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1992.09.13 - Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, Canada

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1992.09.13 - Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, Canada

Post by Soulmonster on Mon Oct 01, 2012 12:29 am

September 13, 1992.

Exhibition Stadium.

Toronto, Canada.

01. Welcome to the Jungle
02. It's So Easy
03. Mr. Brownstone
04. Live and Let Die
05. Attitude
06. Bad Obsession
07. Double Talkin' Jive
08. Civil War
09. Patience
10. You Could Be Mine
11. November Rain
12. Sweet Child O'Mine
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
14. Don't Cry
15. Paradise City

Axl Rose (vocals), Gilby Clarke (rhythm guitarist), Slash (lead guitarist), Duff McKagan (bass), Dizzy Reed (keyboards) and Matt Sorum (drums).

Next concert: 1992.09.15.
Previous concert: 1992.09.11.
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Re: 1992.09.13 - Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, Canada

Post by Blackstar on Sun Jan 27, 2019 12:50 pm

From The Gazette/Canadian Press, September 15, 1992

Guns N’ Roses give fans money’s worth in Toronto


TORONTO — About 45,000 heavy-metal fans rocked into the wee hours of the morning yesterday at a Guns Ν' Roses-Metallica concert at Exhibition Stadium.

“They were better here than in Montreal," said Frank Gismondi, 22, of nearby Concord. “(There) they played five songs and left — then it went crazy.” Last month, 12 people were arrested as fans rampaged at Olympic Stadium after Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose cut short his performance, apparently because he had a sore throat. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage was reported.

At the Canadian National Exhibition grounds on Lake Ontario, however, the band played so late fans were too tired to make trouble.

“There were tons of cops around." said Clint Cummings. 17, of suburban Scarborough. “You couldn’t do anything if you wanted to.”

Scalpers were getting up to $150 for $36 tickets for the concert.

“They were worth every penny,” said Dave Carroll, 19, of Ottawa.

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