By Nick Romano
April 02, 2016 at 03:26 PM EDT

The last time Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses and Slash performed together on stage, it was during their 1993 gig in Buenos Aires. That is, until Friday night. The pair reunited with bassist Duff McKagan on Friday for a reunion concert in Los Angeles that marks the first of a streak of April gigs. 

According to Loudwire, the setlist opened with “It’s So Easy” and continued with songs like “Mr. Brownstone,” “Welcome to the Jungle,” and covers of “Live and Let Die” and “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” 

Fans shot footage of the concert at the Troubador and posted it online, even though Rolling Stone reported that phones and cameras were banned from the show. 






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The concert was announced Friday afternoon on Twitter, and they’ll go on to perform at Coachella, in addition to sets in Las Vegas and Mexico City. Guns N’ Roses also announced dates Friday for their 21-stop summer tour throughout North America.