Guns N Roses Given Warning By Reading And Leeds Festival Boss Over Lateness
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The owner of the Reading and Leeds Festival has announced that should Guns N Roses take to the stage late this year, he will simply pull the plug on their performance. In 2002 the band went on stage late at the Leeds festival, which led to some trouble from loacal authorities.
"If Guns N' Roses decide to take to stage as late as they did in Leeds some years ago then the performance just won't happen," said Melvin Benn. "I've had a very heavy warning from the local councils. There is a curfew - it's a very strict curfew."
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