Guns N’ Roses perform Locomotive for the first time in 27 years

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Guns N' Roses (Image credit: Katarina Benzova)

Guns N’ Roses (opens in new tab) are currently on the latest leg of their mammoth Not In This Lifetime tour (opens in new tab), which got under way in Charlotte on September 25.

And on Monday evening, the band took to the stage at the INRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas, and proceeded to rip through a 22-song set – and surprised fans by playing their Use Your Illusion II track Locomotive for the first time in 27 years.

The last time the band performed the track live was back on February 20, 1992.

Along with a selection of classic songs including Welcome To The Jungle, Rocket Queen, November Rain and Sweet Child O’ Mine, GNR also covered Misfits (opens in new tab)Attitude and, since they were in Wichita, they also gave their take on Jimmy Webb and Glen Campbell’s 1968 track Wichita Lineman.

Axl, Slash, Duff McKagan and co’s next performance will be at Austin City Limits this coming Friday, before they hit the Exit 111 Festival in Tennessee on October 15.

Guns N’ Roses: INRUST Bank Arena, Wichita, Kansas setlist
1. It’s So Easy
2. Mr. Brownstone
3. Chinese Democracy
4. Welcome To The Jungle
5. Double Talkin’ Jive
6. Better
7. Estranged
8. Live And Let Die
9. Slither
10. Rocket Queen
11. You Could Be Mine
12. Shadow Of Your Love
13. Misfits
14. Civil War
15. Locomotive
16. Sweet Child O’ Mine
17. Wichita Lineman
18. November Rain
19. Knocking’ On Heaven’s Door
20. Nightrain
21. Patience
22. Paradise City

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