GUNS N' ROSES has been added to The Governer's Ball festival, set to take place June 7-9 on Randall's Island in New York City. They join the likes of KANYE WEST, KINGS OF LEON, GRIZZLY BEAR, ANIMAL COLLECTIVE, KENDRICK LAMAR and many others.
The Governer's Ball showcases all genres of music, including dance, indie rock, hip-hop, pop and electronica.
Along with four stages of live music, The Governor's Ball will also feature activities such as a silent disco, photo booths, ping-pong, lawn games and a life-size game of Connect 4. More than a dozen food vendors will also be on hand to feed hungry festivalgoers.
For more information, visit the festival's official web site.
In addition sole original member Axl Rose (lead vocals), the current lineup of GUNS N' ROSES includes guitarists Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, Richard Fortus and DJ Ashba, bassist Tommy Stinson, keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Chris Pitman and drummer Frank Ferrer.
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