Axl Rose reveals he was able to SLEEP at Spurs Stadium after falling ill between performances when Guns N’ Roses canceled their Glasgow show on ‘medical advice’ as the rocker was struggling with his voice
Axl Rose has revealed he has slept in Spurs’ new £1billion stadium after falling ill between appearances with Guns N’ Roses.
The rockers performed at Tottenham Stadium on Saturday and Axl told the crowd he was too ill to return to the five-star Mandarin Hotel with the rest of the band.
The band also canceled their gig in Glasgow on Tuesday night on “medical advice” because Axl, 60, is feeling down and struggling with his voice.
Illness: Axl Rose has revealed he has been sleeping at the new £1billion Spurs Stadium after falling ill between appearances with Guns N’ Roses (pictured in April 2022)
According to The Sun, the singer told the crowd: “As you can see I’ve got a couple of issues, these shows are really important to us, I slept here last night.
“So I’m going to switch the songs vocally, I hope you don’t mind. I would really like to continue.’
The latest statement, released on Guns N’ Roses’ official social media pages, confirmed the cancellation of their Glasgow show.
It read: “Unfortunately, due to illness and medical advice, GN’R are unable to perform in Glasgow tomorrow 5 July 2022.”
Show: The rockers performed at Tottenham Stadium on Saturday and Axl told the crowd he was too ill to return to the five-star Mandarin Hotel with the rest of the band (pictured in 2020)
They have vowed to postpone the show and asked fans to keep their tickets.
“We are working on rebooking options for this show so please keep your tickets and wait for another update. We appreciate your understanding and patience.’
The concert cancellation comes after reports that fans had to wait two hours to get into the show over the weekend.
The ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ rockers played two nights at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but due to the delay, support act Gary Clark Jr. were unable to perform.
Update: The latest statement released on Guns N’ Roses official social media pages confirmed the cancellation of their Glasgow show
They also played a shorter set of 22 to 19 songs on the second night (7/3/22).
“November Rain” and “Rocket Queen” were among the more boisterous songs.
Axl and Co will next perform at the Olympiastadion in Munich on Friday.
Back soon: The band have vowed to postpone the show and asked fans to keep their tickets (pictured April 2022)