Axl Rose and his crew are coming back to the UK in October for the first time in four years, for another leg of the ongoing 'Chinese Democracy' tour (and when we say 'ongoing', we mean 'ongoing' - it started nearly 10 years ago). The accompanying album took long enough to appear in 2008, but it reached the Top 5 in 10 countries without too much bother - basically, Guns N' Roses are about as big as you can get. And of course, you want to see them live, right?
The band will return to England with three arena shows in October, beginning with the O2 Arena on 13th October, followed by Birmingham on the 17th and Manchester on the 18th. Tickets go on sale on Friday 6th August at 9AM, with prices ranging from £40 to £50 + fees - tickets will obviously fly out.
Meanwhile, Guns N' Roses will be appearing at the Reading and Leeds Festivals over the Bank Holiday weekend, guaranteeing festival-goers a taster of the classics such as "November Rain", "Sweet Child 'O Mine", "Paradise City" and, well, you should know them all by now!