Guns N’ Roses announce UK tour

The band confirm first British jaunt since 1993

Guns N’ Roses announce UK tour
Guns N’ Roses have announced details of a full UK tour, their first since 1993.

The band, led by frontman Axl Rose, will play their biggest trek on these shores for years in July, kicking off at Sheffield’s Hallam FM Arena on July 18, support will come from Bullet For My Valentine.

Following on from their recent comeback shows in New York, the group have already announced that they will be playing the Download Festival on June 11 and a warm-up show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on June 7.

Guns ‘N’ Roses full UK tour now will hit:

London Hammersmith Apollo (June 7)
Download Festival (11)
Sheffield Hallam FM Arena (July 18)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (19)
Glasgow SECC (21)
Manchester MEN Arena (23)
Birmingham NEC (25)
Nottingham Arena (27)
London Wembley Arena (30)

Tickets are set to go on sale on June 2 at 9am. For availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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