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Ticket Prices for Guns N’ Roses Summer 2020 Stadium Tour Revealed

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Summer 2020 is shaping up to be a crazy one for fans of rock and metal, with a number of high-profile artists at the top of the genre embarking on massive North American tours. Earlier this week, Guns N’ Roses announced a stadium tour of their own, joining a crowded field that already includes Mötley Crue / Def Leppard / Poison and Rammstein, which begs the question: how are fans going to afford going to all of these awesome shows? Some tough decisions will need to be made.

To help you all make those choices, we’ve been publishing guides detailing what fans can expect to pay for tickets to the above-mentioned tours (click the links in the previous paragraph). And with Guns N’ Roses tickets going on sale to the general public today, we figured we’d do the same, using information from pre-sales (which began earlier this week) and current prices on the secondary market to gauge what the market looks like.

Surprisingly, tickets at resellers like StubHub are actually cheaper than those on Ticketmaster for a number of dates. The least expensive seats we could find for the New York City date (East Rutherford, NJ) on Ticketmaster start at $69.50 for nosebleeds and go all the way up to $1,500 for the floor and $1,000 for the GA pit, while on StubHub there are tons of seats available for $65 in the upper deck and less than $300 for the floor, which not only strikes us as completely reasonable, but borderline inexpensive by today’s standards.

Tickets for other dates seem to be more readily available, with cheap seats starting around the $70 range and going up from there depending on the kind of seats you’re looking for.

Have a look below at the prices we’re seeing as of press time and let us know in the comments how your efforts to score tickets go.

July 4 — Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest – $108 and up [tickets]
July 8 — Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park – $85 and up [tickets]
July 11 — Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park – $67 and up [tickets]
July 13 — Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre – $124 CAD and up [tickets]
July 16 — Washington, DC @ Nationals Park – $62 and up [tickets]
July 18 — East Rutherford, NJ @ Metlife Stadium – $65 and up [tickets]
July 21 — Boston, MA @ Fenway Park – $81 and up [tickets]
July 24 — Minneapolis, MN @ Target Field – $76 and up [tickets]
July 26 — Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field – $78 and up [tickets]
July 29 — Denver, CO @ Dick’s Sporting Good Park – $82 and up [tickets]
Aug. 2 — Seattle, WA T-Mobile Park – $77 and up [tickets]
Aug. 5 — San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park – $76 and up [tickets]
Aug. 8 — Los Angeles, CA @ Sofi Stadium – $71 and up [tickets]
Aug. 12 — Atlanta, GA @ Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field – $68 and up [tickets]
Aug. 15 — Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium – $78 and up [tickets]
Aug. 18 — Arlington, TX @ Globe Life Field – $67 and up [tickets]
Aug. 21 — Indianapolis @ Lucas Oil Stadium – $70 and up [tickets]
Aug. 23 — Fargo, ND @ FargoDome – $80 and up [tickets]
Aug. 26 — Missoula, MT @ Grizzly Stadium – $85 and up [tickets]

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