Guns N’ Roses announced an extensive 2023 world tour on Tuesday (Feb.21), a run that will have the veteran hard rockers playing festivals, stadiums and arenas across the Middle East, Europe and North America.
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The global trek is slated to kick off on June 5 in Tel Aviv, Israel at the Park Hayarkon and run through dates in Madrid, Copenhagen, London, Rome, Paris and Athens before hopping to North America on August 5 with a gig in Moncton, New Brunswick at the Medavie Blue Cross Stadium. The run will include shows in Montreal, Boston, Chicago, Nashville, Toronto, St. Louis, Houston, San Diego and Phoenix before winding down on Oct. 16 at BC Place in Vancouver.
Tickets sales for the Live Nation-promoted outing will begin with the band’s Nightrain presale, which kicks off on Wednesday (Feb. 22) at 10 a.m. local time, with a general onsale for all dates beginning on Friday (Feb. 24) at 10 .m. local time here.
Though the reunited band has not announced plans for any new music to follow-up 2008’s long-gestating Chinese Democracy, the Axl Rose-led group has been hitting the road hard over the past few years, including their three-year (2016-2019) Not in This Lifetime Tour and 2021’s We’re F’N Back! tour. But in an exciting tease, the release announcing the upcoming dates promises that they will be “unveiling more news and surprises soon.”
In November, GNR released a commemorative box set celebrating their 1991 two-album set Use Your Illusion with dozens of previously unreleased tracks and videos.
Check out the dates for GNR’s 2023 tour below.
June 5 – Tel Aviv, Israel @ Park Hayarkon
June 9 – Madrid, Spain @ Civitas Metropolitan Stadium
June 12 – Vigo, Spain @ Estadio Abanca Balaídos
June 15 – Dessel, Belgium @ Grasspop Metal Meeting
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