On the heels of 2016’s successful Guns N’ Roses reunion venture featuring a lineup of Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, and Melissa Reese, the group has lined up another round of Not In This Lifetime Tour dates.
Like last summer, the new leg of North American dates will send Guns N’ Roses to major outdoor stadiums, though this time they’ve got a fresh crop of venues in store for fans.
Following a stint overseas, the 2017 Not In This Lifetime Tour will launch stateside on July 27 at The Dome At America’s Center in St. Louis and continue on until early September.
Among the other new tour stops are U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, New Era Field in Buffalo, and BC Place Stadium in Vancouver. Check out the full list of 2017 Guns N’ Roses tour dates at the bottom of the page.
While Alice in Chains and Lenny Kravitz were along as opening acts for select dates last summer, no word yet on whether they’ll both be back, or replaced by other artists for the next round.
Not In This Lifetime Tour Setlist
While it's possible they'll change things up for concertgoers in 2017, the Guns N' Roses setlist for this past year largely consisted of songs like "Paradise City," "It's So Easy," "Better," "Rocket Queen," "Welcome to the Jungle," "Sweet Child O' Mine," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and "Mr Brownstone."
According to data from setlist.fm, those were among the most played in 2016, with the bulk coming from "Appetite for Destruction."
Guns N’ Roses Tour Dates 2017
July 27 – St. Louis, The Dome At America’s Center
July 30 – Minneapolis, U.S. Bank Stadium
Aug. 2 – Denver, Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Aug. 8 – Miami, Marlins Park
Aug. 11 – Winston-Salem, N.C., BB&T Field at Wake Forest University
Aug. 13 – Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 16 – Buffalo, New Era Field
Aug. 19 – Montreal, Parc Jean Drapeau
Aug. 21 – Ottawa, TD Place Stadium
Aug. 24 – Winnipeg, Investors Group Field
Aug. 27 – Regina, New Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place
Aug. 30 – Edmonton, Commonwealth Stadium
Sept. 1 – Vancouver, BC Place Stadium
Sept. 3 – George, Wash., Gorge Amphitheatre
Sept. 6 – El Paso, Texas, Sun Bowl Stadium
Sept. 8 – San Antonio, Alamodome