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Alice In Chains To Join Guns N’ Roses For Launch of “Not In This Lifetime” Tour


ALICE IN CHAINS are joining Guns N’ Roses for select dates on the latter’s “Not In This Lifetime Tour.” The mega-platinum-selling Alice In Chains will perform on the tour’s opening night, Thursday, June 23 at Ford Field in Detroit and continue through the tour’s second Chicago date at Soldier Field on July 3. Lenny Kravitz will then join the tour from Tuesday, July 19 starting at the first Boston, Massachusetts date at Foxboro Stadium and perform through the tour’s second date at East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, July 24.

Three days later, Alice In Chains (vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell, vocalist/guitarist William DuVall, drummer Sean Kinney and bassist Mike Inez) will kick off their North American headlining tour with a July 6th show at Schnitzer Hall in Portland. Go to for ticket information.

Alice In Chains’ most recent release was the Grammy nominated album The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, which entered Billboard’s Top 200 at No. 2 and debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Albums Chart. Rolling Stone gave the record three stars, as did USA Today, who praised it as an album of “undeniable power.” Spin called it “an assured, diverse, heated record with galvanized hooks,” Pitchfork said it’s “as insistent as [landmark album] Dirt,” and theSeattle Times wrote, “Jerry Cantrell, William DuVall, Mike Inez and Sean Kinney continue to defy expectations” and that “Alice In Chains is better than ever.”

Over the course of their remarkable career, ALICE IN CHAINS has garnered multiple Grammy nominations, sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and amassed a diehard international fanbase whose members number in the millions. They remain one of the most successful and influential American rock bands of all time.

Don’t miss your chance to catch them live. Dates are as follows:

Guns N’ Roses 2016 Tour Dates
6/23 – Detroit, MI: Ford Field
6/26 – Washington, DC: Fedex Field
6/29 – Kansas City, MO: Arrowhead Stadium
7/01 – Chicago, IL: Soldier Field
7/03 — Chicago, IL: Soldier Field
7/06 – Cincinnati, OH: Paul Brown Stadium
7/09 – Nashville, TN: Nissan Stadium
7/12 – Pittsburgh, PA: Heinz Field
7/14 – Philadelphia, PA: Lincoln Financial Field
7/16 – Toronto, ON: Rogers Centre
7/19 – Foxboro, MA: Gilette Stadium
7/20 — Foxboro, MA: Gilette Stadium
7/23 – East Rutherford, NJ: MetLife Stadium
7/24 — East Rutherford, NJ: MetLife Stadium
7/27 – Atlanta, GA: Georgia Dome
7/29 – Orlando, FL: Orlando Citrus Bowl
7/31 – New Orleans, LA: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
8/03 – Arlington, TX: AT&T Stadium
8/05 – Houston, TX: NRG Stadium
8/09 – San Francisco, CA: AT&T Park
8/12 – Seattle, WA: CenturyLink Field
8/15 – Glendale, AZ: University of Phoenix Stadium
8/18 — Los Angeles, CA: Dodger Stadium
8/22 – San Diego, CA: Qualcomm Stadium