UNITED STATES—Hard rock band Guns N’ Roses recently announced the extension of their “Not In This Lifetime Tour” which will begin in Philadelphia and end in Los Angeles, the band’s hometown.
The tour began on April 1, 2016 in West Hollywood at the Troubadour. According to the Los Angeles Times, it was reportedly the first time in several decades that lead singer Axl Rose performed publicly with guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKeagan.
The group has moved through the United States (Legs 1 and 2), Latin America (Leg 3), and Asia/Oceania (Leg 4). They began the 5th leg of their tour in Slane, Ireland on May 27, which will end on July 15 in Tel Aviv, Israel. During the 6th leg, the group will move through the United States again along with Canada. They will spend the 7th leg of their tour in South America.
The 14 newly announced tour dates, which will comprise the tour’s 8th leg, which is set to commence on October 8 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. The final two shows will take place in Los Angeles (where the group formed in 1985) on November 24 at the Staples Center and November 25 at The Forum. Ticket sales will open to the public on Saturday, June 3.