GUNS N' ROSES: More Cancellations On The Way!!

December 7, 2002

Sunday night's (Dec. 8) GUNS N' ROSES concert at First Union Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has been officially cancelled, according to a statement issued by Comcast Spectacor Ventures, which owns and operates the arena. Friday night's (Dec. 6) concert at neighboring First Union Center will not be rescheduled. Also cancelled, according to a Ticketmaster representative, are the GUNS N' ROSES concerts at MCI Center in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 9, Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque, NM on Dec. 21, America West Arena in Phoenix, AZ on Dec. 22, Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA on Dec. 30 and HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA on Dec. 31. More cancellations are expected to be announced shortly.

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