Guns N’ Roses To Host Free Exhibition To Celebrate ‘Appetite for Destruction’!

Guns N' Roses Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan

According to fan site Axl Rose Fan Club, Guns N ‘Roses will be hosting a free exhibition in Brazil to celebrate the group’s debut album ‘Appetite for Destruction’. According to the article:

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Guns N ‘Roses’ debut album, “Appetite for Destruction”, São Paulo will host the Guns N’ Roses Experience exhibition from October 25th to November 25th.

For free, fans can dive into the work of the American band that until today draws crowds wherever it presents itself. The collection has more than 200 pieces, including instruments, photos, videos, albums, personal objects, posters, among other pieces, ranging from the origin of the group in Los Angeles to major international tours.

Organized by Universal Music, the show will be installed for a month on the terrace of the Eldorado mall, in the western area of ​​São Paulo.

Amongst the highlights is the Uber Box. The box features items unique to collectors, such as a dozen lithographs, rings with the faces of hand-carved members, metal lapel badges with the faces of the band, replica of the band’s first stage banner. club times, bandana, collector’s coin with unique images stamped on both sides, posters, lithographs by Robert Williams, group lithographs never seen before, replicas of show flyers, replicas of left-handed classical concert tickets, guitar picks in metal with autographs stamped on the back.

Another item that promises to attract fans is a cross sculptured and hand painted in 3D, which has only 50 units distributed in the world.

In June of this year, Guns released a new remastered edition of the album, released on July 21, 1987. The version is available in major stores in the country, CD versions and double Deluxe CD, and all digital platforms. The double album features seven previously unreleased tracks, including the single “Shadow of your Love”

The re-release features some of the group’s biggest hits, such as “Sweet Child O ‘Mine,” “Welcome to The Jungle,” “Nightrain,” and “Paradise City