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Guns N’ Roses, Lenny Kravitz & Alice in Chains Tour Launches Soon With Ticket Prices Rising



Guns N' Roses has joined the countless artists this summer who are embarking on major tours, and recently, the "classic" lineup announced a pair of veteran rock acts that will accompany them along the tour route. Lenny Kravitz and Alice in Chains will open up for the band on their Not In This Lifetime tour, and their recent additions have spiked secondary ticket prices.

Currently, tickets to see Guns N' Roses this summer are averaging an impressive $270 across all of the band's performances. The 25-date tour will launch on June 23 at Detroit's Ford Field, with Alice In Chains serving as the opening act. Alice in Chains will also appear at the tour's Washington, D.C., Kansas City and Chicago dates. Lenny Kravitz will hop on the tour for two nights at Gillette Stadium in Boston as well as two shows in East Rutherford, New Jersey at MetLife Stadium. The band's most expensive performance is scheduled to be the July 16 stop at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, where tickets average a whopping $533 with the cheapest ticket priced at $181. Conversely, the most budget-friendly show is slated to be Guns N' Roses' June 29 show at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, where tickets are averaging $186, with the cheapest ticket priced at just $56, according to data provided by TiqIQ.

(Photo: Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

Guns N' Roses made an epic reunion at this year's Coachella Festival in April, playing for more than two hours. Tickets this year for Coachella averaged $871 for both weekends, making them the second-priciest festival passes of the year, coming in second to the highly anticipated Desert Trip Festival this October. The original Guns N' Roses lineup reunited on April 1 for the first time in 1993 for a show at L.A.'s Troubadour club. The lineup included Axl Rose,Slash and Duff McKagan.

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