Guns N' Roses Releases Cities for 2016 Tour — and Phoenix is One of Them

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It didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that Guns N' Roses' much-anticipated reunion at Coachella 2016 wouldn't be the last time the legendary rock group played together this year.

After all, if there's any truth to the $3 million per show payout that GN'R was seeking, why wouldn't the band members put aside their differences? You can smooth over a lot of drama with that kind of money. 

Today, the long-rumored post-Coachella tour took a step closer to reality. The band released a list of cities that it would visit this year, and Phoenix is one of them. Dates and locations haven't been released, however.

I guess all we need is just a little patience.

We'll update when we hear more. 

Here's the full list of cities:

Atlanta, Georgia
Boston, Massachusettes
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Dallas, Texas
Detroit, Michigan
Houston, Texas
Kansas City, Missouri
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, New York
Orlando, Florida
Philadelphia, Pennslyvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
Seattle, Washington
St Louis, Missouri
Toronto, Ontario
Washington, D.C.

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