Radiant Miley Cyrus shimmers in a silver bra and pants at day two of BottleRock Music Festival in Napa, joined by Guns N’ Roses.

On the second day of the Napa Valley Film Festival, Miley Cyrus and Guns N’ Roses entertained a packed audience of 40,000 people. Miley’s second summer performance was infused with a rock n’ roll vibe that added to the excitement of the night. The festival’s organizers had to cut off Guns N’ Roses when they surpassed the 10pm time limit for their co-headlining act at the event.

Rocking out: Miley Cyrus and Guns N' Roses kicked off Day Two of the Napa Valley Film Festival before a sold-out crowd of 40,000

Miley Cyrus and Guns N’ Roses started Day Two of the Napa Valley Film Festival with a bang, playing to an enthusiastic audience of 40,000 who had already bought out all the tickets. The show was lively and full of energy, with both acts putting on a memorable performance.

Unplugged: Guns N' Roses co-headlined the event with festival organizers pulling the plug on the iconic rock band after they broke the strict 10pm curfew

The concert event featured Guns N’ Roses as co-headliners, but the organizers cut their performance short due to a strict 10pm curfew. Miley Cyrus stunned in a unique ensemble, wearing a one-shouldered black cropped blazer with a silver cone bra underneath. She paired the blazer with high-waisted black slacks and a long silver glove on her right hand. The singer completed her look with chunky silver rings and a silver chain necklace. Her shoulder-length platinum blonde hair was styled in shaggy waves, while her makeup featured heavy silver eyeshadow and long lashes. Some fans online noticed similarities between Miley’s outfit and a costume worn by Britney Spears during her Oops…I Did It Again tour.

Switching it up: The 28-year-old pop star brought a rock n' roll edge to her second performance of the summer on Saturday night

Shaking things up: The young musician, aged 28, added a touch of rock n’ roll to her recent performance on Saturday evening, marking her second show of the season.

Flashy: Miley donned a silver cone bra under a one-shouldered cropped black blazed that wrapped across the singer's midriff and buttoned on the side

Miley Cyrus rocked a silver cone bra under a one-shouldered cropped black blazer that wrapped around her midriff and buttoned on the side. She opened her performance with We Can’t Stop, which had the audience cheering and singing along. Miley then delivered a set of her most popular hits, including Plastic Hearts, SMS (Bangerz), The Climb, and Malibu. During her pyrotechnics-filled rendition of 23, the crowd rapped along with the songstress. Miley also covered songs by Blondie, Janis Joplin, and Mark Ronson, adding her unique spin to each track. According to The San Francisco Chronicle, Miley expressed her joy at seeing every single person in the crowd, explaining that she hadn’t been able to tour for 18 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Miley went on to say that music had kept everyone together during the difficult time, and she was grateful to be able to perform live once again.

Bold: She completed her glamorous ensemble with high-waisted wide-leg black slacks and a long silver glove on her right hand

Bold: To complete her fabulous outfit, she wore black high-waisted wide-leg pants and a luxurious silver glove on her right hand.

Showstopper: Cyrus opened her act with We Can't Stop while the audience cheered and sang along

Star of the Show: Cyrus began her performance with a rendition of We Can’t Stop, eliciting excitement and participation from the crowd.

All the hits: She then launched into a set that featured some of her biggest hits including Plastic Hearts, SMS (Bangerz), The Climb and Malibu

The singer proceeded to perform a collection of her top tracks, which included Plastic Hearts, SMS (Bangerz), The Climb, and Malibu.

Joining in: The audience rapped along with the songstress during a pyrotechnics-filled performance of 23

Classics: She also performed covers of Blondie's Heart of Glass, Janis Joplin's Maybe and Mark Ronson's Nothing Breaks Like A Heart

As the songstress took to the stage for her performance of 23, the audience was quick to join in and rap along. The pyrotechnics that accompanied the dazzling show only added to the excitement and energy of the crowd.

Fan Service: According to The San Francisco Chronicle , Cyrus told the crowd, 'I'm so happy to see every single one of you'

Fan Service: The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Cyrus expressed her joy to the audience, saying, ‘I’m thrilled to see each and every one of you.’

Inspiration: Fans online later drew comparisons between Miley's concert outfit and a costume worn by Britney Spears during her Oops...I Did It Again tour

Miley’s concert attire drew attention from fans on the internet who noticed similarities with a costume donned by Britney Spears during her Oops…I Did It Again tour.

The well-known music group, Guns N’ Roses, put on a fantastic ninety-minute show featuring classic hits such as Live and Let Die, Sweet Child o’ Mine, It’s So Easy, Mr. Brownstone, and November Rain. The band currently consists of Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, Slash, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, and Melissa Reese. The audience was pleasantly surprised when Pink made a special appearance and performed Patience with the band. Additionally, Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters joined Guns N’ Roses on stage for the final song, Paradise City. Unfortunately, festival organizers were forced to unplug the band due to time constraints, resulting in some unhappy fans. However, the audience came together and sang along with Axl to help the band finish the song. The 10pm curfew was enforced due to noise complaints from neighbors during the festival’s inaugural event in 2013.

Iconic: Guns N' Roses hit the stage for a ninety-minute set that included hits Live and Let Die, Sweet Child o’ Mine, It's So Easy, Mr. Brownstone and November Rain

Legendary rock band Guns N’ Roses rocked the stage with a captivating 90-minute performance featuring some of their greatest hits like Live and Let Die, Sweet Child o’ Mine, It’s So Easy, Mr. Brownstone, and November Rain.

Rockers: The band's current members are Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, Slash, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, and Melissa Reese

The band Rockers currently consists of Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, Slash, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, and Melissa Reese.

Surprise! Pink made a guest appearance, joining the band for a performance of Patience

Guess what? Pink unexpectedly appeared on stage and sang along with the band for their rendition of Patience.

Strict: Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl took the stage for Guns N' Roses' closing song Paradise City before festival organizers unplugged the band after they ran a few minutes over time

Casual: So, Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters joined Guns N’ Roses to rock out and play their final song, Paradise City. But, unfortunately, the festival organizers cut the power because they had exceeded their allotted time.

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