Rock music fans, get ready to witness the concert of the century here in Wellington this February 2017!
Founder Axl Rose and former members, Slash and Duff McKagan have regrouped for one of the century's most anticipated events - Not in this Lifetime mammoth stadium tour. This is the first time they've played together for New Zealand fans since their infamous 1993 Use Your Illusion tour.
Currently touring the US and South America before heading to Australasia in February 2017, Rolling Stone said: "This was the real thing, the thing we'd all been waiting for: the triumphant return of one of the most important bands to cross rock music history. And it happened in our lifetime."
Legendary Australian band 'Wolfmother' have been confirmed as special guests on the New Zealand tour.
Be part of history at Westpac Stadium, Wellington on Thursday 2 February 2017.
1.00pm - Public car park opens (Please note no commuter parking is available on this day - event parking only - refer to the Concert Information below).
3.30pm - Ticket Box Office opens
5.00pm - Gates open
6.45pm - Wolfmother
7.30pm - End of Wolfmother set
8.00pm - Guns N' Roses
10.45pm - Estimated end of concert
We want to make sure you're all ready to rock on the night with as little stress as possible so we've put together a handy information sheet providing concert details at a glance.
The decanting policy applies as follows:
VIP PIT/DIAMOND GA: All beverages are to be decanted. Please leave personal water bottles at home.
DIAMOND RESERVED/PREMIUM RESERVED (FIELD)/GOLD GA: All alcoholic beverages are to be decanted. Other beverages – caps removed.
BOWL SEATED AREAS: Decanting policy does not apply.
STADIUM CAR PARK
The car park will be closed for standard commuter car parking on Thursday 2 February. It will however open at 1.00pm for this event at a cost of $30 (please note there is a fee for paying by credit card or eftpos of .60c) - limited capacity.
GETTING TO AND FROM THE STADIUM
Make sure you check transport routes in advance and leave plenty of time for your travel to Westpac Stadium so you can kick back and enjoy the show. A traffic management plan is in place on the night: