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WOWIE ZOWIE!!!!! Right after THESE shows is when they are REEEEAALLY start cranking out a new album. 

lets play a fun game and try to guess what the setlist might look like? Here is my prediction...

1. It's So Easy
2. Mr. Brownstone
3. Chinese Democracy
4. Welcome ToThe Jungle
5. Double Talkin' Jive
6. Better
7. Estranged
8. Live And Let Die (Wings cover)
9. Rocket Queen
10. Attitude (Misfits cover)
11. This I Love
12. Civil War
13. Slither (Velvet Revolver cover) 
14. Slash Guitar Solo
15. Speak Softly Love (Nino Rota cover)
16. Sweet Child O' Mine
17. Wichita Lineman (Jimmy Webb cover)
18. Used To Love Her
19. Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd cover) 
20. November Rain
21. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan cover)
22. Nightrain

Encore:

23. Patience
24. Paradise City

 

what do u guys think???

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Its Tino said:

Sheesh you would think this was as American band or something. Of course they’re going to have more US legs than Europe, Asia, etc 

I mean yeah but the ratio this time is way more NA centered than in the past. There's going to have been more U.S legs than years that the tour has been running...

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Slash said they’d really working on stuff after the festival dates. The Voodoo Festival is Oct 25 which is pretty much when this mini-tour ends. So I don’t think this will conflict with the timeline of their work with the new stuff. Now if they add anything more after this, then yeah that would be irritating. 

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2 hours ago, lukepowell1988 said:

Sadly yeah it kinda makes sense at this point.

 

There is clearly no ambition from Axl to actually do anything outside of touring.

 

Reside in Vegas and charge the earth for tickets people will still pay to turn up.

Kind of like Aerosmith's current residency in Vegas.  Have you seen the ticket prices for those shows?

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1 hour ago, RussTCB said:

I honestly hear that argument. When things like this happen, I try to remember the huge runs we've had where I really wanted to see GN'R but they weren't touring. I'm really hoping for a setlist shake up at the very least though. 

Yeah no matter what happens, I am grateful Axl is back to still touring at a frequent basis, let alone with Slash and Duff! Things are still miles better than they were in 2014, as far as I’m concerned.

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11 minutes ago, GNRfanJen said:

Slash said they’d really working on stuff after the festival dates. The Voodoo Festival is Oct 25 which is pretty much when this mini-tour ends. So I don’t think this will conflict with the timeline of their work with the new stuff. Now if they add anything more after this, then yeah that would be irritating. 

I remember when Dizzy, Ashba, Fortus, and BBF used to say VERY similar things and frequently. How many albums did we get from those promises? I know that we're supposed to pretend that this is different because Slash is the one now saying it, but don't forget that the same decision maker is still in place. If I were you, I'd prepare myself to be irritated.

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10 minutes ago, Gnrcane said:

Kind of like Aerosmith's current residency in Vegas.  Have you seen the ticket prices for those shows?

Go on How much?

 

I reckon at least $200

 

Vegas is the ultimate cash grab for these sorts of acts.

 

They reckon after London Jacko was going to do Vegas you can see why.

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33 minutes ago, AxlIsGod. said:

I mean yeah but the ratio this time is way more NA centered than in the past. There's going to have been more U.S legs than years that the tour has been running...

My guess is because American interest will wain faster. 

I appreciate your frustrations. If possible, pick a US date and make a holiday out of it!

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I can live with it if they tour a week longer than actually announced but they should concentrate on new music as soon as possible. I don't think they'll play anything new on this leg

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I’ll be in Jacksonville Florida October 1st for college- too bad I’m a broke ass college student. :/ 

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10 minutes ago, lukepowell1988 said:

Go on How much?

 

I reckon at least $200

 

Vegas is the ultimate cash grab for these sorts of acts.

 

They reckon after London Jacko was going to do Vegas you can see why.

I paid 250 for Elton John at Caesars about 10 years ago lol-I cant remember what the cheapest was, around 100-I decided to splurge. FWIW they are on stubhub for 250 rn

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16 minutes ago, lukepowell1988 said:

Go on How much?

 

I reckon at least $200

 

Vegas is the ultimate cash grab for these sorts of acts.

 

They reckon after London Jacko was going to do Vegas you can see why.

$200 would be cheap compared to what they've been charging in the US. NITL has been upwards of $300 for the best seats/pit. 

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15 minutes ago, lukepowell1988 said:

Go on How much?

 

I reckon at least $200

 

Vegas is the ultimate cash grab for these sorts of acts.

 

They reckon after London Jacko was going to do Vegas you can see why.

The worst seats were around $150 face value (you can't see them anymore, they are all resale).  The lower level was something like $250 and up.  I definitely see why these acts do it.  The promoter saves all kinds of money vs. a tour because they don't have to keep building and tearing down stages.  The artists get paid similar to an arena because the revenue is almost as much even with half the capacity.  Plus, the artists don't have to travel every other day.

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3 hours ago, GoForJMark said:

Said it before. Will this tour ever end? 

Axl: "Not in this lifetime..." 

They gotta bring new music now. 

Axl: "Not in this lifetime..." 


But serious...let's be positive !
There might be a new song....or even more than that.

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I have a feeling those two Vegas shows are going to be pricey. I'd guess that tickets close to the stage will have a face value of around $400.

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36 minutes ago, AxlRoseCDII said:

I’ll be in Jacksonville Florida October 1st for college- too bad I’m a broke ass college student. :/ 

Wait for last minute tickets, you should be able to get nosebleeds for cheap. Also look for radio contests.

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11 minutes ago, 6lake sa66ath said:

I wonder if this extra number of dates will ensure NITL eclipses UYI for total shows played?

UYI tour had 194 shows, NITL has 174 so far (the fall shows included) so I guess they still have a reason to keep on adding dates :wacko:

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Wait so...those Mexican dates & American dates are part of NITL? Maybe Guns wants to shift Ed Sheeran from 2nd place in the all time concert grossing list but I doubt it cause he's about 40-50 Million in front with at least another 25-26 shows to go yet. 

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