Guns N’ Roses’ record-breaking ‘Not In This Lifetime’ world tour is returning to the UK and Europe in 2020, with the band’s announcement of new dates.
After bandmembers Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan reunited in 2016, their ‘Not In This Lifetime’ world tour has played to over 5.5 million fans and is now the third-highest grossing tour of all time, according to Billboard.
The trade publication also reported that GNR made $584.2 million from 158 concerts, selling 5.4 million tickets between 2016 and 2019. Only Ed Sheeran and U2 have topped their sales.
The band confirmed on Friday, 13 December that they will be returning to the UK and Europe, with headlining shows at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on 29 May as well as Marlay Park in Dublin, Ireland, on 27 June.
Other stops on the tour include Portugal on 20 May as well as a previously announced appearance at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest in Miami on 31 January. The band will also be playing South American dates in March and April.
Since the band reunited, many fans have spectacled that a new album was coming. In February, Slash said the band was hoping to put our new material while McKagan was quoted that Axl has been working on “really cool stuff”.
Earlier this week, Guns N’ Roses were named as the 25th highest earning musicians of 2019 by Forbes magazine.
Tickets for the ‘Not In This Lifetime’ 2020 Tour will go on sale 18 December at 9am local time.
Visit the official artist site for details and view the confirmed tour itinerary below.
Guns N’ Roses Europe and UK Tour 2020
May 20 – Lisbon Passeio Maritimo De Algés, Portugal
May 23 – Seville Estadio Benito Villamarin, Spain
May 26 – Munich Olympiastadion, Germany
May 29 – London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, U.K.
June 02 – Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany
June 06 – Solvesborg Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden
June 09 – Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria
June 12 – Firenze Firenze Rocks Festival, Italy
June 14 – Berne Stade de Suisse. Switzerland
June 17 – Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland
June 19 – Prague Letnany Airport, Czech Republic
June 21 – Landgraaf Pinkpop Festival, Holland
June 27 – Dublin Marlay Park Concert Series, Ireland