Guns N’ Roses add second huge London show to 2020 European stadium tour

They're off to Tottenham...

Guns N’Roses have confirmed that they’ll return to the UK and Europe next summer for a massive tour — with two London stadium shows now confirmed.

The rock icons, who last played the UK in 2018, will bring the ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 29 and 30 as part of a new run of stadium shows.

Guns N' Roses 2020 tour
Guns N’ Roses 2020 tour poster

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The north London stop-off marks their only UK dates on the tour, but it comes as they head across the continent throughout May and June.

Tickets are on sale now – and you can check out their 2020 European tour dates below.

Guns N’ Roses Europe tour 2020

May
20 Lisbon Passeio Maritimo De Algés, Portugal
23 Seville Estadio Benito Villamarin, Spain
26 Munich Olympiastadion, Germany
29 London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
30 London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

June
02 Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany
06 Solvesborg Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden
09 Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria
12 Firenze Firenze Rocks Festival, Italy
14 Berne Stade de Suisse. Switzerland
17 Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland
19 Prague Letnany Airport, Czech Republic
21 Landgraaf Pinkpop Festival, Holland
27 Dublin Marlay Park Concert Series, Ireland

The band’s current line-up sees Axl Rose playing with Slash and Duff McKagan, after all three joined forces once more back in 2016.

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Earlier this year, McKagan seemingly confirmed that the reunited line-up are making an album – describing their new material as “magnificent”.

“There’s never been a direct schedule on how we do things. I’ve heard some magnificent stuff that Axl has, really cool stuff he’s been working on. So I’m excited about the possibilities of that, of course,” McKagan said.

Guns N’ Roses’ most recent album was ‘Chinese Democracy’ in 2008. The record marked their first album of new music since the classic line-up’s last album ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’ in 1993.

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