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Guns N Roses Announce North American Cities But No Dates

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on March 27, 2016

in Live,News

Guns N’ Roses have officially announced a list of 21 cities that they will be visiting this summer with their “original” lineup but, it true Axl Rose fashion, they are late in telling us when or at what venue.

The band released a video on Friday that lists the cities for the tour:

Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Dallas
Detroit
Houston
Kansas City
Nashville
New Orleans
New York
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
San Diego
San Francisco
Seattle
St. Louis
Toronto
Washington, D.C.

What is known is that they will be touring through LiveNation and that the dates will be during the summer.

Already on the books are two nights in Las Vegas (April 8 & 9), two consecutive weekends at the Coachella Festival (April 16 & 23) and two shows in Mexico City (April 19 & 20).

vvnmusic.com

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