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Less guns, more roses: Guns N' Roses perform in Yarkon Park in front of tens of thousands of spectators - voila! culture

2023-06-05T17:52:29.534Z

Highlights: The legendary band performed its fourth performance in Israel, with 60,<> Israelis in the crowded park. The show was preceded by a warm-up performance by Where's the Kid. After three songs, vocalist Axl Rose addressed the crowd, asking fans, "How do you doing?" In addition, viewers reported a discordant sound. The band previously performed in Israel in 1993, in its non-original lineup in July 2012, and then again in 2017 with some of the founders returning to the band.


The legendary band performed its fourth performance in Israel, with 60,<> Israelis in the crowded park. The show was preceded by a warm-up performance by Where's the Kid


Guns N' Roses in the park, tonight (Photo: Omri Silver)

The legendary Guns N' Roses band performed its fourth performance in Israel on Monday evening, in front of tens of thousands of Israelis who came to Yarkon Park. This is six years after her previous appearance here. According to the production, about 60,19 tickets offered for sale were all purchased. Due to heavy traffic congestion in the area, the Rokach interchange was even closed to vehicular traffic earlier.

After warm-ups by the Israeli band Where's the Child, the show - which is expected to last about three hours - opened at around 40:<> p.m. with the song "It's So Easy". At the beginning of the performance, there was very little interaction between the band and the many spectators. After three songs, vocalist Axl Rose addressed the crowd, asking fans, "How do you doing?" In addition, viewers reported a discordant sound. He later told the audience: "We wanted to have a small meeting, we're glad you could jump."

Guns N' Roses in the park, tonight (Photo: Omri Silver)

The American band formed in 1985, and two years later released their debut album, Appetite for Destruction. In total, she has released six studio albums and three EPs. After personnel upheavals, in 2017 two of its founders, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McGagan, returned to the band, returning to its almost original lineup (Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin did not rejoin the lineup).

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The band arrived in Israel as part of a world tour that includes the United States, Europe and Australia. The band previously performed in Israel in 1993, in its non-original lineup in July 2012, and then again in 2017 with some of the founders returning to the band.

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