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1992.11.29 - Estadio El Campín, Bogota, Colombia

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1992.11.29 - Estadio El Campín, Bogota, Colombia

Post by Soulmonster on Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:28 pm

November 29, 1992.

Estadio El Campín.

Bogota, Colombia.

01. Welcome to the Jungle
02. Mr. Brownstone
03. It's So Easy
04. Live and Let Die
05. Attitude
06. Double Talkin' Jive
07. Civil War
08. Bad Obsession
09. So Fine
10. Patience
11. November Rain
12. Don't Cry
13. Paradise City

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

When we were in Bogota, Columbia, it started raining during 'November Rain', and the crowd lost their minds. That city deserved to have that happen more than any place else in the world, because 'November Rain' was Number One for 60 weeks. Singing in the rain. It was a very special moment. We all got very happy about it, because we were having a miserable time in Bogota. There's big hotels and armed security everywhere.[Raw Magazine, 1993]
Sometimes I can go out with two security people and have a normal day, just go shopping or look around. In Bogota it was hectic. You needed two vans of security. It was a nightmare. But I went to antique shops because I'm into collecting crucifixes. It was fun because the fans were mostly schoolgirls in their little outfits. We had plenty of security keeping everybody back, so it was really cute.[Raw Magazine, 1993]
Next concert: 1992.12.02.
Previous concert: 1992.11.25.
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Re: 1992.11.29 - Estadio El Campín, Bogota, Colombia

Post by Blackstar on Wed Dec 19, 2018 12:03 am

Doug Goldstein: Guns N’ Roses Manager For 17 Years! Recalls Harrowing Escape!

Rock legends Guns N’ Roses have been in the news these past few weeks. With their show – stealing set at Coachella, and their recent pop up performance at The Troubadour, Guns N’ Roses prove they are as popular as ever before. Former manager of the band, Doug Goldstein, recounts a hair-raising experience south of the border. while on tour with G N’ R.

So the three of us (Axl, Slash and I) used to have numerous meetings on the plane. I managed Guns N’ Roses for 17 years. One of the classic stories I’d like to share is our trip to Bogota, Colombia back in 1991.

We were to play two nights (Friday and Saturday) in Bogota. After playing a Thursday show in Caracas Venezuela, we flew into Bogota only to find out there had been a coupe attempt in Caracas, which closed the airport, meaning our gear was being held back.

The promoters tried to talk me into giving back half the money and just playing the Saturday show. I blatantly told them “No way”, that we would play on the Saturday and Sunday!! The promoters opted for one show on Saturday. We played the show and there were at least 30,000 fans trying to gain access into the building. Cops on horseback were deployed and they were hitting fans over the head!

The band started playing “November Rain”, and the rain started pouring down in the roofless stadium. The fans who couldn’t get in ravaged the streets looting the shops in town!

At about 7am, I heard a knock on my door. I got up and there was a soldier who stuck a machine gun in my chest. I read the note (which was written in Spanish), and it said I have a mandatory meeting with the mayor at 3pm. I told him I would let Mr. Goldstein know as soon as he got back!

I called my U.S. Embassy security guy and asked him to come to my room. I asked him what the letter meant, and he told me what I had assumed. There was no meeting — they were going to kidnap me and hold me until we returned half the money. We woke up the security guys and had them get the entourage together and hauled ass to the airport!

Whew!!! Escaped just in time! One of thousands of stories that come from managing “The Most Dangerous Band in Music History”!!!!

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Re: 1992.11.29 - Estadio El Campín, Bogota, Colombia

Post by Blackstar Today at 4:42 am

From The Age, December 4, 1992:

Concerts banned after Gunners riot


Authorities here have banned huge rock concerts after at least 20 people were injured in a riot following a concert by the US group Guns N’ Roses, the Bogota daily 'EΙ Tiempo’ reported earlier this week.

Officials said the ban is indefinite. The move comes after about 1500 people, most of whom could not get tickets for the show, fought police, smashed parked cars and looted stores after the concert on Sunday.

Police estimated the riot caused more than $165,000 in damage.

The concert, attended by more than 45,000 people at a stadium in northeast Bogota, was billed by promoters as the greatest show ever held in Colombia.

The band’s singer Axl Rose was recently fined and ordered to perform community work after being convicted by a US court of inciting a riot during a Guns N’ Roses concert last year in St. Louis.

► Guns N’ Roses play the Calder Park raceway on 1 February.

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