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Guns N’ Roses Book New York’s Brooklyn Bowl Ahead of Governor’s Ball Appearance

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Guns N’ Roses are taking advantage of an opportunity in their tour schedule to play for as many fans as possible. The group, who were already planning to headline the Governor’s Ball at New York’s Randall’s Island Saturday night (June 8), will now appease their fan demand by also playing the Williamsburg-based Brooklyn Bowl this Thursday (June 6).

According to New York station, Q104.3, tickets are expected to go on sale this evening at 5PM ET via Ticketfly for $150. The band will take the stage during a late-night performance at 11PM ET.

As for the Governor’s Ball, Guns N’ Roses are part of a weekend that also includes performances from Kings of Leon, Kanye West, Nas, The Avett Brothers, Dinosaur Jr., Gary Clark, Jr., The XX and many more.

In other Guns N’ Roses news, the group recently contributed an artist-painted full band autographed guitar for auction as part of a Rocklahoma-backed auction to raise money for victims of Oklahoma’s recent tornados. Bidding is currently underway at this location.

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