Guns N’ Roses have extended their Not in This Lifetime tour for another year, announcing a run of European dates that will take place next summer, according to guitarworld.com.
The dates—which begin in early June and extend through the end of July—will take the band across the continent, and include a headlining slot at the Download Festival.
The tour—which brought original members Slash and Duff McKagan back into the fold—has been a remarkable commercial success, even by the band’s lofty standards. According to Billboard, the band’s North American stadium tour this summer alone brought in $55 million. Before that leg of the tour had even begun, the Not in This Lifetime tour had already grossed a staggering $230 million.