Going to see Guns N' Roses usually means filing into some soulless concrete hockey arena and waiting around with thousands of other people to watch Axl and company rock out on giant video screens. That won't be the case next month, however, as the band embarks on an intimate six-date club tour.

As Ultimate Classic Rock reports, GNR will kick off the run with three New York City shows, then head to Chicago; Silver Springs, Md.; and finally Atlantic City, N.J.

The last of the NYC gigs will take place at Webster Hall, where the rockers filmed a concert for MTV back in 1988. In those days, the place was called The Ritz, and to commemorate the group's momentous return to clubland, the venue will temporarily go back to using the old tag.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Jan. 31), according to Blabbermouth.net, so super fans best be at their computers at 10AM EST. Should the logjam of ticket seekers prove frustrating, let us all think back on some good advice: "All we need is just a little patience."

Feb. 10 - New York, N.Y. @ Roseland Ballroom

Feb. 12 - New York, N.Y. @ Terminal 5

Feb. 15 - New York, N.Y. @ The Ritz (Webster Hall)

Feb. 19 - Chicago, Ill. @ House of Blues

Feb. 23 - Silver Springs, Md. @ The Fillmore

Feb. 24 - Atlantic City, N.J. @ House of Blues

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