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Guns N’ Roses Expand 'Not In This Lifetime' Tour into Summer 2017 & Tickets Are On Sale

by Emma Gaedeke   Dec 14, 2016 11:55 AM EST

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Guns N' Roses have just added a slew of dates to their Not In This Lifetime Tour, which they launched in early 2016. The route is now expected to run throughout next summer and will kick off in the U.S. on July 27 in St. Louis and will wrap up on Sept. 8 in San Antonio.

Guns N' Roses tickets went on sale Dec. 10 and have already hit the resale market with huge demand. Currently, tickets are averaging $258 for all upcoming performances. One of the scheduled performances includes their kickoff date on July 27 in St. Louis, a city the band has not played since the "Riverport Riot" incident of 1991.

Tickets to see Guns N' Roses at The Dome At America's Center are currently averaging $412, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for $61. That stop is on track to be the band's second priciest performance of the tour, falling just behind their Sept. 3 stop at The Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington, where tickets are averaging $415, with the cheapest ticket priced at $130,a ccording to data provided by ticket aggregator TicketIQ.

To compare, the band's most afforadable show is scheduled to be their final night of the run on Sept. 3 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, where secondary market tickets are averaging $169, with the cheapest ticket priced at $58.

The Not In This Lifetime Reunion Tour will feature co-founders Axl Rose and Slash, along with Duff McKagan and the rest of the band's current roster, not including Izzy Stradlin. 'Not in This Lifetime' serves as the band's first tour together since 1993.

Impressively, Guns 'N Roses have sold more than 3 million tickets in 2016, making their tour this year's most successful rock tour. The band sold over 1 million tickets in just the 24 hours after their European, Canadian and U.K. dates went on sale. With that momentum, its likely that the band will see more record-breaking ticket sales into their 2017 tour dates.

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