"Not in This Lifetime" has a new timeline, as Guns N' Roses have expanded their touring with returning members Slash and Duff McKagan well into 2017. The trek was one of the biggest tours of 2016, and will now touch down in Europe in late spring and early summer before crossing the pond to North America in late summer.

The first of the two new tour legs starts May 27, 2017 at Dublin's Slane Castle, and if you're familiar with the history of the venue, it's quite the honor that the band is playing there. Traditionally only one or two shows are scheduled at the venue at most per yerar. From there, the band touches down in 18 other countries before wrapping July 15 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

After catching a breather for about a week, the band will fire up the tour in North America starting up with a show at St. Louis' The Dome at America's Center on July 27, then playing an addition 15 cities in the U.S. and Canada. The second leg wraps Sept. 8 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

Tickets go on sale beginning Friday, Dec. 9 in Canada and Europe, and Saturday, Dec. 10 in the United States. Exclusive Guns N’ Roses VIP packages available for N. American dates at vipnation.com. There will also be a special pre-sale for all Citi Card members beginning Tues., Dec. 6 at 10AM at www.citiprivatepress.com as well as an AT&T pre-sale Thursday, Dec. 8 at 10AM via www.att.com/frontoftheline.

The 2016 edition of the "Not in This Lifetime" tour has sold over two million tickets while playing 25 shows in 21 cities. After that, the trek ventured to South America and sold out all 15 dates of the tour, including 13 stadium shows. The band previously announced a January and February 2017 tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Guns N' Roses 2017 "Not in This Lifetime" tour

Europe

5/27 -- Dublin, Ireland -- Slane Castle
5/30 -- Bilbao, Spain -- San Mames Stadium
6/2 -- Lisbon, Portugal -- Passeio Martimo De Alges
6/4 -- Madrid, Spain -- Vincente Calderon Stadium
6/7 -- Zurich, Switzerland -- Letzigrund
6/10 -- Imola, Italy -- Greenfield
6/13 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympiastadion
6/16 -- London, United Kingdom -- London Stadium
6/20 -- Gdansk, Poland -- Stadion Energy Gdansk
6/22 -- Hannover, Germany -- Messe
6/24 -- Werchter, Belgium -- Classic
6/27 -- Copenhagen, Denmark -- Telia Parken
6/29 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Friends Arena
7/1 -- Hämeenlinna, Finland -- Kantolan tapahtumapuisto
7/4 -- Prague, Czech Republic -- Letnany Airport
7/7 -- Paris, France -- Stade de France
7/10 -- Vienna, Austria -- Ernst Happel Stadion
7/12 -- Nijmegen, Holland -- Goffert Park
7/15 -- Tel Aviv, Israel -- Hayarkon Park

North America

7/27 -- St. Louis, Mo. -- The Dome At America’s Center
7/30 -- Minneapolis, Minn. --- U.S. Bank Stadium
8/2 -- Denver, Colo. --- Sports Authority Field at Mile High
8/8 -- Miami, Fla. -- Miami Marlins Stadium
8/11 -- Winston-Salem, N.C. -- BB&T Field at Wake Forest University
8/13 -- Hershey, Pa. -- Hersheypark Stadium
8/16 -- Buffalo, N.Y. -- New Era Field
8/19 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Parc Jean Drapeau
8/21 -- Ottawa, Ontario -- TD Place Stadium
8/24 -- Winnipeg, Manitoba -- Investors Group Field
8/27 -- Regina, Saskatchewan -- New Mosaic Stadium at Evraz Place
8/30 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- Commonwealth Stadium
9/1 -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- BC Place Stadium
9/3 -- George, Wash. -- The Gorge
9/6 -- El Paso, Texas --- Sun Bowl Stadium
9/8 -- San Antonio, Texas --- Alamodome

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