Guns N’ Roses is an American rock band, known for its best-selling 1987 release “Appetite for Destruction.” Since its release, the record has been RIAA-certified Diamond and 18x Platinum, selling more than 28 million copies worldwide as of October 2008. The band has gone through various lineup changes, but has always been helmed by the controversial and reclusive Axl Rose.

Guns N’ Roses recently released its first studio album in 15 years, setting off speculation that a long-awaited full-length tour could also be on the horizon. However, the band’s past tours have been spotted by tragedy and controversy. Additionally, Rose’s mercurial nature can make the guarantee for a full performance a gamble. The vocalist has gotten a reputation for a fiery temper on stage (and off), as well as a tendency to walk out on shows when displeased. Despite Rose’s antics, Guns N’ Roses past arena tours have been popular among fans around the world.

Market Heat Report: Football, Fighting, and Garth Brooks
It’s a football-heavy time for the TicketNetwork marketplace, as the worldwide one (aka soccer) continues to have hot-selling marquee events, and the American version starting to come on line with hot fall tickets already creeping into the rankings. Saturday’s International Champions Cup “El Classico” match between FC Barcelona and... Read more
Tickets On Sale: Friday, July 28, 2017
A set of fresh new shows from the resurrected Guns N’ Roses headline a busy day of onsale activity on this final Friday in July, with over 1,000 shows up for grabs. Bring a summertime Friday, presales are somewhat thin, but a Ventura, California date from Lana Del Rey... Read more
Guns N’ Roses brings Appetite for Democracy to Las Vegas
Guns N’ Roses announced plans on August 13 to play 12 shows in Sin City, starting on Halloween and running until Saturday, November 24. The band, fronted by Axl Rose, will perform at The Joint, located inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, joining a growing list of Las... Read more
Guns N’ Roses Club Tour Rocks On
As Designers from all over the world descended upon New York City to showcase their new Fall/Winter collections for New York Fashion week, February 9–16, Guns N’ Roses were preparing to rock New York. The band played the Roseland Ballroom Friday night, February 10, as the first show of... Read more
Guns N’ Roses tour to tackle trio of U.S. concerts
Guns N’ Roses is expanding its 2011 tour plans into America, where frontman Axl Rose and his hard rock bandmates will perform a trio of shows this fall. While more dates could be added in the future, GNR’s fall tour features only three U.S. concerts at this point in... Read more
Guns N’ Roses will take the stage on August 13 for its first official U.S. concert in four years. The performance is booked for the final day of the week-long Rock ‘N Rev Festival in Sturgis, SD. The festival, which runs August 9-13, announced GNR’s addition to its lineup... Read more
After years of tour speculation and the long-awaited release of “Chinese Democracy,” an album 10 years in the making, Guns N’ Roses has outlined plans for a North American tour. For now, the routing will just take Axl Rose and his compatriots across the Canadian provinces. Thirteen dates are... Read more
Current Guns N’ Roses guitarist Richard Fortus is stirring up speculation that Axl Roses’ embattled band could hit the road in 2009. In a recent interview with St. Louis, MO-based newspaper The Telegraph, Fortus said the tour would hopefully start in late March and run for “at least two... Read more
Rumors are swirling around Los Angeles that four of the original five Guns N’ Roses hard-rock band members will reunite July 28th at the Key Club in Los Angeles. Drummer Steven Adler recently told the press that Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan and Slash will perform at the Key Club... Read more
Guns N’ Roses rumors? Always. Then again, this one seems to hold a little more water than most. It’s rumored that four of the original Guns N’ Roses line-up may reunite next week to mark the 20th anniversary of the band’s debut release ‘Appetite For Destruction’. Original band drummer... Read more