May 26, 2018

Guns N’ Roses Live in Manila 2018

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  • American rock band Guns N’ Roses announces additional tour dates to six more countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, China, UAE, including the Philippines!

    For the very first time since the band’s reunion two years ago, the massive success of Guns N’ Roses: Not In This Lifetime Tour 2018 will finally conquer the Philippine stage to perform their hit rock songs, ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’, ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ and many more!

    Guns N’ Roses made a reunion comeback and surprised everyone when they announced that Axl Rose (vocalist), Slash (guitarist), and McKagan (bassist) are sharing one stage after breaking apart as a band. Who would’ve thought that after almost a decade, their comeback will make new history? It was reported earlier this year that their reunion lands the 4th biggest tour ever with a gross of $475 million!

    Catch one of the biggest reunions ever, Guns N’ Roses: Not In This Lifetime Tour 2018 on November 11, 2018, at the Philippine Arena.

    Tickets will be available on June 9 at 10 am.

    Details:

    What: Guns N’ Roses: Not in this Lifetime Tour 2018
    Where: Philippine Arena, Ciudad de Victoria, Santa Maria, Bulacan
    When: November 11, 2018
    Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/gunsnroses
    Website: www.gunsnroses.com/tour

    Ticket prices:

    Platinum – Php 14,850
    Lower Box A Premium – Php 12,750
    Lower Box A Regular – Php 9,600
    Lower Box B Premium – Php 7,500
    Lower Box B Regular – Php 5,400
    Upper Box A – Php 2,250
    Upper Box B Premium – Php 1,500
    Upper Box B Regular – Php 1,000
    Upper Box Box Sides – Php 800


    Written by Denisse Tenorio

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    According to INC Spokesman Edwil Zabala, in the INTENT of use for the Arena:

    “Our rule is that it will not be offensive to the truth and teachings of God in the Bible, whatever activity is held there. Not to make a profit.” In fact, “it is not even commercialized nor aimed at making money. The Philippine Arena is intended to become “a wholesome gathering place for people and an entertainment venue for the whole family, serving as a venue for religious, cultural and sporting events.”

    In view of these statements, who’s up next at the Philippine Arena? GUNS & ROSES, that’s who. Who are they? Wikipedia describes the hard rock band as “Guns N’ Roses’ late 1980s and early 1990s years have been described as the period in which the group brought forth a “hedonistic rebelliousness” reminiscent of the early Rolling Stones, a reputation that had earned the group the nickname “the most dangerous band in the world”.

    What did Zabala say? “It is not even commercialized nor aimed at making money.” Check out the ticket prizes for the Guns & Roses concert of the poster. P14,850.00? FOR ONE TICKET? NOT COMMERCIALIZED AT ALL?

    What else did Zabala say? The Philippine Arena is intended to become “a wholesome gathering place for people and an entertainment venue for the whole family, serving as a venue for religious, cultural and sporting events.” Ask Guns and Roses if they are “wholesome“. See if they don’t laugh in your face. While you’re at it, ask them to NOT curse or swear during the concert as well. And might as well listen to some of their songs that couldn’t be played on the radio. Wholesome indeed. Ironically enough, here is Guns & Roses’ 3rd Album cover, interestingly enough, entitled “LIES” – You just can’t make this stuff up. It is just so darn ironic !

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