Guns N’ Roses, reunited for the first time in the established formula, performs on Sunday at the National Arena in Bucharest. The line-up for the 2023 world tour is Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer and Melissa Reese.
All you need to know about Guns N’ Roses concert in Bucharest
The band has finally been reunited with the original formula, and the fans will have a unique opportunity to enjoy their ageless hits like „November Rain”, „Knocking on Heaven’s Door”, „Nightrain,” or „Paradise City”. The atmosphere will certainly be similar to the one the band used to invoke during their late 80s and early 90s concerts.
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons will perform at the show’s opening at the National Arena. Former Motörhead guitarist Phill Campbell will come to Bucharest with his latest project, The Bastard Sons, in anticipation of the third record – „Kings Of The Asylum”, which is to be released this summer by Nuclear Blast Records. Afterward, Guns N’ Roses will take the stage at around 19.30.
Access to the National Arena
Access to the National Arena will be allowed from 4:00 P.M. at the three entrances on Basarabia Boulevard, Maior Coravu Street and Pierre de Coubertin Boulevard.
The organizers recommend that people take into account the area for which they purchased their tickets, respectively: the Standing B, Tribuna 1 West and VIP Standings areas – access from the entrance from Maior Coravu Street; Standing A area – at the entrance from Pierre de Coubertin boulevard; area Tribuna 2 Est and Peluza Sud – entrance from Basarabia boulevard. The access of each participant will be made exclusively at the gate assigned to the sector in which the ticket is purchased.
Forbidden objects inside the National Arena during the concert
Access to the concert area will not be allowed with: drinks and food products purchased from outside the premises, bottles (including perfume bottles of any quantity, any other bottles, deodorants, etc.), plastic cans, aluminum cans, cans, fireworks, stick banners, sprays, lasers, chairs, guns, blunt objects, chains, umbrellas, pets, rucksacks, motorcycle helmets, bulky luggage larger than an A4 sheet, selfie sticks, professional cameras, audio-video recording devices of any kind or GoPro devices.
Access will be allowed in the concert area with compact cameras, lighters, medicines (any such products are only allowed if they are accompanied by a prescription, medical letter or any other document replacing it with a maximum of one daily dose), insulin, asthma inhaler spray.
For the safety of the public and the smooth running of the event, the participants are also asked to submit to a thorough body control at the request of the security agents.
Can you record the show?
Recording of any performance is strictly prohibited. The artist’s management can confiscate any audio-video recording device used in this way owned by the event participants, informs the cited source.
Access of children
The access of children under 12 to the concert is not recommended due to the loud sound. But if the parents choose to accompany the little ones, they will do so at their own risk, purchasing access tickets for them as well. The use of protective headphones or earplugs is recommended for children. The organizers will not provide protective helmets or earplugs. An adult must accompany minors, say the organizers.
Food and drinks inside the National Arena
On the premises of the National Arena, the spectators will have at their disposal alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water, coffee, ice cream and food trucks. All drinks will be served by the glass only. Products can be purchased with cash or bank card at all bars, but due to the large number of participants present at the location, card payments may experience delays.
The bars will cover all public areas: Lawn A, B, rings, and VIP. Smoking will only be allowed in designated areas. There will also be official merchandise points inside the National Arena, where products can be paid with cash and a card.
The stadium roof will be open for the concert and will remain open regardless of weather conditions. There was a storm in Bucharest on Friday morning, not previously announced by the meteo specialists, so it’s highly probable that the weather.