Guns N’ Roses are set to kickstart their reunification tonight with a gig at The Troubadour in LA.
— Duff McKagan (@DuffMcKagan) April 1, 2016
Despite it being April 1st, a post on the band’s website explains: “TONIGHT.
GUNS N’ ROSES.
Back where it all began…
Get your ticket at Gibson Brands on Sunset, formally known as Tower Records.
8801 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood.
A limited amount of tixs will be released at noon.
1 Per Person.
No Cameras inside the event.
There’s also the chance to “explore an Immersive GN’R Experience and Check Out the Pop-Up Shop at Gibson Brands on Sunset- Formally, Tower Records.”
The official info The most anticipated music event of the millennium is set! Guns N’ Roses will play their FIRST live gig of 2016 on the hallowed ground where they started, The Troubadour, TONIGHT, Friday, April 1. Doors at 10pm! Limited tickets are available for purchase beginning at 12pm PT at Gibson Brands on Sunset (formerly Tower Records) located at the old Tower Records store at 8801 Sunset Blvd. GNR have gone back to retro pricing with tickets at $10, limit one per person. CASH ONLY! Purchasers will receive a non-transferable wrist band at point of sale. While in the queue, fans are invited to start the celebratory day with a trip down memory lane in the venue where Slash used to work (GNR amateur historians also know Axl worked across the street at the now defunct Tower Video), as the old Tower store will be transformed into a complete interactive GNR experience with a memorabilia exhibit curated by Blaine Halvorson, designer of MadeWorn. The exhibit opens at 12pm and will include historic items such as members’ classic attire, original artwork, personal awards and more. Additionally, GNR exclusive merchandiser, Bravado will be onsite with a pop up shop featuring exclusive merchandise to celebrate the April 1 Troubadour appearance.
Given Axl’s recent form “Sometime after 11pm” seems a fair warning for ticket buyers.
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