Watch Guns n’ Roses Release Pro-Shot Video Of Curfew-Breaking Performance
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Guns N’ Roses have release a pro-shot footage of their performance at the BottleRock Napa Valley festival last September 4. Their set made the headlines after they brought out a surprise guest for their final track “Paradise City” – Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. And then, the show was cut short by the organizers after it went beyond the strict 10PM curfew at the Napa Valley Expo.
The crowd booed after power was shut down. But like the professionals that they were, they continued to play as though nothing happened. After they finished the song, Axl Rose threw his mic off stage, took a bow, and walked off. They captioned the video below with, “Fans taking the lead after the curfew cut the sound. ”
Guns N’ Roses weren’t the first rock acts to break the curfew. Others whose performances were cut short include Neil Young, Foo Fighters, and The Cure.
GnR, particularly Axl Rose, used to be notoriously tardy. But following their reunion in 2016, they’ve become punctual. In fact, they took the stage at around 7:30 PM at the BottleRock Napa Valley festival. They’re currently on the road for their ongoing stadium tour including a pair of shows at the Hard Rock Live Arena in Hollywood, Florida on October 2 and 3.