Guns N Roses detail summer North American tour

Slash live in Manchester, Nov 2014 (Photo: Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Slash live in Manchester (Photo: Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Guns N Roses have detailed a North American tour which will take place throughout the summer.

After their appearance at the Super Bowl Music Festival on the final day of last month, most of their remaining 2020 tour plans had been dedicated to Europe, but that’s been addressed now with a long run of North American shows starting on Independence Day in Milwaukee.

A Canadian stop is booked in for July 13th before the tour moves into August at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park. The final night is scheduled for the 26th of that month at Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, Montana.

Tour dates:

March
14 – Mexico City, Mexico, Vive Latino Festival
18 – San Jose, Costa Rica, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Ayma
21 – Quito, Ecuador, Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa
24 – Lima, Peru, Estadio Universidada San Marcos
27 – Santiago, Chile, Lollapalooza
29 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, Lollapalooza

April
3 – Sao Paulo, Brazil, Lollapalooza
5 – Bogota, Colombia, Estereo Picnic

May
20 – Lisbon, Portugal, Passeio Maritimo De Algés
23 – Seville, Spain, Estadio Benito Villamarin
26 – Munich, Germany, Olympiastadion
29,30 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

June
2 – Hamburg, Germany, Volksparkstadion
6 – Solvesborg, Sweden, Sweden Rocks
9 – Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadium
12 – Firenze, Italy, Firenze Rocks
14 – Berne, Switzerland, Stade de Suisse
17 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Narodowy
19 – Prague, Czech Republic, Letnany Airport
21 – Landgraaf, Netherlands, Pinkpop
25 – Glasgow, UK, Glasgow Green
27 – Dublin, Ireland, Marlay Park Concert Series

July
4 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin, SummerFest
8 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Citizens Bank Park
11 – Detroit, Michigan, Comerica Park
13 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
16 – Washington D.C., Nationals Park
18 – East Rutherford, New Jersey, Metlife Stadium
21 – Boston, Massachusetts, Fenway Park
24 – Minneapolis, Minnesota, Target Field
26 – Chicago, Illinois, Wrigley Field
29 – Denver, Colorado, Dicks Sporting Good Park

August
2 – Seattle, Washington, T-Mobile Park
5 – San Francisco, California, Oracle Park
8 – Los Angeles, California, Sofi Stadium
12 – Atlanta, Georgia, Bobby Dodd Stadium At Historic Grant Field
15 – Tampa, Florida, Raymond James Stadium
18 – Arlington, Texas, Globe Life Field
21 – Indianapolis, Indiana, Lucas Oil Stadium
23 – Fargo, North Dakota, Fargodome
26 – Missoula, Montana, Grizzly Stadium

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