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Guns N’ Roses confirm maiden India tour this December

The concert is being promoted in India by Mooz entertainment.

Written by Agencies | New Delhi |
October 22, 2012 3:19:12 pm

American hard rock band Guns N’ Roses,behind international hits like ‘November Rain’,’Don’t Cry’,and ‘Catcher In The Rye’,are all set to come to India on their maiden tour this December.

The band,which comprises of Axl Rose,DJ Ashba,Dizzy Reed,Tommy Stinson,Richard Fortus,Ron Thal,Chris Pitman and Frank Ferrer,will be performing in Bengaluru,Mumbai and Gurgaon on December 7,9 and 12 respectively.

Lead guitarist Dj Ashba shared his excitement about their upcoming tour.

“I am looking forward to performing for the beautiful people of India! Together we are going to create a party that people will talk about for years to come,” Ashba said.

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Keyboard player Reed,said,”It has been a life long dream of mine to visit India. I’ve always been fascinated by it’s ancient culture and influential people. For all of the GN’R fans in India,the wait is almost over! See you in December.”

“Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that i would be playing a concert in India. I am truly fortunate and can’t wait to see the Indian people go crazy for GN’R,” drummer Ferrer added.

The concert is being promoted in India by Mooz entertainment and tickets for the Guns N’ Roses concert are available on

“Our effort is to give rock fans in India a full frontal feel of the GN’R experience. In effect what the audience will see and hear is precisely geared to exacting international standards,” said Karamjeet Singh,Senior VP,Mooz Entertainment.

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