Guns N' Roses Visits Cleveland - Doesn't Play Until Midnight, Fires Second Act On Stage

AP - Axl Rose
AP - Axl Rose

Cleveland, OH - Welcome to the jungle. Anyone who attended the Guns N' Roses concert at Quicken Loans Arena Friday night is either upset, shocked, or still asleep.

The concert was slated for 8 p.m. with two opening acts, but GNR frontman Axl Rose and the rest of the band didn't take to the stage until 12 a.m. Patrons with general admission tickets stood for 4 hours until the band actually came on, then almost another 3 hrs after the legendary group began their set.

Two opening acts rocked on. The crowd chanted GNR in between each and every single song the groups played, growing tired of the endless wait. Rose took to the stage and right off the bat asked the crowd how they liked the second band, crowd boo'd, then Rose proceeded with obsentites to say that the band was fired, done, and would never play a tour with GNR ever again. Next, Rose threw a person out of the concert during the middle of a song around 1 a.m.

All we need is just a little "Patience", that is the Guns N' Roses way, if you don't like the wait, get out.