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Though Guns N’ Roses recently revealed that Alice in Chains and Lenny Kravitz would open select dates on their forthcoming Not in This Lifetime tour, they had still yet to reveal who would open the vast majority of their stadium dates this coming summer.
Today, the band revealed a slew of different openers for different dates on the tour, coming from an eclectic variety of genres.
For instance, country superstar Chris Stapleton will open the band’s July 9 show at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, while EDM icon Skrillex will open the band’s August 5 show at the NRG Park in Houston.
In addition, Canadian rocker Billy Talent will open proceedings at the band’s July 16 date at Toronto’s Rogers Centre, while The Cult will open four shows during the tour’s Southern swing from July 27 to August 3.
You can see the full lineup of tour dates (with openers) below.
06/23 Detroit, Ford Field (feat. Alice In Chains)
06/26 Washington, D.C., Fedex Field (feat. Alice In Chains)
06/29 Kansas City, MO, Arrowhead Stadium (feat. Alice In Chains)
07/01 Chicago, Soldier Field (feat. Alice In Chains)
07/03 Chicago, Soldier Field (feat. Alice In Chains)
07/06 Cincinnati, Paul Brown Stadium
07/09 Nashville, Nissan Stadium (feat. Chris Stapleton)
07/12 Pittsburgh, Heinz Field
07/14 Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field
07/16 Toronto, Rogers Centre (feat. Billy Talent)
07/19 Foxborough, MA, Gilette Stadium (feat. Lenny Kravitz)
07/20 Foxborough, MA, Gilette Stadium (feat. Lenny Kravitz)
07/23 East Rutherford, N.J, MetLife Stadium (feat. Lenny Kravitz)
07/24 East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium (feat. Lenny Kravitz)
07/27 Atlanta, Georgia Dome (feat. The Cult)
07/29 Orlando, Orlando Citrus Bowl (feat. The Cult)
07/31 New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome (feat. The Cult)
08/03 Arlington, Texas, AT&T Stadium (feat. The Cult)
08/05 Houston, NRG Park (feat. Skrillex)
08/09 San Francisco, AT&T Park
08/12 Seattle, CenturyLink Field
08/15 Glendale, AZ, University of Phoenix Stadium
08/18 Los Angeles,Dodger Stadium
08/22 San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium