Guns N ‘Roses postpones North American tour due to coronavirus


Guns N ‘Roses postponed his North American tour due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“GN’R Fam, some news: the North American tour is being rescheduled by being too careful,” the group said via a message posted on their social media pages. The group promised it would share more information on the rescheduled performances “as soon as the dates are finalized,” while noting that tickets for the original dates would be honored or refunded.

“Thank you for your understanding during this time as we look forward to seeing you again very soon,” said the group in closing.

The news of the postponement of the North American tour follows a similar announcement concerning the European dates of Guns N ’Roses.

“Things are changing every day and we want to keep our fans, team members and the group safe,” the group said in a post regarding the European tour posted on May 11. “We are working hard with our promoters, places and cities / countries to stop there and will make new announcements as soon as possible.” “

The group had previously announced postponed dates in Central and South America. This stage of the tour, which was originally scheduled to take place in the spring, has been postponed until the fall.

GNR’s last show took place on March 14 at the Vive Latino festival in Mexico City. Although the coronavirus forced many other major festivals – including South By Southwest and Coachella – at that time, Vive Latino chose to continue as planned. Despite growing concerns, Guns N’Roses has moved on with their headliners, offering 22 songs to thousands of spectators.

While the latest round of tour postponements undoubtedly leaves some people disappointed, GNR fans still have reason to be excited. Namely, the new music of the group, on which the group would have “worked diligently”.


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