Guns N’ Roses announce North American summer 2020 tour dates

Guns N’ Roses announce North American summer 2020 tour dates

Guns N’ Roses continue to tour and presumably extend their Not In This Lifetime Tour with a string of North American stadium tour dates for this upcoming summer (2020).

Guns N’ Roses’ North American Tour Dates (as per band’s website):
Jul. 04 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA — Summerfest
Jul. 08 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA — Citizens Bank Park
Jul. 11 — Detroit, Michigan, USA — Comerica Park
Jul. 13 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada — Rogers Centre
Jul. 16 — Washington, DC, USA — Nationals Park
Jul. 18 — East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA — Metlife Stadium
Jul. 21 — Boston, Massachusetts, USA — Fenway Park
Jul. 24 — Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA — Target Field
Jul. 26 — Chicago, Illinois, USA — Wrigley Field
Jul. 29 — Denver, Colorado, USA — Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Aug. 02 — Seattle, Washington, USA — T-Mobile Park
Aug. 05 — San Francisco, California, USA — Oracle Park
Aug. 08 — Los Angeles, California, USA — Sofi Stadium
Aug. 12 — Atlanta, Georgia, USA — Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field
Aug. 15 — Tampa, Florida, USA — Raymond James Stadium
Aug. 18 — Arlington, Texas, USA — Globe Life Field
Aug. 21 — Indianapolis, Indiana, USA — Lucas Oil Stadium
Aug. 23 — Fargo, North Dakota, USA — FargoDome
Aug. 26 — Missoula, Montana, USA — Grizzly Stadium

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Guns N’ Roses‘ stop at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on their Not In This Lifetime Tour back in mid-July 2016: “I should have listened to my gut. It kept telling me, “Don’t go see Guns N’ Roses. They are charging an arm and a leg. Their setlist is iffy. They’re not that great live.” And up until about three hours before the show, my intention was to see Tesla followed by REO Speedwagon followed by Def Leppard at the Molson Amphitheatre. I had resisted all of my friend Chris‘ hints and suggestions to go see Guns N’ Roses for a number of months and had even convinced him to go see Tesla and Def Leppard with me. Unfortunately, I succumbed to the hype. What if I missed the best concert of the year? How many times would I get to see Guns N’ Roses with Axl, Slash and Duff in the line-up? What if Steven Adler showed up to play a couple of songs like he had previously done a couple of times in the last two weeks? And just about everyone I knew that liked hard rock / heavy metal was going to go see Guns N’ Roses. I just did not want to be left out of a possible amazing concert experience.”

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