Guns N 'Roses want to rock the stage again in 2021. Under the motto "Stadium Rock is Back!" the band has announced a new stadium tour.
The corona pandemic hit the concert industry hard in 2020. The summer festivals are canceled and all tours have been postponed. This also affected the US rock band Guns N 'Roses, which had to reschedule several concerts. But that's not all. "Stadium Rock is Back!" it says on the band's official website. The new stadium tour is announced for November 2021 – at the other end of the world.
Full concert program in 2021?
Between November 6 and 24, 2021, the band around the founding members Axl Rose (58), Slash (55) and Duff McKagan (56) want to play eight concerts in Australia and New Zealand.
Guns N 'Roses want to make up for the postponed concerts in North America and Europe as early as summer 2021. The rock band is due to come to Europe in June 2021. The only Germany concert in Munich is scheduled for June 30, 2021. Over a dozen shows are planned for the US and Canada between July 10 and August 19.
However, due to the corona pandemic, it remains to be seen whether Guns N 'Roses can keep the tour schedule as announced.