GunsBrooklyn Iconic supergroup Guns N’ Roses have added another New York appearance this week with a performance at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, Brooklyn this Thursday, June 6th (doors: 8pm ET). The full-set will be followed by a late night after-party featuring GN’R keyboardist Chris Pitman as DJ. Presented by Brooklyn Bowl and Governors Ball, tickets for the 21-and-up event go on sale to the general public today, June 4th, at 7pm ET. Click here to order tickets.

Guns N’ Roses are set to headline Governors Ball this Saturday, June 8th as well as perform at Buffalo Outer Harbor Fest on Wednesday, June 5th. For more information on their schedule, visit

The Brooklyn Bowl show is the continuation in a series of intimate performances over the past year including the Hiro Ballroom, their historic return to The Ritz (now Webster Hall), The Electric Factory in Philly, and House of Blues in various cities including L.A., Chicago, Houston and Dallas.

Celebrated worldwide as one of the most important rock acts in music history, Guns N’ Roses are Axl Rose, DJ Ashba (guitar), Dizzy Reed (keyboards), Tommy Stinson (bass), Richard Fortus (guitar), Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (guitar), Chris Pitman (keyboards) and Frank Ferrer (drums). Guns N’ Roses continue on their sold-out global arena tour, with shows in the U.S., Europe, visits to Latin America and multiple festivals, having played to millions of fans around the globe.


11 Responses

  1. Shameful. A complete disgrace. These guys are nothing more than Rick n roll cliches. Talk about a situation where a band should not tour using its original name–very misleading. I know and understand that Axl owns the rights to the bands name, but for the love of god…

  2. 8 members!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! w t f,slipknot w/o the masks!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i am number 8!!!!! LOL,what a load of b/s.change the name to….THE AXL ROSE CIRCUS PLUS 7!!!!!!!!!!

  3. While I have no problems with Axl touring unde the GNR name, they gotta ease up on this “iconic supergroup” and “one of the most important acts in rock history” talk. Axl, Slash, Izzy, Duff, Steven/Matt, and Dizzy on the stage together can use that in their promo pieces, but not this band.

    1. Exactly… the original group can be labeled iconic and important. This on the other hand….not hardly

  4. Say what you want, but I saw these guys put on a recent performance and they sounded killer! Played all of the old classic GnR tracks with superb authenticity. Axl sounded great as well!

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