Guns N’ Roses fans all across the U.S., and all around Europe, have been anxiously waiting for the rumors of an extended 2017 Guns N’ Roses tour to be confirmed true--and they finally got what they’ve been waiting for.

Guns N’ Roses has officially announced that they will extending their Not in This Lifetime tour, which starts January 21st in Osaka, Japan (and was supposed to end in Dubai on March 3rd), giving our excited hearts full details on tour dates and locations, that will take place all around Europe and North America.

The tour extension will begin in May 2017, with 35 new stadium dates that will carry out all through July.

Duff McKagen and Slash Return For ‘Not in This Lifetime 2017’

As if news couldn’t get any more exciting, founding bassist Duff McKagen and guitarist Slash announced that they will be returning to play with Guns N’ Roses this Spring, after leaving the band more than two decades ago.

Things Commence in Europe

The classic band will start off with their European tour, which is set to kick off on May 27th in Dublin, Ireland at Slane Castle, and then they’ll be wrapping up this segment of the extended tour on July 12th in Nijmegen, Holland at Goffert Park.

Closing the Tour in North America

As the band wraps things up in Holland, Guns N’ Roses will be playing a one-off show in Aviv, Isreal, just before they get things ready to launch their North American Tour.

The North American tour will begin on July 27th at the Dome at America’s Center, in St. Louis, MO, then make it’s way to Minneapolis, Denver, Miami, Winston-Salem, then to Hershey, Buffalo, Montreal, Ottawa, Regina, Edmonton, Vancouver, George, and El Paso.

Then, the Not in This Lifetime 2017 Guns N’ Roses tour will come to an official end on September 8, at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

The Official Dates of The Extended Tour


  • May 27 – Dublin, Ireland, Slane Castle
  • May 30 – Bilbao, Spain, San Mames Stadium
  • June 2 – Lisbon, Portugal, Passeio Martimo De Alges
  • June 4 – Madrid, Spain, Vincente Calderon Stadium
  • June 7 – Zurich, Switzerland, Letzigrund
  • June 10 – Imola, Italy, Greenfield
  • June 13 – Munich, Germany, Olympiastadion
  • June 16 – London, United Kingdom, London Stadium
  • June 20 – Gdansk, Poland, Stadion Energy Gdansk
  • June 22 – Hannover, Germany, Messe
  • June 24 – Werchter, Belgium, Classic
  • June 27 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Telia Parken
  • June 29 – Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena
  • July 1 – Hämeenlinna, Finland, Kantolan tapahtumapuisto
  • July 4 – Prague, Czech Republic, Letnany Airport
  • July 7 – Paris, France, Stade de France
  • July 10 – Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadion
  • July 12 – Nijmegen, Holland, Goffert Park
  • July 15 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Hayarkon Park

North America

  • July 27 – St. Louis, MO, The Dome At America’s Center
  • July 30 – Minneapolis, MN, U.S. Bank Stadium
  • August 2 – Denver, CO, Sports Authority Field at Mile High
  • August 8 – Miami, FL, Miami Marlins Stadium
  • August 11 – Winston-Salem, NC, BB&T Field at Wake Forest University
  • August 13 – Hershey, PA, Hersheypark Stadium
  • August 16 – Buffalo, NY, New Era Field
  • August 19 – Montreal, QC, Parc Jean Drapeau
  • August 21 – Ottawa, ON, TD Place Stadium
  • August 24 – Winnipeg, MB, Investors Group Field
  • August 27 – Regina, SK, New Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place
  • August 30 – Edmonton, AB, Commonwealth Stadium
  • September 1 – Vancouver, BC, BC Place Stadium
  • September 3 – George, WA, The Gorge
  • September 6 – El Paso, TX, Sun Bowl Stadium
  • September 8 – San Antonio, TX, Alamodome

Tickets are on sale (as of December 9th)