According to the Portuguese magazine, Blitz, a reunited GUNS N’ ROSES have offered to headline shows in that country in the first half of 2016. The British newspaper The Independent represent that this tour will be able to generate revenues of 77 million euros (approx. $87.5 million).
Rumors of classic GUNS N’ ROSES reunion has been going around since Slash revealed that he and Axl Rose are friends again after 19 years. Also, Australian promoter AJ Maddah recently shot down reports that a reunited GUNS N’ ROSES lineup was in talks to headline Soundwave festival next year.