GUNS N' ROSES Earn $116.8 Million On North American Leg Of Not In This Lifetime Tour

Guns N’ Roses grossed a whopping $116.8 million during the North American leg of its Not In This Lifetime tour that hit the road for nine weeks this summer, reports

GNR’s North American tour kicked off on June 23rd and included a total of 21 stadiums, wrapping on August 22nd. The nine-week jaunt was attended by more than one million fans at 25 performances. The tour heads to Latin America next with concerts booked in 11 cities during the fall, and then Asian and Australian dates are on tap for early next year.


Guns N’ Roses have released a video trailer for their upcoming Not In This Lifetime DVD. Although details are yet to be revealed, the contents of the DVD are rumored to include the band’s July 23rd tour opener in Detroit, MI, as well as a 15-25 minute documentary. Check out the trailer below, and stay tuned for more details, expected soon.

Following news that Guns N’ Roses will bring their Not In This Lifetime Tour to Australia in February 2017, the band has confirmed two shows for New Zealand. Shows will take place on February 2nd in Wellington and February 4th in Auckland.

The 2017 tour schedule is now as follows:

21 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome
28 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
29 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena

2 – Wellingtone, New Zealand – Westpac Stadium
4 – Auckland, New Tealand – Western Springs
7 – Brisbane, Australia – QSAC Stadium
10 – Sydney, Australia – ANZ Stadium
14 – Melbourne, Australia – MCG
18 – Adelaide, Australia – Adelaide Oval
21 – Perth, Australia – Domain Stadium

More GN’R dates:

27 – Lima, Peru – Estadio Monumental
29 – Santiago, Chile – Estadio Nacional

4 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – River Plate Stadium
8 – Porto Alegre, Brazil – Estadio Beira-Rio
11 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Allianz Parque
15 – Curitiba, Brazil – Pedreira Paulo Leminski
18 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – [to be announced]
20 – Brasilia, Brazil – Estadio Nacional
23 – Medellin, Colombia – Estadio Atanasio Girardot
26 – San José, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional