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Set up underway for Gun N’ Roses concert at Regina’s new stadium

Guns N' Roses are leaving nothing out for their Sunday show at Regina's Mosaic Stadium. Dave Parsons / Global News

It’s the first time they’ve toured together in 20 years, and Guns N’ Roses are leaving nothing out for their show at Regina’s Mosaic Stadium.

“Prepare for a three-hour show … They play it all,” Live Nation’s Ron Chamberlain said.

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It takes three 12-hour days to build the stage for the “Not in This Life Time Tour.” A day before the show, crews were on scene starting sound checks and finishing up final details.

“We just finished loading in the show, [it’s] about 15 trucks worth of equipment that came from Winnipeg two days ago, and we just finished doing audio tests … and we’re pretty much show-ready now,” Chamberlain said.
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Gates open at 4:30 p.m. CT on Sunday, with Our Lady Peace expected to hit the stage after 6 p.m. Guns N’ Roses are expected to be on stage at 7:30 p.m.

Guns N’ Roses is playing more than 40 stadium and arena shows across North America this summer and fall.

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