Guns N’ Roses have announced the dates for their rescheduled summer 2022 Stadium Tour.
The band originally planned the dates for June 2021 but will now be touring the UK and EU in the summer of 2022 due to COVID-19 Restrictions.
“Hey Gunners, unfortunately we need to ask for your patience one more time,” they say. “Our summer European tour dates will be rescheduled to 2022, but with the added bonus of new shows and special guest Gary Clark Jr! The tour kicks off in Lisbon, Portugal on June 4, 2022, with new dates in Norway, Czech Republic, Poland, Netherlands, and Italy.
“Tickets remain valid for all rescheduled dates, so please do hold onto them. We continue to be thankful for your understanding and support during these unprecedented times. Light is at the end of the tunnel and we are looking forward to getting back onstage later this year in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and next year in Europe and more!”
Here are the dates.
1st – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London 2nd -Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London 5th -Glasgow Glasgow Green, UK
According to a report via news site TMZ, Steven Adler, best known as the former drummer of Guns N’ Roses was rushed to hospital with self-inflicted stab wound’s.
TMZ’s sources were informed that the emergency services were called to Adler’s home at 6.30AM Local time on Thursday June 27th 2019 whereupon their arrival, the police and paramedics found Adler to be suffering from a stab wound to the stomach.
Adler is reportedly in the hospital in a non-threatening state and is currently recovering.
The final headliner has been revealed! For Download Festival that is.
Over the last five days, Download Festival has been rife with the announcements for headliners for the festival for Donnington. Now, Guns N’ Roses have been confirmed as the Saturday night headlining act for 2018.
This will be the band’s first set since 2006 as well as their first ever UK Festival performance since original members Slash and Duff McKagan rejoined the band last year in 2016.
Avenged Sevenfold and Ozzy Osbourne will headline the Friday and Sunday nights of the festival.
It will take place June 8th – 10th 2018 at Donnington Park, Derby.