Guns N’ Roses fans, get ready to head back down to “Paradise City.” The band is back with original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan and set to embark on a reunion tour this spring and summer. Their “Not in This Lifetime” tour will run from Friday through Aug. 22 and will give listeners the chance to hear the key original members play live together for the first time since the 1990s.

News broke in January that Slash and McKagan were coming back to play with the band at the 2016 Coachella Festival. It was later revealed Guns N' Roses would take their reunion on the road and teased the cities in an announcement on Twitter on April 1.

The band played their first reunion gig at a surprise show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California, last Friday. They rolled through some of their biggest hits like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” and “Paradise City.” The lucky few who got to attend got a preview of what’s to come this summer.

Watch a video from their surprise performance on April 1 below:

Before you head out to the tour, here’s all the information you need to know when purchasing your tickets:

How to Get Tickets: Public tickets go on sale Friday morning at 10 a.m. local time. You can purchase tickets now if you want to become a member of the “Nightrain” fan club on their website, where you can get early access to tickets, merchandise and access to fan forums. A regular membership costs $45, and there is an $85 premium level.

Prices: Prices vary depending on the date and location of seats, according to Ticketmaster. For example, at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, tickets range from $50 to $250, while at Soldier Field in Chicago they range from $44.50 to $250.

Concert Dates and Locations: The “Not in This Lifetime” tour kicks off with a few dates in April, including two nights in Las Vegas and two stops at Coachella. The main leg of the tour begins on June 23 in Detroit and runs until Aug. 22 in San Diego. Each show will take place at a football or baseball stadium across the U.S., plus a stop in Toronto, Canada. The opening bands have not yet been announced, but you can see a list of all tour dates below:

  • April 8: Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena
  • April 9: Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena
  • April 16: Indio, California, at Coachella Valley Music and Artist Festival
  • April 19: Mexico City at Foro Sol
  • April 20: Mexico City at Foro Sol
  • April 23: Indio, California, at Coachella Valley Music and Artist Festival
  • June 23: Detroit at Ford Field
  • June 26: Washington, D.C., at FedEx Field
  • June 29: Kansas City, Missouri, at Arrowhead Stadium
  • July 1: Chicago at Soldier Field
  • July 6: Cincinnati at Paul Brown Stadium
  • July 9: Nashville at Nissan Stadium
  • July 12: Pittsburgh at Heinz Field
  • July 14: Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field
  • July 16: Toronto at the Rogers Centre
  • July 19: Foxboro, Massachusetts, at Gillette Stadium
  • July 23: East Rutherford, New Jersey, at Metlife Stadium
  • July 27: Atlanta at the Georgia Dome
  • July 29: Orlando, Florida, at Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium
  • July 31: New Orleans at Mercedes-Benz Superdome
  • Aug. 3: Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium
  • Aug. 5: Houston at NRG Stadium
  • Aug. 9: San Francisco at AT&T Park
  • Aug. 12: Seattle at Centurylink Field
  • Aug. 15: Glendale, Arizona, at University of Phoenix Stadium
  • Aug. 22: San Diego at Qualcomm Stadium