We started off the night at the Live Nation Green Room pre-show party, powered by Virgin Australia, before making our way to the jam-packed Qudos Bank Arena, where RHCP fans were getting hyped up for the band's performance.
With a 36 year history, the band has A LOT of songs – 166 to be exact. So I was thrilled that they played all the hits I'd grown up loving.
Californication, By The Way, Scar Tissue and Snow (Hey Oh) were just some of the timeless tunes performed on the night.
Both Kiedis and Flea had the energy of their 20-year-old former selves – despite both being 56 – and the talent of Smith on the drums was mind blowing.
I've been disappointed in the past with bands that haven't sounded anything like their recorded hits live, but the RHCP sounded exactly like you'd expect - with a little cheeky entertainment on the side.
The boys looked to be having the time of their lives on stage, even after all these years. With their three-decade long history, the bands' bond was evident.
It was a night to remember.
Despite the rise of trendy pop and auto-tuned hits, bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers will never go out of style, and will be loved for generations to come.
The next time they come to town, I'll be front row in the mosh pit.