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Guns n Roses Jakarta Concert Presale Tickets Available Soon
Wednesday, 13 June, 2018 | 20:00 WIB
Guns n Roses Jakarta Concert Presale Tickets Available Soon

TEMPO.CO, JakartaGuns n Roses will once again pay a visit to Jakarta through their `Not In This Lifetime` Tour of 2018. Event promoter UnUsual Entertainment & TEM announced that the legendary rock band's concert will be held in November 2018 at the Gelora Bung Karno stadium (GBK), Jakarta. 

UnUsUaL Entertainment & TEM said on Monday that the concert’s limited ticket pre-sale will be opened on June 27 which can be purchased through its official website at id.bookmyshow.com/gnrjkt.

Indonesia will be the 20th country in the list of countries that Guns n Roses will visit. Prior to their performance in Jakarta, the band will perform at Reykjavik National Stadium in Iceland. 

The band that consists of Axl Rose, Bumblefoot, DJ Ashba, Richard Fortus, Tommy Stinson, Frank Ferrer, Dizzy Reed, and Chris Pitman will continue its world tour to the Philippines and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, before ending the tour at Johannesburg Stadium in South Africa.

Guns n Roses’ visit to Jakarta marks the second time the band has performed here. They previously performed at Ancol International Stadium in North Jakarta through its 'Appetite for Democracy' tour in 2012. 

Nunuy Nurhayati

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