Red Hot Chili Peppers play private show at Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s Vancouver home
The Red Hot Chili Peppers were in Vancouver Saturday night playing a private concert at Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s Kitsilano mansion.
Wilson’s new Point Grey Road pad, valued at $35.2 million, hosted the rock stars at a private birthday party.
Although it was an exclusive party, a few lucky Celebration of Light spectators watching the fireworks in the neighbourhood were able to hear the concert and spread the word on social media.
One person even claimed to find a copy of the set list on the beach.
Sitting behind Chip Wilson’s House. Listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers play at his backyard party… http://t.co/vvDDN0VI0o
— Natalie Fraser (@natalie__fraser) August 4, 2013
Red Hot Chili Peppers are playing at Chip Wilson’s house in Kitsalano tonight. Knew I paid too much for those stretchy pants! #myvancouver
— Robin Esrock (@robinesrock) August 4, 2013
Did Chip Wilson really have the #redhotchillipeppers play live at his house??! Man I’m in the wrong industry
— Dianna Chr (@Dianna_Chr) August 4, 2013
— Malcolm Smith (@Malcolm42) August 4, 2013
Red Hot Chilli Peppers tonight. What a show. pic.twitter.com/Y3j8TwCvpO
— Paul Bissonnette (@BizNasty2point0) August 4, 2013
On of B.C.’s wealthiest citizens, Wilson, 55, reportedly owns 39 million shares of Lululemon, which is valued at around $7 billion.
The worth of the company took a slight dip after former-CEO Christine Day stepped down earlier this year.