mikeman5150

Use your illusion tour vs. not in this lifetime tour

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Two different types of tour:

-On use your illusion we had very popular young band with new album...Singles,videos,interviews were everywhere...Tour were huge and sucesufull,but Guns n Roses didn't could sellout stadiums in US...Across the globe they did it but in US they played arenas...They need one more album and 3-4 yours to made this ''problem''

 

-NITL tour...Probably will be one of the biggest and most succesufull tours ever...There are no videos,new song,interview...Now We had the greatest couple in history together  after 25 years...Stadiums are filled everywhere in the world (US,SA,Australia,Asia,Europe)...Now we have had rock legengs...

O really didn't believe they would sold stadiums on that rang...

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38 minutes ago, gnrkoncerti said:

Guns n Roses didn't could sellout stadiums in US...Across the globe they did it but in US they played arenas...They need one more album and 3-4 yours to made this ''problem''

Well, you got to remember that many of the places they played weren't exactly arenas..

Like:

05.25.91 - Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI: attendance: 40,000

06.02.91 - Toledo Speedway, Toledo, OH: attendance: 30,000

06.11.91 - HersheyPark Stadium, Hershey, PA: attendance: 30,000

07.09.91 - Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX: attendance: 20,000

List goes on..

 

 

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7 hours ago, ruttu69 said:

Well, you got to remember that many of the places they played weren't exactly arenas..

Like:

05.25.91 - Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI: attendance: 40,000

06.02.91 - Toledo Speedway, Toledo, OH: attendance: 30,000

06.11.91 - HersheyPark Stadium, Hershey, PA: attendance: 30,000

07.09.91 - Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX: attendance: 20,000

List goes on..

 

 

I mean they didn't sell out football stadiums like in 2016 (with 50000-60000 people)

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