GUNS N' ROSES Set Philadelphia Date, Prepare To Announce Tour Details

September 24, 2002

GUNS N' ROSES will be performing at First Union Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 6th, according to Pollstar. The concert will presumably occur as part of the band's upcoming 40-plus date North American tour, which is rumored to have a late October kick-off date.

Although no official word has come down as yet, unconfirmed reports indicate that tickets for at least a portion of the tour will go on sale as early as this Saturday, September 28th. A small pop-up message on the band's official web site seemingly confirms these reports, stating simply: "Check back this week for information on tickets for the upcoming tour."

We'll have more information on GN'R's upcoming touring plans as it becomes available.

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