Legendary hard rock band Guns N' Roses is reportedly returning to the stage next year.
Multiple sources told Billboard that the US-based band's original line-up, which included founding members Axl Rose and Slash, to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California in April next year, reports aceshowbiz.com.
They are reportedly also in talks to embark on a stadium tour, hitting as many as 25 football stadiums in North America in the summer of 2016.
Additionally, they are scheduled to be one of the first acts to play at the new Las Vegas Arena, which is currently under construction and is set to open on April 6 next year.
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Axl Rose and Slash last performed together on July 17, 1993 at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires.
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Representatives for the band and Coachella have yet to respond to the reunion reports, although the band itself has dropped several hints regarding their upcoming ventures.
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Just recently, the group updated their website with a new logo and some people reported that a mysterious trailer featuring live crowds and Guns N' Roses hits played during Star Wars: The Force Awakens.