According to a new report done by IQ Magazine, Guns N’ Roses have set a new attendance record for a hard rock and metal act in Sweden at Ullevi Stadium with 64,289 people in the crowd. The show in question took place on Saturday, July 21. The previous record was held by Metallica and it was set in 2015 with 63,036 people in the audience.
Guns N’ Roses are still going on with their Not In This Lifetime Tour that started back in the April of 2016. Last year, it was ranked as the second biggest grossing tour of 2017 with staggering $292.5 million. It was surpassed only by U2 with $316.0 million.
After taking a break for more than half a year, Guns N’ Roses have kicked off their European leg of the tour on June 3, 2018, and they’re wrapping it up on July 24 in Reykjavik, Iceland. After that, they plan on visiting Mexico, South Africa, and Asia in November.
Despite the success of Not In This Lifetime Tour, it still uncertain whether the reformed Guns N’ Roses will record a new album.