Guns N’ Roses Concert Tickets
For fans who have followed the legendary icons of rock know that it was simply four years ago when front man Axl Rose said that the group would not reunite “in this lifetime.”
Despite the groups well documented history of large egos, brawls between band members, and visits to the emergency room, Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan are back on tour.
Izzy Stradlin and Steve Adler are not involved with the latest version of Guns N’ Roses, although that hasn’t seemed to diminish the group’s ability to sell out major arenas.
Guns N’ Roses recently performed in front of a sold out crowd at Gillette Stadium located just outside of Boston, MA.
While both Rose and Slash have tried to pull together other talented artists to create “new” versions of themselves, the chemistry offered by Bucket Head and Scott Wyland (Guns N’ Roses 2.0, Velvet Revolver respectively) never amounted anything spectacular.
Now that the original rockstar duo are back together and are putting their personal differences aside, the experience of their current tour resembles the rush of their performances from the early 90s.
Whether you are a long-time, die hard fan or are just looking for a great concert to check out, you won’t want to miss this ONCE in a “lifetime” performance!
- It’s So Easy
- Mr. Brownstone
- Chinese Democracy
- Welcome to the Jungle
- Double Talkin’ Jive
- Live and Let Die (Wings cover)
- Rocket Queen
- You Could Be Mine
- Attitude (Misfits cover) (with “You Can’t Put Your Arms… more )
- This I Love
- Civil War (with “Voodoo Child” outro)
- Catcher in the Rye (first time with Slash)
- Speak Softly Love (Andy Williams cover) (instrumental, Slash guitar solo)
- Sweet Child O’ Mine
- Out Ta Get Me
- Slash & Richard Fortus Guitar Duet (“Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd)
- November Rain (“Layla” piano exit intro with… more )
- Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan cover)
- Don’t Cry
- The Seeker (The Who cover)
- Paradise City
I have seen Guns N Roses on three different occasions and this particular show brought me right back to their 1992 tour, which absolutely rocked!!!
It’s great to see Axl and Slash back together on stage where they belong! The group has certainly cleaned up its act and is performing at a new level that hasn’t been seen in over 20 years.
I love the show and hope that they continue to perform long into the future.
This was my second time seeing Guns N’ Roses live and I really can’t believe how long it’s been since the original front men performed together. Slash and Axl are true rock icons and can easily keep a stadium full of people on their feet for hours without lag.
The guys played a few covers, which were all excellent, and ended the night with “Sweet Child of Mine”
The whole thing lasted about three hours, so you really can’t complain that you didn’t get your money’s worth.
If you have never seen Guns N’ Roses perform live, do yourself a favor and go buy concert tickets!