Band returns to South America in Sept and Oct
Guns N’ Roses is returning to South America this fall. After canceling original dates in 2020 due to the pandemic, the band — with reunited original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan — makes their long-awaited return to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Peru and Colombia in September and October.
The South American leg kicks off September 4th in Recife, Brazil with stops in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima before wrapping on October 11th in Bogota.
Nightrain fan club members get access to presales. Sao Paolo, BR Nightrain presale is underway. Nightrain presales for Recife, BR, Goiania, BR, Belo Horizonte, BR, Reberiao Preto, BR, Florianopolis, BR, Curibita, BR, Porto Alegre, BR and Bogota, CO are all coming soon.
Tickets for Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Santiago and Lima are on sale now via Ticketmaster.
The group will headline Welcome to Rockville in Daytona Beach, FL before launching a long-delayed European run this summer. They’ll follow the South American run with an also long-delayed Mexican run of four dates before heading Down Under for a stadium trek in Australia and New Zealand this November and December.
Last year, the band released two new tracks since reuniting with three original members in 2016. Both are outtakes from the 2008 Chinese Democracy album. “Absurd” and “Hard Skool” were released as 7-inch vinyl, cassette and CD single with two live tracks in February 2022.