Guns N’ Roses’ Las Vegas Residency Leads to Temporary Road Name Change
The city of Las Vegas is definitely pulling out the stops for Guns N' Roses upcoming residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The latest welcome gift for the band was the temporary renaming of one of Las Vegas' streets to mark the occasion, as Paradise Road will now be known as Paradise City Road.
Blabbermouth reports that Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow will declare the street as Paradise City Road during an official ceremony this coming Monday (Oct. 29) at 2:30PM local time. The band members will be presented with an official street sign, though in a recent Facebook posting, it looks as though they've already seen it. The group is expected to address the crowd and pose for photos.
Guns N' Roses residency runs from Oct. 31-Nov. 24 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Much like they did when Motley Crue came to town, the casino will have special Guns N' Roses $25 chips to gamble with during the run. In addition, the casino has come up with a number of specialty themed Guns N' Roses drinks, including such thirst-quenching concoctions as the November Rain, the Patience Punch, the Paradise City Limits and the Axl Rose.
Guns N' Roses have been making more high profile appearances leading up to the shows. The band recently performed at Neil Young's Bridge School benefit and Axl Rose made an extremely rare late night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.