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Guns N` Roses to Perform in Indonesia on Thursday Night  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The American rock band Guns N' Roses will hold a concert on Thursday evening, November 8 in the main stadium of Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, Central Jakarta. The personnel was said to have arrived in Jakarta since Tuesday.

Other than the group member, they brought along 50 crews for technical support during the reunion concert of Axl Rose and Slash. Approximately 40 tons of show equipment including sound system, lighting, cameras were brought to enliven the three-hour concert.

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Adib Hidayat, a representative of the concert promotor Third Eye Management, explained the organizer had provided facilities requested by the rock band.

“[The facility] is based on the riders but we cannot reveal it,” Adib said, adding that the matter was related to the agreement with the management party.

The concert of Not In This Lifetime Tour in Jakarta was a series of Guns N’ Roses’ world tour this year. Indonesia became the first country in Asia to hold the concert that promoted by UnUsUal Entertainment Pte Ltd and Third Eye Management.

AISHA SHAIDRA

 



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