While Lollapalooza 2020 is cancelled this year, the organizers have created Lolla2020, a free 4-day streaming event on their YouTube channel, kicking off on Thursday, July 30 at 6pm ET / 5pm CT. It features past Lollapalooza sets and new performances from over 135 artists, including Jane’s Addiction, Porno for Pyros as well as Perry & Etty Farrell. Perry Farrell will also be one of the people contributing conversations between performances.
Hellride will be performing at House of Machines at 2028 E. 7th St. in Los Angeles this Saturday, November 24.
According to JamBase, SiriusXM will broadcast the Dec 31 Jane’s Addiction show at Belly Up in Aspen, CO on Lithium (channel 34). Lithium’s schedule hasn’t been updated to reflect this, so I’m not sure if this will be a live broadcast or not. The Belly Up show is scheduled to kick off at 9:30p MST.
Jane’s Addiction will perform at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA on December 8, as part of the annual Rhonda’s Kiss event. The press release is as follows:
ICONIC ROCK BAND JANE’S ADDICTION TO PERFORM AT
RHONDA’S KISS LOS ANGELES BENEFIT CONCERT EVENT
PHILANTHROPIC CELEBRATION TO TAKE PLACE ON
FRIDAY, DEC. 8 AT THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM
Tickets to attend available October 19: HERE
October 18, 2017 — Rhonda’s Kiss, an organization that helps
cancer patients in need, announced today that legendary rock band
Jane’s Addiction will perform at their annual concert event on
Friday, Dec. 8 at The Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
Proceeds from the concert event will benefit the Cedars-Sinai Samuel
Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute and further the mission of
Rhonda’s Kiss, supporting programs to assist cancer patients in
need, and helping those who receive a cancer diagnosis make ends meet
during treatment. Rhonda’s Kiss is a 501 (c) (3). To date, the
charity has donated nearly $1 million to hospitals to support cancer
programs and patients.
“At Cedars-Sinai, it is our mission to treat the cancer patient as a
whole, rather than just the disease,” said Amin Mirhadi, MD,
radiation oncologist at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive
Cancer Institute. “We are proud to collaborate with the Rhonda’s
Kiss foundation to help us achieve that.”
“Raising money for cancer is a reminder that every day, people are
struggling with the disease and need the support to maintain their
dignity and fight,” said Kyle Stefanski, CEO of Rhonda’s Kiss.
“We are blessed to have strong support from artists such as Jane’s
Addiction, the public, and hospitals like Cedars-Sinai to be able to
help more and more people fight this terrible disease.”
Great bands break rules, but legends write their own. JANE’S ADDICTION
has actually written the rule book for alternative music and culture
through a combination of genre-defying classic songs and a cinematic
live experience. In 1988, Jane’s Addiction would officially arrive as
a pop culture force with their first proper studio album, Nothing’s
Shocking. Perry Farrell stands out as one of music’s most
forward-thinking and enigmatic frontmen, and his vocals soar with
vibrancy, vulnerability and vitality. Guitar god Dave Navarro conjures
simultaneously psychedelic and epic riffs. Stephen Perkins’ tribal
stomp remains hypnotic and transfixing. The band created a sound that
the world had never heard before. It was as riff heavy as it was
sensitive. Farrell lyrically chronicled the stranger side of L.A.
life, telling personal tales that’d stick with fans just as much as
Navarro’s licks did.
In 1991, for the Jane’s Addiction “farewell” tour, Farrell concocted
Lollapalooza. Jane’s Addiction went on hiatus, but they never truly
went away. The world needed Jane’s Addiction in 2003 just as much as
it did in 1985, and the band released “Strays,” their first new
album in 13 years. The first single “Just Because” was their biggest
single to date landing at #1. Jane’s Addiction was once again
everywhere with “Superhero” becoming the opening theme song for HBO’s
hit show “Entourage” at the same time. The band headlined the
re-tooled Lollapalooza festival that summer. 2016 saw the band tour
their “Ritual De Lo Habitual” album in its entirety for the 25th
anniversary of its release in addition to a special vinyl box set and
live recording at Irvine Meadows in California.
In 2014, Rhonda Stefanski was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic
cancer. While she lost her battle, one of the greatest gifts she left
was to create Rhonda’s Kiss, an event to raise money to help those
in the inner city who receive a cancer diagnosis, but may be unable to
make ends meet for treatment and support.
Through the Rhonda’s Kiss Los Angeles event and with proceeds
benefitting Cedars-Sinai, Rhonda’s Kiss events provide financial
support to decrease late-stage cancer diagnosis in urban communities,
and primarily for patients in financial need, by using a three-pronged
approach: outreach (education, awareness and screening), navigation
(medical and home) and patient services (treatment and financial
assistance, and emotional support).
Funds are distributed by local hospitals in areas where money is
raised. For more information or to donate directly, contact:
General admission tickets will be available on October 19 here:
As this is the 25th anniversary for the Ritual de lo Habitual album, Jane’s Addiction will be performing the album in its entirety at shows later this year. The first confirmed Ritual show is at the 2015 Fun Fun Fun Festival in Austin, TX at the Auditorium Shores. The FFF Festival runs from November 6-8th. Jane’s Addiction performs on the night of Saturday, November 7, 2015
Edit: Added confirmed show date.
Jane’s Addiction will be playing their first dates ever in the state of Alaska. The guys will be in Fairbanks at the Blue Loon on July 24, and in Anchorage Alaska at the Moose’s Tooth Pub the following night on July 25. In the band’s near 30 years, they have never played in the state of Alaska before.
Jane’s Addiction will be playing in the Crystal Ballroom in Portland on July 21, and the Shadowbox Sodo in Seattle on July 22. The guys will also be playing a pair of festivals in western Canada, although we don’t have the exact dates yet. First up is Rock The Shores in Colwood, BC, and the second is the Pemberton Music Festival in Pemberton, BC. These two festivals overlap dates a bit. Once the schedules for each are announced, we’ll update our show records.
New dates announced include The Electric Factory in Philadelphia on May 14, The House of Blues in Cleveland on May 21, and The LC Pavilion in Columbus on July 7. Despite word that last year’s final Vegas shows would be the last of the Nothing’s Shocking performances, these all appear to be Nothing’s Shocking shows. Maybe it was just the final NS show in Vegas? I’ll keep adding dates as I find out about them.