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2011.04.02 - Época/Blabbermouth - Guns N' Roses Agrees To Pay Fine If Band Hits Stage Late At Rock In Rio

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Post by Blackstar Fri Nov 12, 2021 11:46 am

Guns N' Roses Agrees To Pay Fine If Band Hits Stage Late At Rock In Rio

Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose — who is notorious for his late arrivals onstage — has reportedly agreed to pay a fine if his band shows up later than scheduled for its headlining appearance at this year's Rock In Rio festival, on Sunday, October 2 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

When Guns N' Roses last performed at Rock In Rio in 2001, the band turned up almost two hours late. Luckily, the crowd patiently waited for their idol to come on stage and didn't create any problems for the festival organizers.

Rock in Rio's vice president Roberta Medina tells Época, Globo's weekly news magazine, that Guns N' Roses' appearance at the 2011 event was "the hardest to arrange in the history of the festival." She admitted that no other artists performing at the festival have had a "late" clause included in their contracts. "Bands are usually on time, but GUNS is a different case," she said. "Latenesses like the one in 2001 one can make the audience feel uncomfortable and cause them to possibly start a riot."

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