Jalisco denies permission for Guns N ‘Roses concert: Yes, because of COVID

The Jalisco Health Board denied its consent to the celebration of the Guns N ‘Roses concert scheduled for October 7, as well as the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Omnilife company.

The decision of the multidisciplinary body that assesses social and economic development during the pandemic was due to the current epidemiological panorama and the growing trend of COVID-19 indicators in the entity.

In this way, the city council of Zapopan must deny permits for these events, although the organizers can again submit a request for a new evaluation, the resolution of which will depend on the situation of the pandemic in the state.


The group’s presentation would be at the Akron stadium and the pre-sale of tickets began on July 7 on the web https://boletos.lataquillamx.com/venta/es/gunsnroses.

The portal states that ticket buyers will have to adhere to the instructions of the Jalisco government, and in another message it is stated that as soon as the state health authority authorizes it, the accesses will be delivered.

“This and all the events that are scheduled in the State of Jalisco are subject to the official provisions issued by the” Board of Health “of the Government of Jalisco, by continuing and purchasing your tickets on our website you accept the indications of the health authority and its consequences. La Taquilla Mx clarifies that this event is organized and is the responsibility of Zamora Live for whatever effect there is, ”reads another message on the site.

However, the website does not yet expose about the disavowal disseminated by the state government

The last visit of Guns N ‘Roses in the entity was October 2019 at the Jalisco Stadium, where deficiencies in security measures, overcrowding and the organizers failed to comply with the opening hours of doors for spectators to access, situations that resulted in fines by the Guadalajara City Council.