Finally, a reason for Americans to look forward to 2017.
Recently reunited Guns N’ Roses announced Monday that they’re extending their Not in This Lifetime tour to include U.S. dates next year.
“The Machine Is Back At it in 2017!” the group announced on Twitter, along with a link to the new tour dates.
Alas, fans will need a little patience. The group, which has recently been playing Latin American dates, will take the show back to the States on July 27, performing at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Dates in Minneapolis, Denver, Miami, Winston-Salem, Buffalo and other cities will follow.
Tickets for Guns N’ Roses’ upcoming U.S. shows go on sale Saturday.
Prior to the U.S. dates, Axl Rose and company will spend the first half of the year touring Japan, Australia, Europe and other locations.
After decades of tension between singer Rose and guitarist Slash, the band’s lineup of Rose, Slash and bassist Duff McKagan reunited, marking the fist time Guns N’ Roses had performed together since the Use Your Illusion Tour in 1993.