Whether you have an appetite for destruction or you’re looking to get out of the cold November rain, a ticket to see Guns N’ Roses is perfect for all occasions. Watch Axl, Slash, and Duff take the stage and perform some of the greatest rock songs ever recorded. You may hear hits like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child o’ Mine,” or “Live and Let Die,” and you might also get a chance to listen to some new tracks the band is working on. GNR fans know a little bit about patience, so don’t hesitate to get your ticket before they’re all gone.
Axl Rose was a prominent figure in the Los Angeles hard rock scene in the 1980s, and he played with numerous bands, eventually forming his own from the ashes of the bands Hollywood Rose and L.A. Guns. Guns N’ Roses finally solidified with the addition of guitar-god Slash and drummer Steven Adler, and they began playing shows in 1985. Their first tour ended when their 2 vans broke down on the way to Seattle, and the band had to ditch most of their equipment and hitchhike back to LA with just their guitars. After that, they stuck around the City of Angels, playing clubs until they gained the attention of famed recording executive David Geffen, who offered the band their first contract. The band’s first full-length release Appetite for Destruction rocketed them to success and ended up setting the record for top-selling debut album in American history. The band earned the reputation of being “The Most Dangerous Band in America” thanks to live shows that featured onstage bickering and offstage fighting.
The band’s next releases Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II sold 30 million copies worldwide, solidifying Guns N’ Roses as one of the preeminent bands of the ‘90s. The next few years saw the departures of Slash and Duff, along with the addition and subtraction of quite a few others. After releasing Chinese Democracy and being inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the original lineup starting talking again and eventually reunited for the Not in This Lifetime...Tour in 2016.
They may be older and wiser, but Guns N’ Roses rocks just as hard as they always have. Thanks to the collective energy of the band’s original members and newer ones like Dizzy Reed, they’ve never sounded better. Don’t miss Axl singing “Mr. Brownstone,” “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” and “You Could Be Mine.” Any student of GNR history knows that there have been plenty of stops and starts along the way, so don’t wait for a theoretical “next tour.” Get your affordable Guns N’ Roses tickets before they sell out or the band stops touring forever.