Guns N’ Roses Reveals List of 2023 International Tour Dates, Spanning Five Months and Nearly 40 Shows
Guns N’ Roses was released on Tuesday his string of tour dates for this year, a five-month stretch spanning Israel, Europe, and North America.
The heavy metal protagonist — which includes lead singer Axl Rose, 61, bassist Duff McKagan, 59, and guitarist Slash, 57 — will begin their run of shows with a June 5 date in Tel Aviv, Israel ahead of a 15-concert European leg. that includes stops in London, Rome and Paris.
Starting August 5, the band will begin the European leg of the tour in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada for a 22-day period ending October 16 in Vancouver.
Guns N’ Roses last toured North America on its We’re F’N Back! Tour in 2021, the same year they released their first new track in 13 years with the song Absurd.
The tour announcement comes more than two months after Rose revealed he would stop throwing his mic into the audience after a fan was injured during a show.
On the road again: Guns N’ Roses released its list of tour dates for this year on Tuesday, a five-month trail that will span Israel, Europe and North America. Axl Rose, 61, and Slash, 57, were snapped in Austin, Texas, in October 2019
“It has come to my attention that a fan may have been injured at a show in Adelaide, Australia, possibly hit by the microphone at the end of the show, when I traditionally throw the microphone at the fans,” the frontman said in a statement. message dated December 2. tweet.
The singer of classics like Welcome To The Jungle, Sweet Child O’ Mine and November Rain said the decision was one of safety over showmanship.
“After more than 30 years of throwing the mic at the end of the show, we’ve always felt it was a familiar part of the end of the show that fans wanted and knew they had the chance to get the microphone,” said Rose.
He continued, “Anyway, in the interest of public safety, from now on we will refrain from throwing the mic or anything at the fans during or during the performance.”
Rose took to Twitter earlier this month to thank fans for their well wishes as he celebrated his 61st birthday.
“I am very lucky and privileged to have such amazing friends, fans and people in my life!!” Rose said on the social media site. “I am extremely grateful to ALL the people I have privileged n’ Guns n’ Roses to play for everyone we meet, know and work around the world!!
‘I mean that sincerely from the bottom of my heart and don’t take their love, friendship and support along with all our success for granted!!’
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Wednesday, while general tickets begin at 10 a.m. local time on Friday on the band’s website. Gunsnroses. com.
The tour announcement comes more as Rose revealed he would stop throwing his mic into the audience after a fan was injured during a show.
The heavy metal staple, consisting of (LR) Steven Adler, Duff McKagan, Rose, Slash and Izzy Stradlin