After their unlikely return this year, Guns N’ Roses already have their sights set on 2017. The classic rock n’ rollers have been teasing a major tour announcement for next year, and made good on that promise this morning with 35 fresh tour dates.The tour spans from May 27th through September 8th, with a long stretch through Europe followed by another stretch in North America. The band will be mostly hitting cities that they missed in 2016, including a number of shows in Canada.Check out the full schedule below, and head to their website for ticketing information.Guns N’ Roses Tour DatesEuropeMay 27 – Dublin, Ireland, Slane CastleMay 30 – Bilbao, Spain, San Mames StadiumJun. 02 – Lisbon, Portugal, Passeio Martimo De AlgesJun. 04 – Madrid, Spain, Vincente Calderon StadiumJun. 07 – Zurich, Switzerland, LetzigrundJun. 10 – Imola, Italy, GreenfieldJun. 13 – Munich, Germany, OlympiastadionJun. 16 – London, United Kingdom, London StadiumJun. 20 – Gdansk, Poland, Stadion Energy GdanskJun. 22 – Hannover, Germany, MesseJun. 24 – Werchter, Belgium, ClassicJun. 27 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Telia ParkenJun. 29 – Stockholm, Sweden, Friends ArenaJul. 01 – Hämeenlinna, Finland, Kantolan tapahtumapuistoJul. 04 – Prague, Czech Republic, Letnany AirportJul. 07 – Paris, France, Stade de FranceJul. 10 – Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel StadionJul. 12 – Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Goffert ParkJul. 15 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Hayarkon ParkNorth AmericaJul. 27 – St. Louis, MO, The Dome At America’s CenterJul. 30 – Minneapolis, MN, U.S. Bank StadiumAug. 02 – Denver, CO, Sports Authority Field at Mile HighAug. 08 – Miami, FL, Miami Marlins StadiumAug. 11 – Winston-Salem, NC, BB&T Field at Wake Forest UniversityAug. 13 – Hershey, PA, Hersheypark StadiumAug. 16 – Buffalo, NY, New Era FieldAug. 19 – Montreal, QC, Parc Jean DrapeauAug. 21 – Ottawa, ON, TD Place StadiumAug. 24 – Winnipeg, MB, Investors Group FieldAug. 27 – Regina, SK, New Mosaic Stadium at Evraz PlaceAug. 30 – Edmonton, AB, Commonwealth StadiumSep. 01 – Vancouver, BC, BC Place StadiumSep. 03 – George, WA, The GorgeSep. 06 – El Paso, TX, Sun Bowl StadiumSep. 08 – San Antonio, TX, Alamodome read more

first_imgBelgium defender Nicolas Lombaerts insists a failed medical was not behind the collapse of his proposed move to Sunderland. Lombaerts told “I’ve made the choice not to move to Sunderland. The story of the medical testing is not right.” Sunderland, as is their policy on transfers, have not commented on the situation, although sources close to the club have confirmed the breakdown in talks. Meanwhile, the Black Cats are hopeful of concluding an £8million swoop for Dynamo Kiev’s Holland international midfielder Jeremain Lens after he headed for Wearside on Wednesday. Lens, who watched his club’s 2-0 Ukrainian Super Cup defeat by Shakhtar Donetsk in Odessa on Tuesday evening, tweeted a photograph of himself about to board a plane on Wednesday morning. The Zenit St Petersburg player is understood to have been on Wearside on Tuesday, and rumours later began to circulate that the deal had been shelved because of an issue picked up by medics. However, the 30-year-old is adamant that it was his decision to pull the plug on a £5million transfer. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more