Guns n' Roses Bringing "Chinese Democracy" Tour to Canada

October 19, 2009 12:26 PM ET

Guns n' Roses have revealed plans to bring Chinese Democracy to North America... with a tour of Canada. Last week, various Canadian Websites including GEG.ca teased a huge announcement concerning Gn'R touring the Great White North. Today, a 13-date Canadian trek that starts January 13th in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and stretches across our neighbor to the North until February 4th in Halifax, Nova Scotia, was posted on Brave Words. Rolling Stone has received an official press release that proclaims the dates are part of "Guns n' Roses Chinese Democracy World Tour" and can now confirm the dates are official.

Some of the dates are posted on Live Nation's Website and others appear on Ticketmaster.ca's site. The earliest presale begins October 21st. General admission floor seats and reserved seats in the stands are available; prices range from $49.50 to $89.50 Canadian before service charges.

As Rolling Stone previously reported, Rose and company appear to be plotting a tour of Southeast Asia starting December 11th in Taiwan. According to Brave Words, more dates for the Gn'R world tour are expected, and the band is set to begin rehearsing in Los Angeles soon.

Guns n' Roses early days: photos from Reckless Road.

Guns n' Roses Canadian tour dates

Jan. 13 - Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
Jan. 16 - Calgary, AB @ Pengrowth Saddledome
Jan. 17 - Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
Jan. 19 - Saskatoon, SK @ Credit Union Centre
Jan. 20 - Regina, SK @ Brandt Centre
Jan. 24 - Hamilton, ON @ Copps Coliseum
Jan. 25 - London, ON @ John Labatt Centre
Jan. 27 - Montreal, PQ @ Bell Centre
Jan. 28 - Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
Jan. 31 - Ottawa, ON @ Scotiabank Place
Feb. 1 - Quebec City, PQ @ Colisee Pepsi
Feb. 3 - Moncton, NB @ Moncton Coliseum
Feb. 4 - Halifax, NS @ Metro Centre

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