No alcohol for Guns N’ Roses at Slane gig

It’s a alcohol free zone for Guns N’ Roses at their 2017 Slane gig.

The band are coming back to Slane 25 years to the month after they first played, but this time things will be slightly different backstage.

No alcohol for Guns N’ Roses at Slane gig

While the band’s rider for their 1992 gig included cases of Jack Daniels and vodka, this year the band have requested there be no alcohol present.

According to the Irish Sun, Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan have also requested separate dressing rooms and a rider of steak and pasta.

Bassist Duff McKagan also requested a separate room to practice Bikram yoga.

Looks like the jungle isn’t all fun and games after all.

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