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They got the band back together last night, treating L.A. music fans to a rare impromptu surprise.

For those who thought they'd never see it happen, Guns N’ Roses reunited onstage for the first time since 1993 on Friday, announcing the show just hours before and selling out within minutes.

And for their big to-do, Axl Rose and Slash decided go back to where it all began – the iconic Troubadour in West Hollywood.

Tickets were sold at only $10 apiece and limited to one per person, according to Fox 11.

Although cameras reportedly weren't allowed, that didn’t stop eager fans from sneaking some photos and videos:

 

 

Lucky for us, Guns N’ Roses will be kicking off their “Not in This Lifetime” tour through the summer – starting with Las Vegas on April 8!


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