‘Sixth-seeded upset’ Arizona upset… Legendary rock group cancels Game 3 concert at ballpark “due to safety concerns with overlapping crowds”
Fans are reacting to Major League Baseball’s “Fall Rebellion” in Arizona. The legendary rock group, which was scheduled to play a concert at its home stadium, canceled the show due to safety concerns.
“The rock band Guns N’ Roses canceled their concert at Arizona’s home stadium, Chase Field, to ‘congratulate Arizona on their postseason run,'” ABC reported on Aug. 8.
“Due to the Major League Baseball Playoffs being held in Arizona, we have regretfully canceled our concert show at Chase Field on April 12,” Guns N’ Roses said on their social media accounts. “Instead, we will be moving to Talking Stick Resort this Sunday to perform a make-up date show.”
“Guns N’ Roses’ show was scheduled to take place in the afternoon, but that same evening, Game 3 of the National League Division Series (NLDS) between Arizona and the Los Angeles Dodgers will take place at the same venue, and due to concerns about overcrowding and safety, Guns N’ Roses has made the decision to cancel their show altogether,” ABC said.먹튀검증
Formed in the United States in 1985, Guns N’ Roses became a legendary rock group with hits such as the iconic “Welcome to the Jungle” and continue to tour extensively. To date, they have sold 66.7 million albums worldwide, with unofficial estimates putting their total sales at over 100 million. In 2009, he traveled to South Korea for a concert.
Meanwhile, Arizona, which barely made it into fall ball as the last sixth seed in the National League, has made a scary run in the postseason. After sweeping third-seeded Milwaukee in two games in the Wild Card Series, the Cacti swept the second-seeded Dodgers in the Division Series, taking Games 1 and 2 on the road.
Arizona and the Dodgers will play Games 3 and 4 at Chase Field on April 12 and 13. The best-of-five NLDS will move back to Dodger Stadium on the 15th if a Game 5 is needed.