MTS Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba – January 13th 2010


Here are the reviews I could get from yesterdays show in Winnipeg.   I am glad they liked it!

http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/music/2010/01/14/12461206-qmi.html

http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2010/01/14/guns-n-roses-bring-chinese-democracy-to-north-america-with-marathon-winnipeg-gig/

http://www.spin.com/articles/guns-n-roses-kick-chinese-democracy-tour

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/Guns-N-Roses-show-a-massive-rock-n-roll-spectacle-81474192.html

Axl, DJ Ashba and Tommy Stinson backstage before the Winnipeg show

SET LIST:

GUNS N ROSES

10:45 pm

START

Intro

Chinese Democracy

Welcome to the jungle

It’s so easy

Mr.Brownstone

Shackler’s revenge

Richard Fortus solo

Live and let die

“Don’T throw shit at me or I will leave” – Tommy Stinson

Sorry

If the world

Dizzy Reed solo/street of dreams

Jam/Better

You could be mine

“Did you have happy hollydays?” -Axl Rose

Dj Ashba solo/Sweet child o’ Mine

I.R.S.

Jam/Axl Piano solo/November rain

Jam/Scraped

Bumblefoot solo (Oh Canada/Pink pnather theme

Ou ta get me

Knocking on heaven’s door

Nightrain

“Thank you, Good night”-Axl ROse

Madagascar

jam/This is love

Frank Ferrer solo/Rocket queen

My generation (the who)

“I liked that”-Axl Rose

Patience

Paradise city

outro/My way

1:40 am

(TANKS TO JARMO FOR THE UPDATES-HTGTH.com)




SEBASTIAN BACH

Back In The Saddle
Big Guns
Here I Am
Quicksand Jesus
Stuck Inside
Piece Of Me
18 And Life
American Metalhead
Stabbin Daggers
Monkey Business
I Remember You
Youth Gone Wild


SO here we are, getting in a couple of hours to January 13th.  First gig of Guns n’ Roses for a long time here in Canada.

I will tell you a bit of where they are playing. (Thanks to Wikipedia  ;))  lol

The MTS Centre is an indoor arena at 300 Portage Avenue in Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, at the former Eaton’s site. It is owned by True North Sports & Entertainment Limited, at a cost of $133.5 million CAD, and is 440,000 square feet[1] (41,000 m2) in size. It opened on November 16, 2004, replacing the since-demolished Winnipeg Arena. It can seat 15,003 spectators for ice hockey and up to 16,333 spectators for concerts. It was formerly known as the True North Centre during planning and construction before Manitoba Telecom Services bought the naming rights for $7 million over 10 years.

The MTS Centre is home to the AHL‘s Manitoba Moose hockey team. This building is known for its excellent sound, which has made Winnipeg a more prominent location for concerts.

http://www.mtscentre.ca/  (official site)

So here it is, you know where they are playing.  Let’s hope that 16 333 people will gathered there and rock winnipeg’s ass!

See you tomorrow for updates bros and sis!

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