A part of Guns N’ Roses 2020 tour has been rescheduled


Guns N’ Roses had to postpone their Central and South American tour due to the ongoing worldwide coronavirus pandemic. The entire concert industry was brought to a standstill for now, so the American hard rock band had to reschedule for later this year.

The trek was originally planned for March and April, and the fans will have to wait around eight months longer to see and listen to the rock legends. All the tickets are still valid for the November and December dates.

Here are the new dates for the #GNR2020 tour:

  • Nov. 8 – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  • Nov. 11 – Merida, Mexico
  • Nov. 15 – San Jose, Costa Rica
  • Nov. 18 – Guatemala City, Guatemala
  • Nov. 21 – Quito, Ecuador
  • Nov. 24 – Lima, Peru
  • Nov. 27 – Santiago, Chile
  • Nov. 29 – Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Dec. 04 – Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Dec. 06 – Bogota, Colombia

The “Not In This Lifetime” tour began in April 2016, and became the third highest-grossing tour in history and the sixth by attendance and number of shows. “Not In This Lifetime” was named the Top Tour in the 2017 Billboard Live Music Awards. This was the first occasion since 1993 when Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan were on the same stage.

The three were among the original members which started on this road in Los Angeles back in the ‘80s and made history in the following years winning four American Music Awards and four MTV Video Music Awards.

The trio made it to the list of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 2012, along with Steven Adler, Izzy Stradlin, Dizzy Reed and Matt Sorum. The rock band sold more than 100 million records worldwide, almost half of them in United States.

Guns N’ Roses also holds the record for the most expensive rock album ever produced, “Chinese Demcoracy” (2008), with costs of around $13 million and over 10 years of making.

Some of the band’s all-time most famous songs are “November Rain”, “Don’t Cry”, “Sweet Child O’Mine” and “Paradise City”. “November Rain” is the first ‘90s video to reach one billion views on YouTube.

A few of them are featuring on many famous movies.

For example, “Paradise City”, which was ranked as the best Guns N’ Roses song, is part of the “Can’t Hardly Wait” movie soundtrack, a comedy from 1998.

Then is “Sweet Child O’ Mine”, which became the first ‘80s music video to hit one billion YouTube views, last October. The song in part of the soundtrack on two of the most famous movies of the 2000s, “The Big Short” (2015) and “The Wrestler” (2008).

“You Could Be Mine” is another song which was part of famous movies soundtracks, like “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” (1991) and “Terminator Salvation” (2009).

And then there is the movie “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” (2017) which has on its soundtrack – what else? – the song “Welcome to the Jungle”.

But you can find Guns N’ Roses also at Unibet Casino online, where is the slot with the same name made by NetEnt. The “Guns N’ Roses” slot took over a year to develop and has an RTP of just under 97%. It received the “Game of the Year” award in 2016, at the EGR Operator Awards, later becoming a true hit. It also features a playlist with some of the most famous songs of the band.

Hopefully, some of us will hear the songs live, later this year, when the Guns N’ Roses 2020 Tour will resume, starting May and June in Europe, then United States and Toronto in July and August, before the rescheduled dates for Central and Southern America.


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