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Guns N' Roses Add Last-Minute Show at Brooklyn Bowl

Tickets for the Thursday performance quickly sold out

Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses performs in Sydney, Australia.
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June 5, 2013 8:20 AM ET

Guns N' Roses have announced a surprise show at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg this Thursday, June 6th. Guns keyboardist Chris Pitman will follow the band's performance with a late-night after-party DJ set. The show presented by Brooklyn Bowl and Governors Ball, where Guns N' Roses are scheduled to headline on Saturday. 

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Tickets for the Brooklyn Bowl performance quickly sold out after they went on sale yesterday for $150 each. Doors for the show open at 8 p.m.

The Brooklyn Bowl show is an extension of a series of intimate performances by the band over the past year, including the Hiro Ballroom, their historic return to Webster Hall, the Electric Factory in Philadelphia and House of Blues in various cities including L.A., Chicago, Houston and Dallas.

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