GUNS N' ROSES: 'Live In London' Big-Screen Event 'Postponed' By Management

The big-screen premiere of GUNS N' ROSES' June 2012 performance at London, England's O2 Arena, which was scheduled for October 29 at select theaters in Europe, has been "postponed" by the band's management.

The news of the event's cancelation can be found by following the links below.

* Showcase Cinemas UK (United Kingdom)
* UCI Kinowelt (Germany)
* Finnkino (Finland)
* SIA Forum Cinemas (Latvia)

A trailer for the concert film, which promised to show the grand finale of the band's U.K. tour in "stunning" HD quality and Surround Sound, can be seen below.

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GUNS N' ROSES launched its first-ever residency in Las Vegas on October 31 at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Each night, the band is performing an electrifying show featuring a setlist created exclusively for The Joint. Appetite For Democracy spans the band's biggest hits from their debut album "Appetite For Destruction" (1987) through their platinum-selling record "Chinese Democracy" (2008).


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