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Guns N’ Roses Dates

09:01 AM Friday 9/9/11 | |

Axl Rose & Co. slot shows for Orlando, Miami and Kansas City.

Although the Guns N’ Roses publicity machine hasn’t issued a complete itinerary, three U.S. shows are now on the routing with two going on sale today – Orlando, Fla., at the Amway Center Oct. 28 and Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena Oct. 29. Tickets for Kansas City at the Sprint Center Nov. 12  go up Sept. 16.

The shows will occur after Guns N’ Roses stomps through South America and Mexico, playing Rio de Janeiro (Oct. 2); Santiago, Chile (Oct. 5); Buenos Aires (Oct. 8); Santa Fe, Argentina (Oct. 10); Cordoba, Argentina (Oct. 12); Asuncion, Paraguay (Oct. 15); Mexico City (Oct. 18-19); Guadalajara (Oct. 22); and Monterrey (Oct. 23).

For more information, click here for the Guns N’ Roses website and here for the band’s Facebook page.


Comments

  1. halbader wrote:

    11:21 AM, Sep 10, 2011

    I saw GNR in the early 90's. Skid Row opened the show at Nassau Coliseum and then we waited over two hours between sets for GNR to come on stage. I was also at the First Union Center in Philadelphia on December 6, 2002..when some DJ opened the show for GNR and GNR NEVER showed UP! I drove home very disappointed. Not going to let that happen to me again! Buyer beware!

  2. Eddie Money wrote:

    01:39 PM, Sep 09, 2011

    You guys are insane.  Axl Rose is one of the greatest performers of all time.  Many of you bring up the same old "If he actually shows up" or "how late will he be this time" comments or are quick to dismiss him because the classic line-up isn't playing.  I understand the classic line-up complaint, but the late comments are ridiculous by now.  Of course Axl will go on late.  That's what he does.  I've seen his show 10 times since 2006 and will go see him 10 more times on this tour if I can make it.  

    As far as the classic line-up criticism is concerned, I get that, but if you decide to check it out, go with an open mind and the expectation that you'll witness a great rock show with very good musicians backing Axl.  Axl's vocals are nearly as good as they were in the early 90's and he gives 110%.  

    I've taken skeptical friends to a few of the shows in 2010 and they were glad they went.  Never did we have to stand-around waiting for 2 hours.  It was set-up so the opening bands played for a total of 2 hours and Axl went on between 10:30 and 11pm.  

    You'll be glad you went.  

  3. scout124 wrote:

    10:30 AM, Sep 09, 2011

    Conan O'Brien said a few years ago they should be known as Chubby Magoo And The Guys That Aren't Slash... Could be a cool show just from the unpredictability aspect of things but I'll wait for the reunion of the original lineup, if it ever happens...

  4. bigsled wrote:

    10:24 AM, Sep 09, 2011

    All the european shows last year Axl was  1 -3 hrs late . They were fined and in the papers over there . Fans would even leave  . Can you imagine waiting the usual 45 min after the opener than have to wait a additional 2:15 min ?

    Plus, this isnt GNR anyway . People are so pathetic that support this crap , I just dont get it....

  5. BruceJuice71 wrote:

    09:37 AM, Sep 09, 2011

    Axl rose/GNR concerts have just become pathetic, dont waste your money;

  6. clapton7 wrote:

    09:07 AM, Sep 09, 2011

    Let's see if they actually show up and do the shows.



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