GUNS N' ROSES will be performing at FleetCenter in Boston, Massachusetts on either Thursday, November 7th or Tuesday, November 26th, according to two Massachusetts-area radio stations who have announced the conflicting dates via their official web sites.
Although they can't seem to agree on the exact date for the concert itself, WAAF 107.3 FM and WBCN 104.1 FM are both reporting that tickets for GN'R's Boston concert will go on sale via Ticketmaster on Saturday, September 28th at 10:00 a.m.
It is believed that GUNS N' ROSES will play Boston as part of a 40-plus date North American tour, which is rumored to have a kick-off date in late October.
Elsewhere on the GN'R-related front, if you've ever wondered whether singer Axl Rose ever leaves his house to do his own shopping or run his own errands (as we're sure most of you have — ahem!), your mind will be put at ease after viewing the following set of photos of Rose and his personal assistant, Beta Lebeis (mislabeled by the photographer as Axl's "sister"), on a shopping spree in Malibu, California, taken on Friday, September 6th:
Axl + Beta #1
Axl + Beta #2
Axl + Beta #3
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