Guns N’ Roses have confirmed a huge one-off show in the capital next summer.
As part of their sprawling Not In This Lifetime Tour, the Los Angeles rock legends will play London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Friday 16th June.
It will be the first Guns N’ Roses show on British soil to feature classic members Slash and Duff McKagan alongside Axl Rose since they played two nights at Milton Keynes National Bowl in May 1993.
Tickets go on sale from Planet Rock Tickets at 10am on Friday 9th December.
The London Stadium date is part of a much larger European tour that opens at Ireland’s Slane Castle on Saturday 27th May and takes in shows in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the Czech Republic, France, Austria, Holland and Israel.
Already highly successful, the Not In This Lifetime tour sold over 2million tickets throughout North and South America making it the most successful rock tour of 2016.
In September it was revealed that Guns N’ Roses raked in a phenomenal $116.8million (£88million) on the North American leg alone.
Alongside their European shows in 2017, the band will also play a fresh series of US and Candian gigs in July, August and September.