Guns N’ Roses has become the first band to schedule a tour of Australia since the coronavirus pandemic began.
In an announcement made Wednesday, the band unveiled plans to play six stadium shows in November 2021. The brief tour will get underway on the Gold Coast before heading to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, according to promoter TEG Dainty.
Guns N’ Roses announce New Zealand tour in November 2021 https://t.co/fihxEYX915
— Newshub ENT (@NewshubENT) November 18, 2020
“We’re all eager to return to business as usual, and who better to lead the charge into international stadium touring than the mighty Guns N’ Roses,” a statement released by TEG Dainty reads. “Now that COVID-related restrictions are easing, Australians can look forward to the return of large-scale stadium events such as this and, let’s face it, Guns N’ Roses deliver every single time.”
Is it too soon to start making plans for next year? More importantly, is it too soon to buy tickets for events that happen next year?