You won’t have to worry about “November Rain” when Guns N’ Roses come to Kansas City for an outdoor show later this year.
The band, who are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, have announced they will play a concert at Kauffman Stadium on September 23. The Royals will play the second of a three weekend series in Houston that weekend.
Guns N’ Roses rose to fame in the late 1980s with a string of hits including “Sweet Child O Mine” and “Paradise City” from the “Appetite for Destruction” album.
The band is planning a tour that will start in Tel Aviv in June, then go to Europe before arriving in North America.
Tickets for the show at Kauffman Stadium go on sale Friday at 10am. A pre-sale will begin Wednesday for people who join the band’s Nightrain fan club.
There will be field seating at Kauffman Stadium and in the stadium. The Royals have announced that parking will be $30, but oversized vehicles will be $45 and RV/bus parking will be $60. Parking must be purchased in advance.
This is the second year in a row that a concert will be held at Kauffman Stadium. Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Joan Jett and Blackhearts and Poison played the stadium last July.
Guns N’ Roses played the Truman Sports Complex at Arrowhead Stadium in 2016.