Spectrum Center | Charlotte, North Carolina
Rock fans rejoice because one of the best bands, Guns N' Roses, is coming to the Spectrum Center on Tuesday, August 29th, 2023. Like they always do, they are sure to light up the city with their incredible stage presence, and you can expect to have your body rocked to the core. This tour marks the first time they're back on the road since the "We're F'N Back!" tour in 2021, which left critics and fans awe struck from coast-to-coast. Tickets are selling out really quickly, but securing your spot right here and now is as simple as clicking the "Get Tickets" button, so don't delay. Get them right now!
Guns N' Roses are some of the most zestful musicians alive today. "Their stage presence is something truly magical to behold, and they are currently made up of Axl Rose, Slash, McKagan, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer, Dizzy Reed, and Melissa Reese. Together, these guys make up one of the most awarded and coveted bands in rock history.
They formed in 1985 and have created incredible music like their 1987 album "Appetite for Destruction," which is the eleventh best-selling U.S. album of all time and one of the best-selling debut albums of all time. In 1991, Guns N' Roses arrived on the scene with the 7x-platinum Use Your Illusion I and the 7x-platinum Use Your Illusion II, simultaneously dominating the Billboard 200. Among their other platinum or multi-platinum selling albums are G N' R Lies (5x), The Spaghetti Incident?, Greatest Hits (5x), and Chinese Democracy (10x). In addition, among rock groups, they are among the most-streamed on Spotify, having around 24 million listeners each and every month on average, and the tour "Not in This Lifetime" of 2016–2019 was the in the top five highest-grossing concert tours ever.
Guns N' Roses really do know how to make music and, even better, how to put on some of the best concerts the world has ever seen. That is why you really can't afford to miss out on this incredible show. Grab your tickets right now by clicking the "Get Tickets" button before it's too late.