Guns N' Roses have rescheduled their postponed 2020 tour dates for the summer of 2021. The band will launch the primarily stadium run on July 10th in Milwaukee at Summerfest, with the 13-date trek packing up on August 19th at L.A.'s Banc of California Stadium.
Rolling Stone posted, “Guns N’ Roses said they were able to move most of their shows to new dates at the same venue, but had to cancel a handful — including stops in cities like Seattle and Atlanta — 'due to routing and venue availability issues that developed during the postponement process.'”
Guns N' Roses co-founders Slash and Duff McKagan have decades of history together and Slash told us a while back that he and the bassist have always had an undeniable chemistry. “When we first met, Duff came in with, for one, just the greatest f***ing work ethic and a kind of personality that's just totally resilient, which sort of mirrors what I'm about. And then as far as being a player, he has an approach that just goes right in sync with what I do as a guitar player, and we just hit it off as friends, as musicians, ever since the beginning, and it stayed all the way through this whole time.”