The Red Hot Chili Peppers performed for the first time in Hobart, Tasmania on Sunday night.
But the historic moment was temporarily thrown into uncertainty by a power outage just one song into the highly-anticipated show.
However, the rock legends battled through the fifteen minute glitch inside Derwent Entertainment Centre, continuing to entertain crowds in the dark.
The show must go on! The Red Hot Chili Peppers battled through a POWER OUTAGE as they took to the stage for their first ever performance in Hobart, Tasmania on Sunday night
Several confused concertgoers took to Twitter to post about the situation, with one writing: ‘So.. power outage at Red Hot Chili Peppers… Wtf… one song in!’
Another impressed fan wrote: ‘Having some some significant tech issues in Hobart … But Flea is still a God’.
In the dark: One fan shared a photo from inside the darkened inside Derwent Entertainment Centre during the fifteen minute power outage
What’s going on? Several confused concertgoers took to Twitter to post about the situation
The tech issues were reportedly resolved in fifteen minutes and the show went on without a hitch.
When The Red Hot Chili Peppers announced their 2019 Australian tour last year, they singled out the fact that they were excited to perform in Hobart for the first time in their 36-year history.
‘The fact that we get to play in Tassie [Hobart, Tasmania] for the first time makes this tour even more special.’
Iconic group: The Grammy Award winning group will delight fans with their classic hits such as Scar Tissue, By The Way and songs from their 2016 album The Getaway
The band will soon head to Sydney, before performing in the NSW Hunter Valley, Brisbane and Melbourne.
The Grammy Award winning group will delight fans with their classic hits such as Scar Tissue, By The Way and songs from their 2016 album The Getaway.
They previously played nine sold out shows across Australia in 2007 as part of their Stadium Arcadium World Tour.
The band last returned to Australia in 2013 to headline the now defunct Big Day Out festivals.
Back again! The band last returned to Australia in 2013 to headline the now defunct Big Day Out festivals