Las Vegas Street Renamed For Guns ‘N Roses
LAS VEGAS (UPI) — Officials in Las Vegas said a city street will be temporarily renamed in honor of rock band Guns N’ Roses while they are performing at a hotel.
Clark County officials said they have endorsed changing the name of Paradise Road to Paradise City Road, a name inspired by Guns N’ Roses tune “Paradise City” while the band is playing the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, doing eight shows from Oct. 31 to Nov. 24, the Las Vegas Sun reported Tuesday.
Officials said the street name will change back once the band’s engagement ends.
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