Guns N' Roses recently wrapped up their We're F'N Back tour with openers Mammoth WVH. Vocalist Axl Rose took to Twitter shortly after to thank fans for coming out to see the band during what he called "stressful times." The tour went over pretty well in terms of COVID cases, though Guns N' Roses did get the plug pulled on them during the BottleRock festival.
"Again huge thanks to everyone that came out to the shows!! A special thanks to everyone for working with us to help protect your safety, the safety of each other, the safety of r crew n' the venue's crews following r COVID protocol. These r stressful times (which is an understatement) and your cooperation n' participation is greatly appreciated and not taken for granted.
"We didn't take going into this tour lightly n' there were huge industry considerations (n' reasonings) to take into account in taking on such an endeavor n' we truly want to thank everyone that came out or was involved in any way for making it great n' that things ran as smoothly as they did!! And last but not least a big thanks to Wolfie Van Halen n' MAMMOTH 4 a great run!!
"Peace n' hope to see everyone again soon!!!"