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October 31st, 2002
GUNS N' ROSES Booking Agent: Ticket Sales Have 'Definitely Surpassed Expectations'
Initial concert ticket sales for the first GUNS N' ROSES tour in nine years are going reasonably well, even though the tour was a bit of an unknown entity going in. "Given the skepticism, we've definitely surpassed expectations," Mitch Rose, GN'R's responsible agent at Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles told Billboard. "Of the 20 or so dates that have gone on sale, I would say half are fantastic, 40% are good to very good, and we have two dates that are mediocre."

"We don't know what the sales patterns are, necessarily, and who's buying the tickets runs the whole gamut," Rose added.

GUNS N' ROSES' tour begins Nov. 8 in Vancouver, with 34 dates scheduled until the end of the year. The tour picks up again in January 2003.

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