The trek will see the band perform in North America, Europe, and the Middle East

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Guns N’ Roses  [Katarina Benzova]

Guns N’ Roses are embarking on a North American tour this summer. The trek kicks off on August 5 at Croix-Bleue Medavie Stadium (Formerly Moncton Stadium), Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada and wraps up on October 16 at BC Place in Vancouver, BC. The run will see the band make stops in Boston, Chicago, Nashville, Charlotte, and more.

The band is also returning to Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania for the first U.S. show of the tour. They previously kicked off their We’re F’N Back! Tour there back in 2021. Revisit our review and live photos from the show HERE.

Tickets will be available starting with the band’s Nightrain Presale, beginning on Wednesday, February 22 at 10 am. The general on-sale will start on Monday, February 27 at 10 am at Fans can also purchase VIP Packages, which may include premium tickets, VIP bar access throughout the show, invitation to the pre-show Paradise City Lounge, limited edition Guns N’ Roses VIP merchandise & more. For more information, visit

Last year, Guns N’ Roses came out with a a new EP Hard Skool. The record was released nearly a year ago on February 25, 2022. It was the first time in 28 years that vocalist Axl Rose, guitarist Slash, and bassist Duff McKagan collaborated together on new material together.

The trio was accompanied on the new studio effort by the current members of the GNR lineup, which is completed by guitarist Richard Fortus and drummer Frank Ferrer, as well as keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese. The EP also featured “Absurd,” a re-worked track from the Chinese Democracy sessions, as well as live recordings of the band’s ‘91 power ballad “Don’t Cry” and “You’re Crazy” from their seminal debut LP Appetite For Destruction.

Released back in August of 2021, “Absurd” was the first new Guns N’ Roses song in 13 years.

Guns N' Roses 2023 world tour

Monday, June 5 – Tel Aviv, Israel – Park Hayarkon
Friday, June 9 – Madrid, Spain – Civitas Metropolitan Stadium
Monday, June 12 – Vigo, Spain – Estadio Abanca Balaídos
Thursday, June 15 – Dessel, Belgium – Grasspop Metal Meeting
Saturday, June 17 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell
Wednesday, June 21 – Oslo, Norway – Tons of Rock
Tuesday, June 27 – Glasgow, UK – Bellahouston Park
Friday, June 30 – London, UK – BST Hyde Park
Monday, July 3 – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsch Bank Park
Wednesday, July 5 – Bern, Switzerland – BERNEXPO
Saturday, July 8 – Rome, Italy – Circo Massimo
Tuesday, July 11 – Landgraaf, Netherlands – Megaland
Thursday, July 13 – Paris, France – La Defense
Sunday, July 16 – Bucharest, Romania – National Arena
Wednesday, July 19 – Budapest, Hungary – Puskás Arena
Saturday, July 22 – Athens, Greece – Olympic Stadium
Saturday, August 5 – Moncton, NB – Medavie Blue Cross Stadium
Tuesday, August 8 – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean Drapeau
Friday, August 11 – Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
Tuesday, August 15 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
Monday, August 21 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park
Thursday, August 24 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
Saturday, August 26 – Nashville, TN – GEODIS Park
Tuesday, August 29 – Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center
Friday, September 1 – Saratoga Springs, NY – Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Sunday, September 3 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre
Wednesday, September 6 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena
Saturday, September 9 – St. Louis, MO – Busch Stadium
Tuesday, September 12 – Knoxville, TN – Thompson-Boling Arena
Friday, September 15 – Hollywood, FL – Hard Rock Live
Wednesday, September 20 – Biloxi, MS – Mississippi Coast Coliseum
Saturday, September 23 – Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Stadium
Tuesday, September 26 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
Thursday, September 28 – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
Sunday, October 1 – San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium
Sunday, October 8 – Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
Wednesday, October 11 – Phoenix, AZ – Chase Field
Monday, October 16 – Vancouver, BC – BC Place