The rock and roll hall of famers Guns N’ Roses has announced North American 2020 tour dates as part of his colossal Worldwide stadium tour. This powerhouse performers will be out round the year. The legendary band will hit the road on 8 July and be back home after their last show on 26 August. The band will roll out on a stadium tour in this summer of 2020.
The trek kicks off in Milwaukee and the audience will see their favorite band to perform at the first ever rock concert at Sofi stadium in Los Angeles. The band will be over North America after putting up shows in South America, Mexico and Europe. Guns N’ Roses will be in Latin America in March and April and over to Europe in May and June. But in this summer trek the rockers will only be to the North American venues. This tour is not the legacy of their past outing. This is fresh declared dates. These new dates add up to the very busy schedule of the band. These add on will keep the legendary band on the move across United States.
The iconic band will bring songs to the audience from their vast catalogue. Among many of the hit tracks Guns N’ Roses will play the most popular ‘Welcome to the Jungle’, ‘’ ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine,’ Paradise City, and ‘November Rain
In this tour Guns N’ Roses will come to stage with their original members after twenty years as they reunited in 2016. Duff McKagan, Axl Rose and Slash will be with the band in this tour to give the audience more original flavor.
The show tickets for the North American stops are open already. The general sale started on 7 February while pre-sale started on 4th of February. To know if your favorite legendary band Guns N’ Roses is coming to your city and to know tour dates and venues, check out the full-list below.
Guns N’ Roses Tour Dates and Venues:
July 8 — Philadelphia, PA at Citizens Bank Park
July 11 — Detroit, MI at Comerica Park
July 13 — Toronto, ON at Rogers Centre
July 16 — Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park
July 18 — East Rutherford, N.J. at MetLife Stadium
July 21 — Boston, MA at Fenway Park
July 24 — Minneapolis, MN at Target Field
July 26 — Chicago, IL at Wrigley Field
July 29 — Commerce City, CO at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Aug. 2 — Seattle, WA at T-Mobile Park
Aug. 5 — San Francisco, CA at Oracle Park
Aug. 8 — Los Angeles, CA at SoFi Stadium
Aug. 12 — Atlanta, GA at Bobby Dodd Stadium
Aug. 15 — Tampa, FL at Raymond James Stadium
Aug. 18 — Arlington, TX at Globe Life Field
Aug. 21 — Indianapolis, IN at Lucas Oil Stadium
Aug. 23 — Fargo, ND at Fargodome
Aug. 26 — Missoula, MT at Grizzly Stadium