Guns N’ Roses is bringing its outrageously successful Not In This Lifetime tour back to the U.S this fall — and for the first time in 2019.

With fans hungry for more GN’R, today the band revealed eight new dates across the United States, starting September 25th in Charlotte, North Carolina. The shows include two back-to-back nights on Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd, in Las Vegas at the legendary Colosseum at Caesars Palace, GN’R’s most intimate venue since the 2017 performance at the Apollo Theater.

Pre-sale for the new dates starts on June 18th at 10 a.m. local time, with V.I.P. packages available then. General sale begins on June 21st at 10 a.m. local time.

These eight shows join a previously revealed run of major festivals that will bring the band to cities across the United States, along with two colossal stadium dates in Mexico. The wide range of festivals GN’R will hit include Louder Than LifeAustin City LimitsExit 111 and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.

Tour dates:

Sep. 25 – Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center 
Sep. 28 – Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life 

Oct. 1 – Jacksonville, FL – VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena 
Oct. 4 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits 
Oct. 7 – Wichita, KS – INTRUST Bank Arena 
Oct. 11 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits 
Oct. 15 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena 
Oct. 13 – Manchester, TN – Exit 111 
Oct. 18 – Guadalajara, MX – Estadio Jalisco 
Oct. 20 – Tijuana, MX – Estadio Caliente 
Oct. 23 – Oklahoma City, OK – Chesapeake Energy Arena 
Oct. 25 – New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience 
Oct. 29 – Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena 

Nov. 1 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace 
Nov. 2 – Las Vegas, NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace

Guns N’ Roses’ Not In This Lifetime tour began in April 2016, and after 159 shows in 41 countries, it played its last date at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 8th, 2018.

Not In This Lifetime is now believed to be the second-highest-grossing tour of all time, having generated more than $500 million since it began three years ago.

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  • Doug R. on

    I might consider going to the show in Jacksonville if they just focus on rock ‘n’ roll and not politics.

    • RobT on

      I can see your point Doug. I don’t go to many shows, but thankfully the last couple (Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult) were free of any pontificating.

    • Doug R. on

      As it should be, Rob. Good to hear Alice and BOC just rocked! We don’t want or need to hear any “Double Talkin’ Jive!” 😉

  • Rattlehead on

    IMO, nowadays this band is a glorified nostalgia act. Three band members got together under a ruse dubbed as a G n R “reunion”, and the public drank the kool aid this band was selling. Been together four years now, and yet no new music.

    • Doug R. on

      I agree, not the same, or a real “reunion” without Izzy and Steven.

  • bobrod on

    Wow, 2109, huh? Releasing tour dates for 90 years from now? Those venues must really be in demand!

  • jeffrey heffernan on

    i saw them 2 times on the last go around,i have to say it was a kick ass show,and def got my moneys worth,if they do new music great,if not so what,they have ssuch an extensive catalog along with slash solo stuff,if the keep adding in,im fine

  • Jason Falkinham on

    I went to 15 shows since Axl, Slash and Duff got back together, and not one political statement or opinion was made on stage.

    • Dana on

      Well, that may be true at the live shows, but Axl has been very vocal, and Duff made thinly veiled comments, in the press. I always say leave politics out of sports, music and entertainment. It’s not wise to alienate, and anger, half of your audience.

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