Heavy metal band Guns 'N Roses continues its "Not In This Lifetime Tour" this fall beginning September 25 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and finishing up with a two-show set at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on November 2. The band will see support from Bishop Gunn, Blackberry Smoke, Dirty Honey, Shooter Jennings, and Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown on select dates.
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Several of the shows will be at music festivals, including the Louder Than Life Music Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, September 27-28, the Austin City Limits Festival, October 4 and October 11, and the Exit 111 Festival at Manchester, Tennessee, October 13. Primary tickets to those shows are available directly through the festivals, as multi-day or single-day passes. TicketIQ has multi-day and some single-day passes available to the festivals.
Among the individual tour dates, fans should comparison shop, as TicketIQ has better deals for two of the highest-interest shows. Guns ‘N Roses will wrap up its tour at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas November 1-2. Fans can get seats for the November 1 show in Section 304, Row E for $468 on TicketIQ versus $830 for Section 304, Row A for $830 on Ticketmaster. For the November 2 show, seats in Section 204, Row E are listed at $1,105 on Ticketmaster, and a similar seat, in Section 205, Row M, is listed at $709 on TicketIQ.
Below are tickets to the higher-interest shows, including several at music festivals, that also include entry into other events at the festival:
October 11 at Exit 111 Festival, Manchester, TN, tickets start at $264 (3-day ticket) 🎟️
October 13 at Exit 111 Festival, Manchester, TN, tickets start at $139 (1-day ticket) 🎟️
Guns 'N Roses Tour Dates
Sept. 28 -- Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life Festival
Oct. 1 -- Jacksonville, FL @ VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Oct. 4 -- Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits
Oct. 7 -- Wichita, KS @ INTRUST Bank Arena
Oct. 11 -- Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits
Oct. 13 -- Manchester, TN @ Exit 111 Festival
Oct. 15 -- Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
Oct. 18 -- Guadalajara, MX @ Estadio Jalisco
Oct. 20 -- Tijuana, MX @ Estadio Caliente
Oct. 23 -- Oklahoma City, OK @ Chesapeake Energy Arena
Oct. 25 -- New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo Festival
Oct. 29 -- Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
Nov. 1 -- Las Vegas, NV @ The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Nov. 2 -- Las Vegas, NV @ The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
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Guns 'N Roses Expand "Not In This Lifetime" Tour Into Fall 2017
Once one of the early 90’s most dysfunctional bands, the latest Guns ‘N Roses reunion tour looks like it’s in the long haul. Following the success of “Not In This Lifetime”, the quintet has announced an additional 14 tour dates this fall. While the first leg of the tour focused on stadiums, the fall leg will see the band in the more “intimate” setting of arenas.
The stretch begins October 8th at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center and sees the band blaze through some of east’s most iconic venues including 2 stops at Madison Square Garden, the TD Garden in Boston and Toronto’s Air Canada Centre. After a quick mid-west swing including Chicago’s United Center and the brand new Little Caesar's Arena in Detroit, the band will conclude the tour on their familiar West Coast including the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Oakland’s ORACLE Arena and two tour finale shows in GnR’s home town of Los Angeles at the Staples Center and The Forum.
The tour has already been flooded with opening acts as diverse as The Darkness and The Kills to The Pretenders and The Killing Joke, and the new leg is no different. They’ll be joined by bands such as Deftones, Live, ZZ Top and Royal Blood on the newly announced leg.
Looking at the secondary market, TicketIQ says the average asking price for the Fall Leg is $329. Quicken Loans Arena on October 26th is the cheapest of the trek with an average asking price of $259 and cheapest available ticket of $81. Conversely, the October 11th stop at Madison Square Garden is the tour’s most expensive date. The average ticket price is $458 with the cheapest resale ticket listed for $88. With the exception of the Air Canada Centre on October 29th, all the new tour dates have a “get-in” price below $100.