Guns N Roses Wrap Up Not In This Lifetime Tour With 2 Vegas Shows

Guns N' Roses kicked off their Not In This Lifetime Tour on April 1, 2016 and marked the first time classic lineup members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan hit the stage together since the Use Your Illusion Tour in 1993. Over three years later and the Not In This Lifetime Tour has officially wrapped with 173 shows in the books, 11 legs of the tour reached North America, South America, Oceania, Asia, Europe and Africa!
The final leg of the tour kicked off on September 21, 2019 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California, also doubling as their first show of 2019 as the last date of the previous leg of the tour took place on December 8, 2018 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The last leg of the Not In This Lifetime Tour included support from Shooter Jennings, Bishop Gunn, Blackberry Smoke, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown and Dirty Honey on select dates.
The final dates of the Not In This Lifetime Tour found the guys in Sin City with back to back shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The last show brought out the stars as Aquaman Jason Momoa hung out with the guys backstage and superstar singer Carrie Underwood rocked out to Guns N' Roses the night after wrapping up her own Cry Pretty 360 Tour.
What songs did Guns N' Roses play during the final two nights? Let's look at the setlist.fm data and compare the setlists from the final two shows! The main setlist from both shows is exactly the same, however, the encore setlist is different with the November 1 show including the songs "Don't Cry" and a cover of Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" while the November 2 show included "Patience" and "Madagascar." Both encores closed with a cover of The Who's "Sunseeker" and the signature GNR hit, "Paradise City."

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Take a look at the setlists from the final two nights below.
Guns N' Roses - Not In This Lifetime Tour - November 1, 2019 - setlist
Guns N' Roses - Not In This Lifetime Tour - November 2, 2019 - setlist
During Friday's show at The Colosseum, Axl Rose took a fall on what is likely a slippery stage but the singer saves the performance like a pro and even throws a towel out to clean it up himself during the performance. That's pro-level musicianship right there!
We waited a long time for this lineup to hit the stage together and a tour lasting over three years proves that they wanted to give fans the dream come true, hats off to all involved on this spectacular tour!
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