Guns N’ Roses announced North American dates as part of their epic 2020 worldwide stadium tour this summer. The colossal Guns N’ Roses 2020 Tour will steam roll through Toronto, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Lisbon, London, Prague and so many more. GNR will be the first ever rock band to perform at the long-awaited Los Angeles SoFi Stadium and will hit MetLife Stadium on the opposite coast, home of the New York Giants and New York Jets.

Get on the Nightrain for first shot at tickets beginning February 4th at 10 AM local time.

Active Nightrain members will see their unique presale code displayed on the tour page after logging in.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning February 7th at noon local time. 

Members should log in and get their presale code on the tour page.  If you’re not a member and you want access to early tickets, join now and pick up one of the all new Nightrain memberships.

Guns N’ Roses Announce 2020 North American Tour:

July 4 — Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest
July 8 — Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park
July 11 — Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park
July 13 — Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
July 16 — Washington, DC @ Nationals Park
July 18 — East Rutherford, NJ @ Metlife Stadium
July 21 — Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
July 24 — Minneapolis, MN @ Target Field
July 26 — Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field
July 29 — Denver, CO @ Dick’s Sporting Good Park

Aug. 2 — Seattle, WA T-Mobile Park
Aug. 5 — San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park
Aug. 8 — Los Angeles, CA @ Sofi Stadium
Aug. 12 — Atlanta, GA @ Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field
Aug. 15 — Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium
Aug. 18 — Arlington, TX @ Globe Life Field
Aug. 21 — Indianapolis @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Aug. 23 — Fargo, ND @ FargoDome
Aug. 26 — Missoula, MT @ Grizzly Stadium

4 Responses

  1. Is there really that much demand for Guns & Roses that they’re touring stadiums again so soon after the last time they visited most of these cities? I would think that at some point, playing the same old material, without any new material, and visiting the same cities, would begin to yield diminishing returns…

    1. I agree, RTunes. IMO, this band continues to survive today off the legacy of its first album.

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