Guns N' Roses India tour: 80 tickets outlets opened
People are thronging the ticket outlets mostly for the Gold seating to get a good view of the iconic band.
New Delhi: Over 80 ticket outlets have been opened across the country for international hard rock band Guns N' Roses' much-awaited multi-city concert in India next month.
The tickets of the event, promoted by MOOZ Entertainment, are available in three categories - Silver (Rs 1,500), Gold (Rs 3,000) and Platinum Lounge (Rs 10,000).
People are thronging the ticket outlets mostly for the Gold seating to get a good view of the iconic band performing evergreen numbers 'Don't cry', 'November rain' and 'Knockin' on heaven's door'.
"Tickets for Guns N' Roses concert are flying off the shelf. The demand is surging for all the three cities. We encourage fans not to miss out on this experience of a lifetime and get their tickets now," Karamjeet Singh, senior vice president, MOOZ Entertainment, said in a statement.
"We wanted to provide equal access to thousands of fans who would prefer to walk in and buy tickets off the shelf at a nearby outlet in their city," Singh added, as he spoke about opening so many ticket counters, said to be the maximum ever for a concert in the country.
Guns N' Roses, which was first formed in 1985, now has eight members - Axl Rose (lead vocalist), Dizzy Reed, Tommy Stinson, Chris Pitman, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal and DJ Ashba.
They will perform in Bangalore Dec 7, in Mumbai Dec 9 and end their multi-city tour here in Gurgaon Dec 12.
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