Guns N' Roses will tour through Japan, New Zealand, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and North America in 2017. 

Guns N' Roses will tour through Japan, New Zealand, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and North America in 2017. 


It's the tour that (thankfully) never seems to end. Guns N' Roses is gearing up for another year of round-the-world touring and they've booked some killer local talent to serve as support. GN'R kicks off their 2017 trek in Japan, before heading to New Zealand and Australia. The band has not yet announced opening acts for their European leg (May 27-July 12) or North American finale (July 27-September 8). Stay tuned for those announcements and check out what to expect below. 

Japan: Babymetal & Man with a Mission

After warming up with a slew of RHCP support dates, Japanese metal darlings Babymetal will play host to GN'R at four out of their five Japan dates. Japanese rockers Man with a Mission will cover one show in Saitama.

New Zealand + Australia: Wolfmother & Rose Tattoo

Australian rockers Wolfmother helped GN'R warm up stadiums in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia in 2016. They will get back with the band in their native land this February for multiple New Zealand and Australia dates. Aussie rock 'n' roll outlaws Rose Tattoo will perform at shows in Brisbane and Sydney.

Guns N’ Roses 2017 Tour Dates:

Asia / Oceania

Jan. 2—Osaka, Japan @ Kyocera Dome (w/ Babymetal)
Jan. 22—Kobe, Japan @ World Arena (w/ Babymetal)
Jan. 25—Yokohama, Japan @ Yokohama Arena (w/ Babymetal)
Jan. 28—Tokyo, Japan @ Saitama Super Arena (w/ Man With A Mission) 
Jan. 29—Tokyo, Japan @ Saitama Super Arena (w/ Babymetal)
Feb. 2—Wellington, New Zealand @ Westpac Stadium (w/ Wolfmother)
Feb. 4—Auckland, New Zealand @ Western Springs Stadium (w/ Wolfmother)
Feb. 7—Brisbane, Australia @ QSAC Stadium (w/ Rose Tattoo)
Feb. 10—Sydney, Australia @ ANZ Stadium (w/ Rose Tattoo)
Feb. 11—Sydney, Australia @ ANZ Stadium (w/ Wolfmother & Rose Tattoo)
Feb. 14—Melbourne, Australia @ Melbourne Cricket Ground (w/ Wolfmother)
Feb. 18—Adelaide, Australia @ Adelaide Oval (w/ Wolfmother)
Feb. 21—Perth, Australia @ Domain Stadium (w/ Wolfmother)
Feb. 25—Singapore @ Changi Exhibition Centre
Feb. 28—Bangkok, Thailand @ SCG Stadium
March 3—Dubai, United Arab Emirates @ Autism Rocks Arena

Europe / Israel

May 27—Dublin, Ireland @ Slane Castle
May 30—Bilbao, Spain @ San Mames Stadium
June 2—Lisbon, Porugal @ Passeio Martimo De Alges
June 4—Madrid, Spain @ Vincente Calderon Stadium
June 7—Zurich, Switzerland @ Letzigrund
June 10—Imola, Italy @ Greenfield
June 13—Munich, Germany @ Olympiastadion
June 16—London, UK @ London Stadium
June 20—Gdansk, Poland @ Stadion Energy Gdansk
June 22—Hannover, Germany @ Messe
June 24—Werchter, Belgium @ Classic
June 27—Copenhagen, Denmark @ Telia Parken
June 29—Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena
July 1—Hämeenlinna, Finland @ Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto
July 4—Prague, Czech Republic @ Letnany Airport
July 7—Paris, France @ Stade de France
July 10—Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadion
July 12—Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffert Park
July 15—Tel Aviv, Israel @ Hayarkon Park

North America

July 27—St. Louis, Mo. @ The Dome At America’s Center
July 30—Minneapolis, Minn. @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Aug. 2—Denver, Colo.@ Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Aug. 8—Miami, Fla. @ Miami Marlins Stadium
Aug. 11—Winston-Salem, NC @ BB&T Field at Wake Forest University
Aug. 13—Hershey, Pa. @ Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 16—Buffalo, NY @ New Era Field
Aug. 19—Montreal, Quebec @ Parc Jean Drapeau
Aug. 21—Ottawa, Ontario @ TD Place Stadium
Aug. 24—Winnipeg, Manitoba @ Investors Group Field
Aug. 27—Regina, Saskatchewan @ New Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place
Aug. 30—Edmonton, Alberta @  Commonwealth Stadium
Sept. 1—Vancouver, B.C. @ BC Place Stadium
Sept. 3—George, Wash. @ The Gorge
Sept. 6—El Paso, Texas @ Sun Bowl Stadium
Sept. 8—San Antonio, Texas @ Alamodome