Guns N' Roses Screams Wrong City On A Concert; 2017 Tour Dates Revealed

Guns N' Roses received different feedbacks during a concert in Melbourne when its announcer, McBob, passionately called Melbourne, Australia as "Sydney". Fans were greatly disappointed with how they were tagged as a wrong city but still, it seems like they were still on cloud nine after the show. Sources revealed that the band immediately apologized for what the announcer has done and implicitly promised that it would not happen again.

Guns N' Roses: 'Sydney!' Instead of 'Melbourne'

Guns N' Roses' concerts are always part of the headline whenever they are finished with their tour. However, it seems like their Melbourne, Australia performance was extra special as the announcer mistakenly tagged the place as "Sydney". Sources revealed that the statement was more awkward as the two cities are known to be the rival of each other.

According to Inquisitr, the band immediately apologized and defended the announcer that has been part of their group for almost 30 years. As of this moment, fans seem to forget the incident as they have nothing but praises for the band's performances. News added that the avid viewers' Facebook and Twitter accounts were filled with love, a great indicator that the show was a real success.

In Guns N' Roses twitter account, they stated,"Melbourne! ‪Accidentally after 30 years, McBob made an error, we're truly sorry.Thank you for coming out tonight!"

Guns N' Roses: Tour Dates And Band Updates

Meanwhile, the band continuously spread out series of announcements regarding their U.S. tour dates. News revealed that the famous rockstars would move around North America this time, which includes the famous city St. Louis. The said group would have to finish their European tour first before they start roaming around the 16 cities in North America.

The band would end their "Not In This Lifetime" tour at San Antonio's Alamodome on September 8, 2017.

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