The band are now set to play in December, after their originial dates were postponed due to guitarist Buckethead's "internal haemorrhaging"...
GUNS N’ROSES have confirmed the rescheduled UK dates on their previously postponed European tour.
As exclusively revealed by NME.COM earlier in the year, the band’s UK shows, due to take place in June, were postponed due to “internal haemorrhaging” sustained by guitarist Buckethead.
At the time, it was maintained that the tour would be rescheduled, and now the band have confirmed that the dates will start at the London Docklands Arena on December 13, before calling at the same venues as before. All tickets are transferrable for the new dates.
Guns N’Roses will now play: London Docklands Arena (December 13-14)
Glasgow SECC (16)
Manchester Evening News Arena (18)
Birmingham NEC (19)
The rest of the band’s European indoor dates are likely to be rescheduled. American website www.sonicnet.com reported yesterday (May 29) that it was likely the band’s shows in Oslo, Norway, and Stockholm, Sweden, will take place on December 5 and 7 respectively.