every inch the rock stars as they headed to their second concert in Sydney.

The artists and their entourage traveled by VIP water taxi to their concert at Accor Stadium in western Sydney.

The Red Hot Chilli Peppers are currently touring Australia and frontman Anthony Kiedis was spotted in Sydney on Saturday

Anthony, 60, looked casually cool in a graphic tee and black trousers and trainers.

He wore an inverted cap in a black tone and carried a backpack while staying hydrated by sipping from his water bottle.

Flea, whose real name is Michael Peter Balzary, opted for a striking jacket and shorts set with a pink and blue graphic design throughout.

And on Saturday, the band's vocalist and bassist Anthony Kiedis and Flea (pictured) saw the rock stars at every turn as they set out for their second concert in Sydney

And on Saturday, the band’s vocalist and bassist Anthony Kiedis and Flea (pictured) saw the rock stars at every turn as they set out for their second concert in Sydney

The performers and entourage also take a VIP water taxi to their concert at Accor Stadium in western Sydney

The performers and entourage also take a VIP water taxi to their concert at Accor Stadium in western Sydney

Anthony, 60, looked casually cool in a graphic tee and black trousers, along with trainers

Anthony, 60, looked casually cool in a graphic tee and black trousers, along with trainers

He wore an inverted cap in a black tone and carried a backpack while staying hydrated by sipping from his water bottle

He wore an inverted cap in a black tone and carried a backpack while staying hydrated by sipping from his water bottle

The 60-year-old wore a black and white t-shirt underneath and added orange socks and trainers to the ensemble.

The men were flanked by a large entourage as they waited at the dock before boarding the private boat that took them across the water.

It comes after Red Hot Chili Peppers fans left their Australian shows disheartened after the band failed to play one of their most iconic songs.

Flea, whose real name is Michael Peter Balzary, opted for a striking jacket and shorts set

Flea, whose real name is Michael Peter Balzary, opted for a striking jacket and shorts set

It featured a pink and blue graphic design throughout

It featured a pink and blue graphic design throughout

The 60-year-old wore a black and white T-shirt underneath

The 60-year-old wore a black and white T-shirt underneath

The rocker added orange socks and sneakers to the ensemble

The rocker added orange socks and sneakers to the ensemble

The men were flanked by a large retinue

The men were flanked by a large retinue

The California rock group dropped Under the Bridge from their setlist during their Brisbane and Sydney shows as they kicked off their Australian tour with Post Malone.

Sydney fans left Accor stadium unhappy on Thursday night when a devastated female fan posted on TikTok to complain.

“When you go to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers concert and they don’t play Under the Bridge,” the woman wrote alongside the video while pursing her bottom lip.

They waited at the dock before boarding the private boat

They waited at the dock before boarding the private boat

Some fans spotted the couple and asked for autographs

Some fans spotted the couple and asked for autographs

It comes after Red Hot Chili Peppers fans left their Australian shows disheartened after the band failed to play one of their most iconic songs

It comes after Red Hot Chili Peppers fans left their Australian shows disheartened after the band failed to play one of their most iconic songs

The California rock group dropped Under the Bridge from their setlist during their Brisbane and Sydney shows as they kicked off their Australian tour with Post Malone

The California rock group dropped Under the Bridge from their setlist during their Brisbane and Sydney shows as they kicked off their Australian tour with Post Malone

Sydney fans left Accor stadium unhappy on Thursday night when a devastated female fan posted on TikTok to complain

Sydney fans left Accor stadium unhappy on Thursday night when a devastated female fan posted on TikTok to complain

“Post Malone did a shoey though and smashed a guitar to pieces,” she added in her caption.

Fans also took to Facebook to vent their frustration, writing: “I wish I could reverse my decision to go to the RHCP. Absolutely disappointed with this performance.’

“Well that was disappointing, I definitely won’t be seeing her again!!!” said another.

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“When you go to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers concert and they don’t play Under the Bridge,” the woman pouted alongside the video

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“Post Malone did a shoey though and smashed a guitar to pieces,” she added in her caption

Fans also took to Facebook to vent their frustration, writing:

Fans also took to Facebook to vent their frustration, writing: “I wish I could reverse my decision to go to the RHCP. Absolutely disappointed with this performance’

“Good experience (but) won’t see her again. Their set was focused on new songs and the crowd struggled to feel it,” added another.

“I’ve been their number one fan all my life and I would never go back after this concert. Played a few old songs but mostly new stuff nobody knows.’

Meanwhile, concert-goers in Brisbane longingly sang their own version of the track on the way home from the concert on Sunday 29th January.

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“Well that was disappointing, I definitely won’t be seeing her again!!!” said another

“Good experience (but) won't see her again.  Their set was focused on new songs and the crowd struggled to feel it,

“Good experience (but) won’t see her again. Their set was focused on new songs and the crowd struggled to feel it,” added another

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“I’ve been their number one fan all my life and I would never go back after this concert. Played a few old songs but mostly new crap that nobody knows,” they said

Meanwhile, concert-goers in Brisbane longingly sang their own version of the track on the way home from the concert on Sunday 29th January

Meanwhile, concert-goers in Brisbane longingly sang their own version of the track on the way home from the concert on Sunday 29th January

Fans thronged a crowded train and chanted,

Fans thronged a crowded train and chanted, “The city I live in, the city of angels / Lonely as I am, together we cry.”

Fans thronged a crowded train and chanted, “The city I live in, the city of angels / Lonely as I am, together we cry.”

Under the Bridge is one of the band’s most popular songs.

It was released in 1991 and ranked number seven on Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 40 Greatest Red Hot Chili Peppers Songs.

Under the Bridge is one of the band's most popular songs

Under the Bridge is one of the band’s most popular songs

It was released in 1991 and ranked number seven on Rolling Stone magazine's Top 40 Greatest Red Hot Chili Peppers Songs

It was released in 1991 and ranked number seven on Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 40 Greatest Red Hot Chili Peppers Songs

The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed to a packed Accor Stadium on Thursday night

The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed to a packed Accor Stadium on Thursday night

The four-piece rock band played some of their classics, from Can't Stop, Californication, Give It Away and Snow (Hey Oh)

The four-piece rock band played some of their classics, from Can’t Stop, Californication, Give It Away and Snow (Hey Oh)

They also performed a number of new songs such as Reach Out and Black Summer

They also performed a number of new songs such as Reach Out and Black Summer

The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed to a packed Accor Stadium on Thursday night.

The four-piece rock band performed some of their classics, from Can’t Stop, Californication, Give It Away and Snow (Hey Oh).

They also performed a number of new songs such as Reach Out and Black Summer.

The Tour Down Under includes performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin, but the group will not travel to Adelaide, Hobart or Darwin.

The Tour Down Under includes performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin, but the group will not travel to Adelaide, Hobart or Darwin

The Tour Down Under includes performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Dunedin, but the group will not travel to Adelaide, Hobart or Darwin