Guns N' Roses has canceled its summer concert at Target Field, but plans to perform at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul in September.
The Minnesota Twins confirmed the July 16 concert has been canceled, noting refund information has been "communicated directly" with those who purchased tickets through the Twins and Ticketmaster.
This show was already a rescheduled date. It had initially been slated for July 2020, but was postponed until July 2021 due to COVID-19.
But Guns N' Roses fans who are eager to see them in concert don't have to wait long. The band is headed across the river for a Sept. 21 concert at Xcel Energy Center.
Nighttrain presale starts at noon Monday, with tickets going on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on June 4, according to the Guns N' Roses website.
Guns N' Roses on May 27 announced details of its rescheduled "We're F'N' Back!" tour and the addition of 14 new shows. The tour begins on July 31 in Pennsylvania and wraps up in Florida in October.