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Legendary guitarist Slash, along with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, embark on a thrilling tour down under in February 2024. See how to get tickets here.

The latest Slash Australian tour promises to be an unforgettable experience, featuring special guests The Struts from the UK and the iconic Australian rockers Rose Tattoo.

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The highly anticipated tour kicks off at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Thursday, 22 February 2024, followed by a performance at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on Saturday, 24 February. The energy continues with a show at Brisbane's Riverstage on Sunday, 25 February, culminating in a grand finale at Melbourne's John Cain Arena on Tuesday, 27 February.

This tour marks Slash's return to Australia with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators since their last visit in February 2019. Described as a "legend of the guitar world" by The Music's Greg Burgess, Slash's live performances are known for their showmanship, technical prowess, and tight musical execution. The review of their previous concert in Perth's RAC Arena praised each band member for their exceptional abilities.

Tickets for the 2024 Australian tour are on sale now and available via the Queen of Tickets dedicated Slash Australian tour tickets page.

Touring for the new album "4."

The tour is in support of Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators' latest album, the critically acclaimed "4." This album adds to the already impressive catalogue of the rock icon and promises an electrifying live experience for fans across Australia.

The Struts, a highly successful modern rock band from the UK, is joining the tour as special guests. With a track record of opening for legendary acts such as The Who, Foo Fighters, The Rolling Stones, and Guns N' Roses, The Struts will surely bring their energetic and charismatic performance to Australian stages.

Not to be overlooked is the inclusion of Rose Tattoo, an Australian rock institution known for its powerful live shows. Rose Tattoo adds extra excitement to an already stellar lineup with its unmistakable energy and enduring influence.

Slash is also promoting his latest book, "The Collection: Slash" 

The iconic rock guitarist Slash has shared candid thoughts about the challenges his legendary group, Guns N' Roses, would face if they emerged in the Internet age. The 57-year-old guitarist, born Saul Hudson, rose to fame in the late 1980s as the lead guitarist for Guns N' Roses. The new book delves into the stories behind the celebrated musician's vast collection of 400 guitars.

During discussions about the book, Slash acknowledged that Guns N' Roses might not have thrived in today's digital landscape. Reflecting on the group's songs and antics, he remarked, "We would not have fared well in this environment, for sure… on so many different levels." He emphasised that many things from the band's early days might not align with today's acceptability standards.

Expressing relief about the absence of the internet during Guns N' Roses' heyday, Slash asserted, "I’m just glad that we didn’t have the internet back then! It would’ve been a different world altogether… most of everything that [Guns N’ Roses] did would’ve gotten us cancelled today."

Slash's acknowledgment of the potential challenges reflects the controversial nature of Guns N' Roses, known for their provocative lyrics, rebellious image, and tumultuous interactions with fans and the media. The guitarist has previously documented some of the band's scandalous moments in his 2007 self-titled memoir.

Commemorating the 35th anniversary of Guns N' Roses' second album, "G N' R Lies" 

The classic rock album that featured the acoustic hit "Patience," surprising fans accustomed to the heavy metal tracks from their debut, "Appetite for Destruction", is set for a 35th anniversary!

Slash shed light on the unplanned nature of "G N' R Lies," stating, "We had some songs written on acoustic, and we just recorded them as-is on acoustic. They were really acoustic songs, to be honest. We just went into a studio and just banged them out quickly. They were very spontaneous and one-take, so it was very loose. There were no big plans for that."

Despite the controversies surrounding the band, including the provocative track "One in a Million" from "G N' R Lies," Slash refrained from specifying particular instances he's grateful didn't occur in the present day. Instead, he expressed a broad sentiment: "I can't put my finger on a specific thing because it's pretty much all of it."

Get your Slash Australian tour tickets now

Australian music fans, mark your calendars and get ready to witness the electrifying performances of Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, along with special guests The Struts and Rose Tattoo, on "The River is Rising – Rest of the World Tour '24." The best way to find Slash tickets, or any Australian tour tickets for that matter, is by bookmarking the Queen of Tickets website! Keep up to date with the latest tours, and grab the hardest-to-find tickets with ease.

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