Guns N’ Roses will put the rock n’ roll in Sacramento this weekend.
Axl Rose, The Slash and co are on the road across North America for their latest tour. It will see them play a headline set at Aftershock Festival before heading to other major cities this month.
The next stop will see them perform at the festival in California. It comes after the band headlined Glastonbury Festival and BST Festival in the UK this summer.
Here is all you need to know:
When and where is Guns N’ Roses next show?
The Paradise City rockers will headline the Sunday at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA. The performance date is 8 October.
Can you get tickets?
Ticketmaster.com still has tickets available and prices start from $34 each.
What time do the doors open?
The gates will open earlier in the day for the Aftershock Festival.
Gun N' Roses are due to begin their performance at 7.25pm
What could the setlist be for Guns N’ Roses?
Guns N’ Roses full setlist for BST Hyde Park has now been confirmed. It lasted 3 hours
Here is the setlist, according to Setlist.fm:
It’s So Easy
Slither(Velvet Revolver cover)
Welcome to the Jungle(Link Wray’s “Rumble” intro)
Double Talkin’ Jive
Pretty Tied Up
Live and Let Die(Wings cover)
Down on the Farm(UK Subs cover)
You Could Be Mine
T.V. Eye(The Stooges cover) (Duff on lead vocals)
Civil War(Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”)
Slash Guitar Solo
Sweet Child o’ Mine
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door(Bob Dylan cover)
How long is a Guns N’ Roses concert?
The rock legends set length has varied during the tour so far - from around two hours to as long as three hours.
Who are the support acts?
Alice in Chains are supporting Guns N' Roses for the show in Houston.