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Glasgow – and Munich’s concert canceled?
American band Guns N’ Roses have canceled their Glasgow concert due to illness. The Munich appearance on Friday is still on the schedule.
American band Guns N’ Roses (since 1985) has canceled a concert scheduled for Tuesday in Glasgow, Scotland. “Unfortunately, due to illness and medical advice, GN’R will not be able to perform in Glasgow tomorrow 5 July 2022. We are working on rescheduling this show. Please reserve your tickets and await further update. Thank you for your understanding and patience” on Instagram channel The musician is about singer Axel Rose (60) and lead guitarist Slash (56).
Fans are disappointed
Many fans have expressed disappointment at the postponement of the Guns N’ Roses concert in Glasgow. Like the Glasgow Times They reported that they were “absolutely disappointed” that the party wouldn’t last after waiting two years to see the legendary rockers play in town. The original date has been pushed back in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many have already traveled to Glasgow to see the band or have been unable to make up for their accommodation and travel expenses. One fan was quoted as saying: “This is the third postponement – and a third hotel to be paid for and lost.” And another: “I’ve been looking forward to this since I got tickets as a birthday present in 2019.” A third resigned: “I will not see them alive.”
Although his name has not been given, most seem to assume singer Axel Rose has been affected. The Instagram post read: “Hope Axl recovers soon, his health is the most important thing at the moment. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for him and the whole band from here in Brazil. Axl is very popular and can count on our support and affection account.”
Another follower is more specific: “Axl should rest his voice and take care of his mental state! Cutting the playlist to two hours and playing the songs a little slower and in lower tones will help Axl and the band! Take care of yourself, my idol!”
Munich concert will be held
However, it is not clear what the postponement means for the upcoming concert as part of their world tour. Because there is no other information yet. On the band’s website The appearance at the Munich Olympic Stadium on Friday 8 July remains scheduled as usual.
The tour’s entourage will stop over on Sunday 10 July in Milan, Italy. Then Vienna and Hanover on the agenda. In the fall we go to South America, Mexico, Japan and Australia/New Zealand.
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