It looks like Guns N’ Roses have no intention to finish their Not In This Lifetime Tour anytime soon. The American rockers have decided to extend their trip across the U.S. into the fall and recently announced a bunch of headlining shows.
The tour will kick off in Charlotte on September 25th, and will see the band playing shows in Jacksonville, Oklahoma City and Salt Lake City among other cities, before wrapping up the trip with pair of shows in Las Vegas’ The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
“Guns N’ Roses is bringing their outrageously successful Not in This Lifetime Tour back to the U.S this fall – and for the first time in 2019,” said the band in a statement. “With fans hungry for more GNR, today the band revealed eight new dates across the United States, kicking off Sept. 25 in Charlotte, N.C.”
Following the end of this U.S. leg of the tour, Guns N’ Roses are expected to head to the studio and work on their new studio album. This was confirmed by the group’s lead guitarist Slash in a recent interview.
“When we finish the tour in the fall then we will commit to working on the next Guns record,” Slash told 101 WRIF’s DJ Meltdown in early June.