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Red Hot Chili Peppers, Florence + the Machine Shake Up BottleRock Festival

”Californication“ rockers perform at Napa Valley event following frontman Anthony Kiedis’ recent health scare

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Florence + the Machine and Stevie Wonder were the main ingredients at the BottleRock Napa Valley music and culinary festival as it took over Northern California’s wine region for the fourth consecutive year.

Sunday’s concert marked a triumphant return to the stage for the Chili Peppers in front of 120,000 fans following frontman Anthony Kiedis’ hospitalization earlier in last month.

The L.A.-based band wrapped up the fourth annual BottleRock festival on the JaM Cellar Main Stage, performing hits including “Californication,” “Otherside” and “Snow (Hey Oh).” Their set also included the announcement of the 2017 BottleRock dates (May 26-28) via the Jumbotron.

The Chili Peppers’ 11th studio album, “The Getaway,” is due out June 17.

Among the other 75 acts performing across four stages were Ziggy Marley, The Lumineers, Walk the Moon, Lenny Kravitz, Death Cab for Cutie and Grouplove.

On Friday, Wonder kicked off a weekend of spectacular tributes by performing cover versions of Prince’s “When Doves Cry” and David Bowie‘s “Fame.”

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Florence + the Machine/Latitude 38 Entertainment

Florence + the Machine then brought a bit of British class and flair to the wine country on Saturday, with frontwoman Florence Welch twirling across the stage in a lime green Gucci dress before levitating into the crowd. Along with hits such as “Dog Days Are Over” and “Shake it Out,” the English band played a chilling rendition of “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” by Neil Young as the sun set behind the pine trees.

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Ziggy Marley/Latitude 38 Entertainment

Earlier in the evening, Ziggy Marley proved he had all the talent and stage presence of his father, Bob, with his own twist on “One Love.”

Whereas Coachella is heavily influenced by trendy L.A. food trucks, Napa boasts more Michelin stars per capita than any other wine region in the world. BottleRock created tasty mashups between musicians and chefs on the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage, such as “Iron Chef” Masaharu Morimoto doing a sushi demonstration with Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt of Green Day.

Gordon Ramsay put host Liam Mayclem through a “Master Chef” crash course, mocking his cooking skills and (jokingly) throwing his plate of scallops across the stage.

Travel Channel host Adam Richman freestyle-rapped his entire cooking demonstration, paying homage to his honorary sous chefs, The Pharcyde.

Next year’s BottleRock Napa Valley festival will be held May 26-28.