Parking at the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Seville
Find parking near the Cartuja Stadium to see the Red Hot Chilli Peppers this June 2022
PARKING NEAR THE ESTADIO DE LA CARTUJA
In just one week since tickets went on sale, more than 75.000 tickets have been sold. If you are one of the more than 70.000 people who will attend the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert and you don't want to have any worries, we recommend you to book your parking space in advance with Parkimeter; you will be able to park your car near the stadium, know in advance the total price and, above all, avoid driving around the city to find an available space at street level. You can book from the app or from our website www.parkimeter.com, forget about the car and enjoy the concert to the fullest. Here is a list of car parks where you can leave your car:
Parking Cartuja, SABA Macarena, SABA Plaza de la Concordia or SABA ADIF Estación Autobuses Sevilla - Plaza de Armas.
WHERE TO PARK IN SEVILLE
If you prefer to leave your car parked on the street, here is a brief summary of how regulated parking works in the city of Seville. The city offers various parking alternatives that are distinguished according to the maximum authorised parking time. There are three zones: Green Zone (low turnover), Blue Zone (high turnover) and MAR Zone (very high turnover).
Blue Zone: parking is allowed for a maximum of 2 hours. The opening hours are: Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm / Saturdays from 10am to 2pm / Sundays and public holidays it is free of charge. And the prices are:
35 minutes (minimum): 0,45€ / 1 hour: 0,75€ / 2 hours (maximum): 1,75€.
Green Zone: parking is allowed for a maximum of 3 hours. The opening hours are: Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm / Saturdays from 10am to 2pm / Sundays and public holidays it is free of charge. And the prices are:
60 minutes: 0,65€ / 1 hour: 1,25€ / 2 hours: 1,25€ / 3 hours (maximum): 2,00€.
MAR Zone: parking is allowed for a maximum of 1 hour. The opening hours are: Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm / Saturdays from 10am to 2pm / Sundays and public holidays it is free of charge. And the prices are: 35 minutes (minimum): 0,60€ / 1 hour (maximum): 1,25€.
EXCEPTIONS: Summer opening hours (from 1st July to 31th August) are: Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 14:00h / evenings, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays free and BAMI Zone opening hours are: Monday to Friday from 8am to 10pm / Saturdays from 10am to 2pm / Sundays and public holidays free.
WHO ARE THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS?
On 6th June 2022, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will play the first concert of their world tour in Seville, specifically at the Estadio de la Cartuja. A concert really awaited by fans, who bought more than 75.000 tickets in a matter of a week, selling out the tickets for this concert. You will enjoy the return of guitarist John Frusciante, the greatest hits of the band's musical career and, in addition, the presentation of the hits from their new album Unlimited Love.
In case you don't know them, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are an American rock band formed in 1983 in Los Angeles, California. The band consists of vocalist Anthony Kiedis, drummer Chad Smith, guitarist John Frusciante and bassist Flea. Prior to Kiedis and Flea, the band included drummer Jack Irons and guitarist Hillel Slovak.
In some parts of the world they are considered the inventors of punk funk although they have a musical style that fuses traditional funk with rock and alternative rock including elements of rap, pop rock, heavy metal, dance, hip hop and indie rock.
They are known worldwide for songs such as Under the Bridge (1991), Californication (1999), Otherside (1999), Can't Stop (2002) and Snow (Hey Oh) (2006). The Red Hot Chili Pepers have won seven Grammy Awards and in 2011 were elected to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
STADIUM OF THE ISLA DE LA CARTUJA, SEVILLE
The Cartuja Stadium is a sports stadium located on the Isla de la Cartuja, in the city of Seville, Spain. It was inaugurated on 5th May 1999 and has a capacity of 57.619 spectators, making it the second largest stadium in Andalusia and the fifth largest stadium in Spain.
Originally, it was intended that the two big clubs of the city, Betis and Sevilla, would move to this stadium, but with the dissatisfaction of the fans because both clubs had to share the stadium, neither of them kept the Estadio de la Cartuja as a venue and, for this reason, it is currently used as a venue for major stage and sporting events, as well as being the headquarters of companies and organisations.
WHAT TO SEE IN SEVILLE
If you want to take the opportunity and visit the city, Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain with a great culture, historical heritage and gastronomy. In this article we recommend some places to visit during your stay in the city:
THE CATHEDRAL OF SEVILLE.
Situated on the Avenida de la Constitución is the Cathedral of Seville, the largest religious temple in Spain and one of the most beautiful churches in the world. Its construction began in the 15th century and took about 100 years to complete. The cathedral stands on the remains of an ancient Moorish mosque, which is why it has a curious mixture of two different religions and cultures: Christian and Muslim.
The entrance fee is 9€ and 3€ if you are a student or pensioner. Residents of Seville and children under 14 years of age do not have to pay the entrance fee.
The ticket includes entrance to the Giralda, the Patio de los Naranjos, the Church of El Salvador and the Sacristy.
The Giralda is another of the great symbols to see in Seville. And, as we mentioned before, it is a minaret that was part of the old mosque of Seville. It is about 100 metres high and was built during the 12th century. At the top of the tower you can see a Christian bell tower because it was added later in the 16th century and the famous Giraldillo, a bronze statue in the shape of a weather vane. Take the opportunity, because with the entrance to the Cathedral of Seville, you have included the entrance to the Giralda.
The Plaza España is considered a masterpiece of regional art, built on the occasion of the Iberoamerican Exposition of 1929 and was built to symbolise the union between Spain and its former colonies. It was designed by the architect Aníbal González and is made up of 48 different tiles, with their coats of arms and maps representing the Spanish provinces.
This square is located inside the Maria Luisa Park, one of the greenest and most important places in the city of Seville, another tourist spot in the city where you can enjoy walks and two Mudejar style buildings: the Archaeological Museum of Seville and the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs.
THE ROYAL ALCAZARS LOS REALES ALCÁZARES**.
The Royal Alcazars are an architectural ensemble of palaces and gardens and are one of the most visited monuments in Spain. Its construction began in the 9th century with the aim of providing the city with defensive buildings against the Norman invasion and in 1986 it was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. You can stroll through its gardens and enjoy the fascinating Arab interiors.
Admission is 11,50€ but for Seville residents and children under 16 years of age admission is free. Students have a reduced rate of 3€.
THE MUSHROOMS OF SEVILLE**.
The Metropol Parasol, commonly known as Las Setas, is a wooden and concrete structure in the shape of a pergola located in the Plaza de la Encarnación in the city of Seville. It is 150 metres long and 26 metres high. Construction began back in 2005 and was completed in 2011 and, despite its controversy, it is one of the city's main tourist attractions.
In the Setas, you can find a traditional market, restaurants, the Antiquarium archaeological museum and a square for shows. On the other hand, it has a terrace and a viewpoint that offers the best views with a panoramic view of the old part of the city.