Guns N Roses Tickets
Guns N Roses Tickets are on sale now at Razorgator! When you think about classic bands that have made a huge impact on the music industry, Guns N Roses should be a band that comes to mind. The 31 year old band has come together again and put on their “Not in This Lifetime” tour. The tour is already underway and spans across the United States and dabbles in two Canadian cities. They are one of the best heavy metal bands to ever exist, so don’t miss your chance to whip out your best head banging. Tickets are still available and prices vary depending on the city.
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Guns N' Roses Tour News
When you think of legendary hard rock and heavy metal bands, Guns N’ Roses has to be one of the first groups that comes to mind, led by lead singer Axl Rose and guitarist Slash, Guns N’ Roses has been pumping out loud and rowdy hits since the late 1980s. Still, the band continues to draw a crowd. Come and check out the band on its current tour. Its next stop is Aug. 22 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. You can grab seats starting at $31. Come relive some of the band’s early hits and enjoy newer numbers. It’s sure to be a memorable night in San Diego when Guns N’ Roses comes to town.
In the late 1980s, Guns N’ Roses gained worldwide fame and popularity as one of the foremost hard rock and heavy metal bands in the industry. The group produced some of the genres most memorable songs and ballads. Nearly three decades later, the group is back on tour, and you can relive the head banging music. The group has two more shows this summer, with tickets starting at $39. Axl Rose and company will play at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, Aug. 19. It is the second of two shows in the City of Angels. On Aug. 22, the band heads south to Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
For those worried that the Guns n Roses reunion tour wouldn’t live up to the GnR performances of old, that doesn’t seem to be the case so far. Shows are going late into the night, and fans might actually be having too much fun at times, as 30 or so people were arrested during and after the band’s show in New Jersey on July 23. It’s hard to blame fans for getting rowdy, as setlists have featured favorite songs like “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Civil War,” while Axl, Slash and the gang are also performing a number of great covers. The group arrives in Arlington, Texas on August 3, with tickets starting as low as $54.
If you are attending tonight’s Guns N’ Roses show at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA, there are a few rules to follow. Although the show starts at 7 pm, you do not have to be inside the stadium by that time. It is, however, recommended that you leave the parking lot by 7 pm in order to be inside the arena by 7:30 pm for the start of the opening act, Wolfmother. Axl Rose and the rest of the crew are set to take the stage roughly around 8:30 pm. If you still don’t have your ticket, you can find a select number available right here. Prices start at $52.
Guns ‘n Roses front man Axl Rose is notorious for being late to shows and sometimes apathetic toward fans, but this couldn’t have been further from the truth at last night’s show at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The band started right on time and enthusiastically greeted the crowd. They then went on to play a full two and a half hour set, highlighting the album Appetite for Destruction. The band also thrilled the audience with a few surprise covers, including “Layla” by Eric Clapton as well as “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd. Axl and the rest of the guys will now head to Chicago to headline Soldier Field. Catch them on Sunday for $24 and up.
It’s been over 30 years since Guns N' Roses first thrilled audiences across the globe, and now the band is taking the U.S. by storm again. This is one of the most highly anticipated reunion tours in recent history, especially after GNR took the stage at Coachella in April. The “Not in This Lifetime” tour could potentially feature new music, though it will certainly include favorites like “November Rain” and “Paradise City.” The tour launches in Detroit on June 23, and Razorgator has tickets starting as low as $91 for that performance. Anyone who appreciates rock and roll will want to see this show, so find dates and a location that work for you and don’t miss Guns N’ Roses in 2016!
Entering the Coachella stage to the sound of the Looney Tunes theme song, Guns n’ Roses made many in the crowd of thousands fear that they were the butt of a joke. The crowd got the real deal from the rockers, however, with a 25-song set that lasted over two hours and included all the great hits plus many of the lesser known gems. Fans young and old are returning this weekend to the festival for yet another weekend of music ending in a GNR headlining show, but the fun doesn’t end there. You can catch them June 23 at Ford Field in Detroit. Get tickets from us soon or you may just miss out. Prices start at $89.
Things got loud and boisterous in Las Vegas last weekend, but for the best reason ever. The original lineup of Guns n’ Roses was in town to play a couple nights at the T-Mobile Arena. For the first time in over twenty years, Steve Adler, Izzy, Axl, Slash and Duff were reunited, and people are saying they’re just as good, if not better, than they ever were. Playing long into the night, GNR proved they are still deserving of their rock god status. Up next, they’ll be heading to Indio, California, to play both weekends at Coachella. In June, Axl and the rest of the band will gear up for a summer tour that includes over twenty stops across the United States. Get your tickets before they’re gone!
The rumors are true! Your favorite heavy metal rockers Guns N Roses are reuniting for two performances in Las Vegas followed by two appearances at the annual Coachella Music Festival in Indio, CA. There are also rumors, however, that famed member Izzy Stradlin will only take a limited role in the band’s reunion. This is no doubt a major concern for fans of the guys who brought us “Welcome to the Jungle.” We can only hope that Izzy comes to his senses and becomes a full participant in what is sure to be an epic reunion. Tickets are already selling fast, so get yours now before they’re gone. Prices are $236 for the opening show on April 8.
2014 No Trickery! An Evening of Destruction Las Vegas Shows
Music gods, Guns N' Roses, were pioneers in heavy metal and hard rock with electrifying hits over the last 30 years. Through turbulence and drama between band members: perpetual bad-boy Axl Rose and original members guitar hero Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan and Steven Adler, Guns N Roses have their music to thank for never falling off the map. The iconic "November Rain" rockers, much to the dismay of their lead singer, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, so their notoriety has never been more palpable.
Formed in Los Angeles under the name Hollywood Rose and LA Guns, Guns N Roses rose to fame in 1985 with their album Appetite for Destruction. Ever wanted to hear "Sweet Child O' Mine" or "Welcome to the Jungle" from one of the world's best-selling bands? Now is your chance to see Guns N' Roses live with their all-new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino residency! The performances will include a plethora of rock's most cherished hits as well as songs only true GNR fans know, as the band will play "everything from greatest hits to a few lesser known but beloved songs."
Dubbed "No Trickery! An Evening of Destruction" we can't think of any better place to see the legends than in Las Vegas for their string of 9 dates this summer (May-June). Guns N' Roses is no stranger to playing at the Hard Rock, having a mini-residency, titled "Appetite for Democracy," two years ago at the hotel's famous venue, The Joint. A couple days before kicking off their highly anticipated residency, GNR are playing a special show in Bethlehem, PA at Sands Casino; tickets range from $97 -$255. Guns N Roses tickets for their first show (May 21) in Vegas start at $118, while tickets for their final show (June 7) start at $94.