Guns N’ Roses Add More U.S. Tour Dates to 2020 Schedule

Guns N’ Roses are coming back to U.S. stadiums for the latest leg of their Not In This Lifetime… Tour. The legendary rockers revealed more than a dozen new tour dates that will keep them on the road through the summer.

The 19-date stretch begins July 4 with a performance at Milwaukee’s Summerfest. From there, the band will visit a wide host of ballparks and NFL stadiums, including stops at Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. The band will also headline shows in Tampa, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Denver, Seattle and Indianapolis, among other markets. They are set to wrap the outing August 26 in Missoula, Montana.

Axl Rose, Slash and company will precede their upcoming North American run with springtime legs across Europe and South America. By the end of the summer, GNR’s Not In This Lifetime… Tour will account for more than 200 shows. The Rock Hall of Famers first launched the tour in 2016 and have been consistently selling out each venue they headline. They have been joined by a growing rotation of special guests throughout the multi-year tour, including Alice in Chains, Lenny Kravitz, The Who, ZZ Top and more.

Guns N’ Roses opened up their stacked 2020 schedule this past weekend with a headlining gig at the annual Super Bowl Music Fest in Miami.

See the full list of Guns N’ Roses tour dates below. Browse tickets for upcoming shows here.

Guns N’ Roses Tour Dates 2020

July 4Milwaukee, WIAmerican Family Insurance Amphitheatre
July 8Philadelphia, PACitizens Bank Park
July 11Detroit, MIComerica Park
July 13Toronto, ONRogers Centre
July 16Washington, DCNationals Park
July 18East Rutherford, NJMetLife Stadium
July 21Boston, MAFenway Park
July 24Minneapolis, MNTarget Field
July 26Chicago, ILWrigley Field
July 29Commerce City, CODick’s Sporting Goods Park
August 2Seattle, WAT-Mobile Park
August 5San Francisco, CAOracle Park
August 8Los Angeles, CASoFi Stadium
August 12Atlanta, GABobby Dodd Stadium
August 15Tampa, FLRaymond James Stadium
August 18Arlington, TXGlobe Life Field
August 21Indianapolis, INLucas Oil Stadium
August 23Fargo, NDFargodome
August 26Missoula, MTGrizzly Stadium

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