Hard to believe that 2 weeks have passed since that glorious night at Washington Grizzly stadium. Guns N Roses put on a spectacular show, for their first appearance ever in the state of Montana. And the Montana fans did not disappoint when it came to bring unmeasurable energy to the show.

According to missoulacurrent.com

“You know where you are?” said Axl Rose while rolling into Welcome to the Jungle. “You’re in Montana, baby, and you’re gonna … ”

The group was scheduled to play last summer before the tour was delayed at the height of the pandemic. Still, around 20,000 fans filled Washington Grizzly Stadium and stayed to the end, where Guns and Roses closed with hits like Nighttrain, Patience and Cold November Rain.

After not having been to a large concert in over 500 days, the feeling of walking into the stadium filled with screaming fans gave me goosebumps. It was an amazing feeling to see and feel the energy from the crowd. Not to mention the man who stole the show, the one and only Slash.

According to The Museum of the Rockies Facebook page, while on his way to the Missoula concert

Slash of Guns N' Roses along with his travel team toured the museum this afternoon. MOR’s paleo team gave the group a behind the scenes tour along with a walk around the Hall of Horns and Teeth. Slash loves to tour natural history museums all over the world and said today’s tour is now one of his favorites.

Turns out the show in Missoula was so much fun for the band and their promotional team, that tons of Missoula footage made it on to their latest "sizzle reel." Promo videos for upcoming shows on the tour. Check it out, you might just catch a glimpse of yourself in the crowd.

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