Guns N’ Roses Set At BottleRock Cut Short For Breaking Curfew

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Imagine seeing Dave Grohl join Guns N’ Roses at BottleRock when-boom: the set is cut short because of a curfew. That’s exactly what happened on Saturday as the band and Grohl were doing a rendition of “Paradise City” and had the sound cut off in the middle of the song. Luckily, the band kept playing and the crowd kept singing along, despite going past Napa Valley’s 10 p.m. curfew.

Grohl is no stranger to having been cut off at Bottlerock – Foo Fighters were cut off at the festival in 2014 while they were performing “Everlong.”

Do you think cities should ease up on curfews for big music festivals? How would you react if you were at this show?




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