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Guns N' Roses are set for two nights at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. Find out everything you need to know about the gigs here.
Guns N' Roses are finally set to bring their world tour to London with a duo of dates at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the North of the capital.
Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Dizzy Reed and co will play hits from across their career to a legion of fans, but what time will they start, who's supporting and what can we expect on the setlist.
Find out everything you need to know about GNR in London, including stage times, support acts and transport, below.
GNR will play two shows at Tottenham Hotspurs in London on 1st and 2nd July 2022.
Michael Monroe and Gary Clark Jr are supporting Guns N' Roses on both nights in London.
The stage times for Guns N' Roses listed on the Tottenham Hotspurs stadium website are as follows:
Early Entry Doors: 3.15pm
Main Doors: 3.30pm
First support act: 4.30pm - 5pm
Second support act: 5.30pm - 6.15pm
Guns N' Roses: 6.45pm
General Admission Bars Close: 10.30pm
Premium Bars Close: 11.30pm
Stadium Closes: Midnight
There are still a limited amount of tickets for Guns N' Roses at Tottenham Hotspurs.
Visit ticketmaster.co,uk for more information.
It's not confirmed yet what the band will play in London, but a glance at their Dublin gig suggests the rockers will play a career-spanning set of around 27 tracks.
See their setlist from Dublin's Marlay Park on 28th June:
25. Patience (The Beatles' "Blackbird" intro)
26. You're Crazy (AFD version)
27. Paradise City
The easiest way to get to the the Spurs stadium is by public transport and driving is NOT recomended.
It is serviced by four stations, either providing London Underground, London Overground and Greater Anglia services. They are Seven Sisters, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and White Hart Lane.
There are also several TfL bus routes serving the stadium but buses will also be on diversion, with the nearest roads closed during the event.
Pre-booked shuttle buses are also available.
Saturday 2nd July: Industrial Action
On Saturday 2nd of July there will be Industrial strike action on Greater Anglia services. This means Northumberland Park station will be closed and services via Tottenham Hale will be significantly reduced ahead of the gig. After the show, no Greater Anglia services will operate from Tottenham Hale.
According to the Met Office the weather in Tottenham will see highs of 21 degrees, lows of 14 degrees with a 30% chance of rain around 2pm.
The weather is very similar on Saturday, with highs of 21 degrees and lows of 14 degrees and a 50% chance of rain at 7pm when the band are on stage.