Guns N’ Roses announce rescheduled tour dates for 2021

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Guns N’ Roses announce rescheduled tour dates for 2021

The mighty Guns N’ Roses featuring lead vocalist Axl Rose, lead guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan have announced new rescheduled tour dates that will take place in the summer of 2021.

The following message was posted on Guns N’ Roses‘ Facebook page earlier today:

“Hey Gunners, our North American 2020 tour dates are being rescheduled to summer 2021. The trek begins July 10th, 2021 in Milwaukee, WI at Summerfest and will make stops throughout the US and Canada all summer, before wrapping in Los Angeles, CA on August 19, 2021. Among these stops, many of our existing 2020 shows will move to a new date at the same venue, while unfortunately a select few will need to be canceled due to routing and venue availability issues that developed during the postponement process. We thank everyone for their patience during this difficult time and look forward to performing for you all next year.”

Guns N’ Roses’ North American 2021 Tour Dates:
Jul. 10 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA — Summerfest
Jul. 13 — Washington, DC, USA — Nationals Park
Jul. 16 — Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA — Target Field
Jul. 18 — Indianapolis, Indiana, USA — Lucas Oil Stadium
Jul. 21 — Chicago, Illinois, USA — Wrigley Field
Jul. 24 — Detroit, Michigan, USA — Comerica Park
Jul. 26 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada — Rogers Centre
Aug. 3 — Boston, Massachusetts, USA — Fenway Park
Aug. 5 — East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA — Metlife Stadium
Aug. 11 — Fargo, North Dakota, USA — FargoDome
Aug. 13 — Missoula, Montana, USA — Grizzly Stadium
Aug. 16 — Denver, Colorado, USA — Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Aug. 19 — Los Angeles, California, USA — CA Banc of California

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Guns N’ Roses‘ tour stop at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada back on October 30, 2017: “What I would really like to see from Guns N’ Roses is a much shorter set where they drop the boring stuff that isn’t seemingly connecting with fans such as anything off Chinese Democracy and all those needless covers that are not already on one of their albums. Guns N’ Roses could easily trim their set to 20 killer songs that would keep the audience level up at a fever pitch almost the entire time. Rather than that, Guns N’ Roses played a long marathon set that had some highs but also many lows filled with many boring and unknown songs. Overall, while I was glad that I was able to see Guns N’ Roses play live again, I left thinking how the group could have delivered a truly killer set but rather chose to deliver a rather uninspired marathon set.”