It’s official!  Guns N’ Roses will embark on their first U-S tour in five years.  The trek kicks off on October 28th in Orlando and includes 30 stops in cities across the country with a couple of dates scheduled here in Texas.

Guns N' Roses have announced more cities for their upcoming U.S. tour. Only seven of the 21 shows have announced venues and dates at this point, but they appear to have at least put the shows in order – so it's not that hard to figure out roughly when they're coming to town. The U.S. tour kicks off October 28th in Orlando, Florida and ends up in Denver (probably sometime in mid-December), though a press release promises that more "dates, cites and venue information" will be announced soon. If these Guns N' Roses gigs are anything like their shows throughout the past decade, expect lots of songs from Appetite For Destruction and Chinese Democracy and relatively few from the Use Your Illusion albums. Also, expect the band to take the stage comically late with no one onstage named Slash, Duff or Izzy. You will get a Bumblefoot, a Dizzy and a former member of the Replacements, though.

via Guns N' Roses Announce More Cities for U.S. Tour | Music News | Rolling Stone.

They have been confirmed to play in Dallas on November 5th at The Gexa Energy Pavillion, and while there is no date or venue confirmed for their Houston show yet, they play in Atlanta on November 2nd, so I would look for them to be in Houston sometime right after the 1st of November.