April 1 – Troubadour – Just a spectacular return to hallowed ground! The most anticipated event in contemporary music history happened at 12:07am on Saturday, April 2, 2016 when Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan took the stage at the Troubadour in Los Angeles for their first live performance in more than 20 years – marking the return of the celebrated lineup of Guns N’ Roses!
The only hiccup; Axl slipped during the 2nd song and broke his foot…but did not go visit the doctor til Monday!
On April 8th, Axl tweeted: “This is what can happen when you do something you haven’t done in nearly over 23 years,”Internal Fixation” (ง’̀-‘́)ง”
April 8 – Axl’s Left Foot – Post surgery, Axl convinces his surgeon to explain the injury and the recovery: – my fondest wish, is an epic battle between Axl’s left foot and David Beckham’s left foot….
April 9-10 – T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas – One Million fans and counting will be part of the most celebrated music event of the past few decades when the tour of the summer kicks off in June, but 40,000 had the experience early this past weekend when the return of Guns N’ Roses hit a fanatic level in Las Vegas for opening weekend of the brand new T-Mobile Arena. The back-to-back sold out shows previewed what’s to come when their 20-date, Not In This Lifetime tour hits the road in June.
Next up, Coachella for two weekends (April 16 and April 23) and two sold out stadium shows in Mexico on April 19-20…April will see almost a half million fans alone in North America!
Not In This Lifetime Tour
Thursday, June 23 Detroit, MI Ford Field
Sunday, June 26 Washington, DC FEDEXFIELD
Wednesday, June 29 Kansas City, MO Arrowhead Stadium
Friday, July 1 Chicago, IL Soldier Field
Wednesday, July 6 Cincinnati, OH Paul Brown Stadium
Saturday, July 9 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium
Tuesday, July 12 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Field
Thursday, July 14 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field
Saturday, July 16 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
Tuesday, July 19 Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium
Saturday, July 23 East Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium
Wednesday, July 27 Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome
Friday, July 29 Orlando, FL Orlando Citrus Bowl
Sunday, July 31 New Orleans, LA Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Wednesday, August 3 Arlington, TX AT&T Stadium
Friday, August 5 Houston, TX NRG Stadium
Tuesday, August 9 San Francisco, CA AT&T Park
Friday, August 12 Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field
Monday, August 15 Glendale, AZ U of Phoenix Stadium
Monday, August 22 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium