GUNS N’ ROSES ANNOUNCE SECOND LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY, TICKETS GO ON SALE FEBRUARY 21ST

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gunsnroses2013 Guns N’ Roses will return for a second Las Vegas residency, No Trickery! An Evening Of Destruction, at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino from May 21st through June 7th.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 21st at 10 a.m. at axs.com.

Guns N’ Roses’ first Vegas residency, Appetite For Democracy, took place in the fall of 2012.

Watch a video teaser below.

source: blabbermouth.net

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  • Lee on

    The Crue will be doing theirs in 2 years. Too much money over the ticket sales is included to say no….and “the only place to see us”.


    • richman on

      Hi Lee, How are you? Hope all is well.
      Slash, Axl, and whoever talked tons of nonsense about Paul Stanley back during the APPETITE sessions. Now that is great album but 25 years later on hard rock’s premier website, Axl gets 1 comment while Paul gets over 100. There is still much to be said regarding the 3 minute anthem. Paul Stanley in a million years wouldn’t make paying customers wait ’till 2 AM to hear their favorite songs. Let’s see: Don Rickles, Wayne Newton and now W. Axl Rose. If I hit three 7s down the middle and I’m stinking drunk maybe I’ll check out ESTRANGED and ROCKET QUEEN. Nobody cares and they shouldn’t.


  • Jason on

    GnR’s last run in Vegas was amazing!!


  • Stephen on

    Def Leppard has indicated that they will return to the Hark Rock in Vegas later this year for a Pyromania residency. I went to the Viva Hysteria residency last March and was really pleased with the show and production.


    • DR on

      Stephen, what color shirt was Phil Collen wearing?


    • Stephen on

      Skin tone.


    • DR on

      Yep. You were there.


  • Lee on

    Def Leppard has no income except shows…..the record industry is on fumes.


  • Jason on

    Of course they talked negative about Stanley… He wanted to turn Appetite into a bubblegum pop-rock album. You can put 12 of Kiss’ best songs on one album, and it still wouldn’t be as good as Appetite. And I’m a huge Kiss fan (pre Thayer/Singer).


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