Guns N' Roses are performing in London - and fans say they will sell everything they own for tickets

Guns N’ Roses are set to perform in London for the first time since the classic line-up got back together, and music fans can not wait.

The American rock band are bringing their Not In This Lifetime tour to Europe in 2017, and will play London Stadium in June.

Band members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan started playing together again early in 2016, having last performed together as Guns N’ Roses in 1993.

They hit the road for the Not In This Lifetime tour in April and have gone on to play dozens of dates across North and Latin America.

The European leg kicks off on May 27, with a show at Dublin’s Slane Castle, and they will hit the stage in London on June 16.

The news has generated much excitement among fans on Twitter.

Some have joked that they will sell everything they own – even a kidney – to snag tickets to see the rockers.

Better get saving!

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