Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is hitting the road this month, embarking on a series of North American tour dates that will keep him busy throughout the summer and beyond.

Adler's trek kicks off on June 8 in Fargo, North Dakota. He's currently got dates announced through early August, with more shows to be added later. You can see the full list of currently announced dates below.

"Playing live for the fans is when I'm happiest," Adler told Life and Times. "We're going to bring the music to every city we can this summer."

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Adler will be joined on the road this summer by lead guitarist Michael Thomas, rhythm guitarist Alistair James, bassist Christian Sturba and singer Ari Kamin. They'll perform the hits from Adler's brief but momentous tenure with GN'R, which included their first two albums, 1987's Appetite for Destruction and 1988's GN'R Lies.

Adler was booted from the band in 1990 due to his worsening drug addiction, though he did play on the Use Your Illusion II track "Civil War," released the following year. Following his dismissal, he played briefly in Bulletboys and later formed his own bands, Adler's Appetite and Adler. The drummer performed with his old bandmates at Guns N' Roses' 2012 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction and made a few guest appearances during their reunion tour in 2016.

Steven Adler 2024 Tour Dates (More to Be Announced)
June 8 - Fargo, ND @ Happy Harry's RibFest
June 22 - Umatilla, OR @ Umatilla Landing Days
June 28 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
June 29 - Dundalk, MD @ Dundalk Heritage Fair
June 30 - Hopeville, VA @ The Beacon Theatre
July 12 - Pickerington, OH @ Picktown Palooza 2024
July 13 - Marietta, OH @ Adelphia Summer Concert Series
July 19 - Toledo, OH @ '80s Rock Invasion Live at Promenade Pavilion
Aug. 2 - Jefferson City, MO @ Jefferson City Jaycees Fair

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