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Guns N’ Roses Add More Fall Gigs

01:01 PM Thursday 9/29/11 | |

Axl Rose and the gang have filled in dates and venue information for a handful of shows from Texas to Massachusetts. Tickets go on sale to the general public soon.

The band is keeping fans on their toes by continuing to add individual gigs rather than a full tour announcement. Guns N’ Roses previously promised the upcoming tour would feature “30 concerts in the U.S.” with dates scheduled “from October to New Year’s Eve.”

Last week the group announced a list of cities where fans can expect a visit from Guns N’ Roses. Now there are venues and dates to go along with half a dozen of them. 

The new shows include Houston at Toyota Center Nov. 4; Omaha, Neb., at CenturyLink Center Omaha Nov. 8; and Norman, Okla., at Lloyd Noble Center Nov. 9.

The band will also play East Rutherford, N.J., at IZOD Center Nov. 17; Wilkes-Barre, Pa., at Mohegan Sun Arena At Casey Plaza Nov. 20; Worcester, Mass., at DCU Center Nov. 25; and Camden, N.J., at Susquehanna Bank Center Nov. 26.

Fans are still waiting for venues and dates for Detroit, Cincinnati, Nashville, Indianapolis and Denver. More shows will be announced soon.

On Saturday Guns N’ Roses play “Rock In Rio – Rio De Janeiro” in Brazil followed by shows in Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Mexico.

Tickets for the Houston show go on sale to the general public Friday. Tickets for the Norman show will be available Oct. 4 via the University of Oklahoma Athletics Ticket Office. All other new shows will go on sale to the general public on Saturday. All onsales begin at 10 a.m. local time.

A number of pre-sales began today and run through Friday at 10 p.m. local time.
   
For more information, click here for Guns N’ Roses website and here for the band’s Facebook page.


Comments

  1. toogoogetmoo wrote:

    04:41 AM, Sep 30, 2011

    Who gives a da##.  Arrogant Axel is washed up and no longer relevant.  Any bets on how many shows will be cancelled or not start until 2-3am in the morning?



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