The former One Direction star recently released the first track from it, called ‘Still Got Time’ Zayn Malik‘s second album has a … Keep Reading
The former One Direction star recently released the first track from it, called ‘Still Got Time’
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Against all odds, Guns N’ Roses’ reunion tour has yet to self-destruct. In fact, Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan are set to kick off a new rounding of touring later this week, with dates extending through all the way through November. Today, they announced a new leg of American shows for October and November, including stops at Madison Square Garden in New York, Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Chicago’s United Center, and STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.
Additionally, GNR’s confirmed a bevy of opening acts set to appear over the course of the tour. In Europe, they’ll share the stage with the likes of The Kills, Mark Lanegan, Royal Blood, Killing Joke, The Darkness, Wolfmother, and The Pretenders. In the US, they’ll be joined by Deftones (!), Royal Blood, Live, ZZ Top, and Sturgill Simpon.
Check GNR’s updated tour schedule, including details on each show’s opening act(s) below. As previously reported, the band has also announced a pair of co-headlining dates with The Who in Latin America.
Guns N’ Roses 2017 Tour Dates:
05/27 – Dublin, IE @ Slane Castle ^#
05/30 – Bilbao, ES @ San Mames Stadium #
06/02 – Lisbon, PT @ Passeio Martimo De Alges #
06/04 – Madrid, ES @ Vincente Calderon Stadium #
06/07 – Zurich, CH @ Letzigrund @
06/10 – Imola, IT @ Greenfield @
06/13 – Munich, DE @ Olympiastadion !
06/16 – London, UK @ London Stadium !
06/17 – London, UK @ London Stadium !
06/20 – Gdansk, PL @ Stadion Keep Reading