One of the most groundbreaking rock bands of the '90s, Jane's Addiction, celebrated the 25th anniversaryof their seminal sophomore album Ritual de Lo Habitual in 2016 with a blockbuster live performance of the record in its entirety plus additional favorites as encores. Recorded at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, the show reunited founding members Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, andStephen Perkins as well as bassist Chris Chaney. Featuring the two No. 1 singles "Stop!" and "Been Caught Stealing," the 3x-platinum 1990 LP has proved to be a timeless album that feels just as vital today. "Twenty-five years - what a beautiful milestone for Ritual de Lo Habitual," said Farrell. "It was a great achievements in our lives that also helped change the course of music history, we really sought to come up with a special show for this tour so that the fans could celebrate it with us."
Jane's Addiction's third release Ritual De Lo Habitual is one of the cornerstones of 1990s alternative rock. The double platinum affair features the group's breakthrough hit "Been Caught Stealing," as well as the genre classics "Stop!," "Ain't No Right" and "Classic Girl," alongside the back-to-back epics "Three Days" and "Then She Did." Unfortunately, Ritual De Lo Habitualwould also serve as the band's final album with the original lineup. The members parted ways in 1991 after their last live appearances headlining Lollapalooza, the tour series started by lead singer Perry Farrell.