The performance in Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park scheduled for June 10 will come in the middle of the band’s European tour.
The group will headline Funkyard, a new Israeli music festival.
The Red-Hot Chili Peppers last appeared in Israel in 2012, at a concert that brought tens of thousands of fans to Yarkon Park.
During that concert, the band talked about the Israeli-born Hillel Slovak, their Jewish founding guitar player who died from a drug overdose in the early 1990s. Band leader Anthony Kiedis talked about Hillel on stage and yelled, “Hillel Slovak forever!”