Guns N' Roses Reunites for First Time Since 1993 for Surprise Performance

Guns N' Roses delighted fans by performing in a surprise and intimate performance Friday night inside Los Angeles' Troubadour music venue.

The concert, which sold out within minutes thanks to ticket prices being a mere $10, would mark the first time lead singer Axl Rose and guitarist Slash performed together since 1993.

Despite cameras and videos being banned from the concert, fans still took to social media with plenty of photos and website videos of the band.

Check out the band, formed in 1985, onstage, including Slash in his iconic top hat:

Guns N' Roses is set to embark on their "Not In This Lifetime" tour this summer, starting June 23 in Detroit.