GUNS N' ROSES: Australian Tour Dates Announced

Paul Cashmere of Undercover News reports that Axl Rose is returning to Australia for the first time in 14 years with his new incarnation of GUNS N' ROSES.

The GN'R "Chinese Democracy" tour will play Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in June.

The GUNS N' ROSES lineup is W. Axl Rose on vocals; guitarists Robin Finck, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Richard Fortus; bass player Tommy Stinson, keyboard players Dizzy Reed and Chris Pittman and drummer Frank Ferrer.

The Australian tour will be a spectacular in its own right with SEBASTIAN BACH and Australia's rock legends ROSE TATTOO performing as special guests.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, April 26.

Dates are:

June 10 - Perth - Burswood Dome
June 13 - Adelaide - Entertainment Centre
June 15 - Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena
June 20 - Brisbane - Entertainment Centre
June 23 - Sydney - Acer Arena


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