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Motley Crue Tour News and Updates
1/14/16 - With the passing of musical icon David Bowie this past week, many artists have taken time to reflect on the “Ziggy Stardust” creator and his contributions to the craft. One voice sounding off is that of famed Motley Crue drummer Nikki Sixx, who released a statement calling Bowie both an inspiration and his personal hero. Sixx cited Bowie’s continual growth and evolution as an artist as the qualities he most admired, which no doubt influenced both the drummer and Motley Crue as an outfit. The Crue claims to have performed their final set on stage, but loyal fans know that it’s been tough for the band to stay away in the past.
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2015 The Final Tour "All Bad Things Must Come to an End
1/6/16 - Drummer Tommy Lee wanted his final performance with Motley Crue to be memorable, but he probably didn’t have getting stuck upside down at the top of the Staples Center in mind! During the band’s final tour, the road crew installed a roller coaster track that took Lee and his drum kit on a ride up, down and all around many of the concert venues. At Crue’s final performance in Los Angeles, the ride malfunctioned and he got stuck—upside down! Luckily, Lee was fine, and it made for a night that the band and the audience will never forget. Now that the tour is over, fans await the release of the film documenting the epic concert tour.
12/30/15 - Tonight is the night. Motley Crue will play the final show of their career at 7:00 PM at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. We can’t tell if he’s joking or not, but band member Nikki Sixx claims he is hoping to hold back tears during the final performance. Although it’s not a “hard rock” thing to do, we have to agree with Sixx. The Crue has had a long, arduous, and often dark road to get to where they are today, and it is indeed surreal that it will all come to an end tonight. You won’t want to miss this historic moment, so grab your tickets now! Prices start at $20.
12/25/15 - Things are coming to an end for Tommy Lee and the rest of famed rockers Motley Crue. There are just four shows left in their epic and final All Bad Things Must Come to an End Tour. If you will be in Las Vegas or Los Angeles from December 27 – 31, you simply can’t miss your chance to see these guys live. After the holidays, they will take the stage of MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV on December 27. Tickets are currently $35 and up. After that, they’ll be in Los Angeles to close out their last three shows of their career just as the year comes to an end.
12/16/15 - Many aspiring musicians long for the day when they are labeled a rock star, but bassist Nikki Stixx, has rejected that title, opting for the title ‘anti rock star’ instead. “I’ll be honest with you, I’m really quite boring,” said Sixx, adding that what truly makes him interesting is the fact that he always has his mind on his next project. In the future for Sixx and his bandmates are new projects, meaning that Motley Crue as we know it will be over once their tour ends on Dec. 31. Fans have a few more chances to see them together on stage before then, however, including a Sunday, Dec. 20 show at Viejas Arena in San Diego. Tickets start at $66.
12/9/15 - Playing for a 10th time in the Twin Cities, Motley Crue treated over 10,000 fans to another “final” performance in Minneapolis—not unlike their previous “last” TC show in St. Paul in August. Of course, loyal Crue listeners are never going to complain about having one more opportunity to see the legendary rockers live on the stage! Vince Neil and company are slated to continue touring the U.S. and Canada throughout the remainder of 2015, stopping over in Alberta for a pair of dates before heading south to Oregon. Don’t miss this rare chance to catch Motley Crue in person! Get your tickets today so you can say you experienced this one-of-a-kind band firsthand!
12/3/15 - After a successful stint overseas, Motley Crue is now back in the US to begin the next leg of their epic concert tour. Having been in Europe when the Paris attacks occurred in mid-November, the rockers offer an interesting perspective on the devastating events. Bassist Nikki Sixx in particular seemed to be affected by the attack at the Bataclan concert venue, where Eagles of Death Metal were performing to a full crowd. “I know that band; I know their crew. It could have happened to us,” Sixx remarked. Motley Crue starts of the North American set of shows this Friday, Dec. 4 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. A few tickets are still available starting at $27.
11/18/15 - If you were worried about missing drummer Tommy Lee when Motley Crue hits the road in a few short weeks, don’t be. Although the drummer experienced a bad bout of tendinitis while touring in Abu Dhabi, he says he’s back to ship shape and is ready to take the UAE by storm. Lee says wrist injuries like tendinitis and carpal tunnel are extremely common for drummers due to the repetitive and physical nature of the instrument. The Crue are currently on tour overseas and will return home to North America in just a couple of weeks. Don’t miss their first stateside show on December 4 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE.
11/11/15 - Tommy Lee and the rest of hard rockers Motley Crue sound more energized than ever, which makes it hard to believe that they’ve been making music and leaving their mark on the industry for over three decades. 34 years ago this week, in fact, is when it all started. The Crue released their debut album, Too Fast For Love, on November 10, 1981. The record consisted of just ten songs, each one more aggressive than the last. They were heralded as a “must-see” act in clubs and the case is no different today. Don’t miss the Crue live at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE on Friday, December 4. Tickets start at $38.
11/4/15 - November is finally here and that means that Motley Crue will kick off their “All Bad Things Must Come to an End” Tour in less than a month. While fans and band members alike are busy gearing up for the North American leg, the Crue are currently stationed in the U.K. performing the European leg of the tour. They went all out for Halloween, putting on an epic show at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, U.K. Alice Cooper was also on hand to open up the show, at one point offering to “guillotine” the Crue on their last night in order to hold them to their word of never performing again.
10/28/15 - While hard rock icons Motley Crue are busy gearing up for their December 4 kickoff show in Lincoln, NE, drummer Tommy Lee seems to have his sights set elsewhere. He told news outlets this week that he “can’t wait” to get to Abu Dhabi and introduce the rest of the Crue to the UAE. They will actually be performing overseas before they come to the U.S., with a stop scheduled in Abu Dhabi for November 20 at du Arena. While Lee has been to the country before to perform at Gulf Bike Week, the rest of the band has never been. Lee also plans to take his fiancée with him and visit Dubai after the show.
10/21/15 - Motley Crue may have their critics, but lead singer Vince Neil couldn’t care less. He recently opened up to a radio station in Connecticut saying that he had accomplished everything he ever wanted to do. The radio hosts prompted him by asking what was still on his bucket list, and the esteemed hard rocker just couldn’t think of anything. He also added that not much has changed for him as far as preparing for tours, but does admit that he’s become a little jaded by the road. When asked if he explores whichever city he’s currently touring, he usually says, “No, I’ve already seen it.” Motley Crue kicks off their farewell tour December 4.
10/12/15 - Rolling Stone magazine recently described the members of Motley Crue as “indestructible glam metal icons” in a recent article about their ongoing tour. The description seems apt, as their “Final Tour” features theatrics that much younger bands wouldn’t even dare attempt. At the end of the show, Tommy Lee rises 40 feet in the air, Mick Mars is raised on a 20-foot platform, and the other members fly over the entire crowd as the stage erupts in flames and explosions. This is truly a show you don’t want to miss, and, luckily, you don’t have to. We have tickets for their show this Friday, Oct. 16, in Bridgeport for $147 and up.
10/7/15 - There are very few things in life better than seeing an iconic band play their music right before your eyes. Motley Crue is one of the greatest head-banging bands of all time and they have teamed up with Alice Cooper to provide you with the ultimate tour of 2015. They are not only a great band to listen to on the radio, but they know how to rock your socks off in live performances. Catch them live when they hit the stage on October 11 in Lexington, KY at the Rupp Arena. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at $37 a seat. Get them today before it is too late.
9/30/15 - Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, and the rest of Motley Crue may have several decades of experience under their belts, but they certainly haven’t lost any of their hard rock edge. In fact, Young recently became upset in the middle of an interview to the point where he simply hung up the phone. The reporter had asked about the alleged feud between the band and Metallica, saying that their rivals had accused Young of lip-syncing. Young dismissed the idea as preposterous before becoming irritated and hanging up. He said defiantly before ending the conversation, “There is no lip-syncing in rock and roll. It just doesn’t happen.” You heard the man! Catch them next Monday at State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, TX.
9/23/15 - Most music fans are probably aware of the long-time (and mostly friendly) feud between Motley Crue and Metallica, and Tommy Lee added some fuel to that fire this week. He poked a little bit of fun at Lars Ulrich by posting a meme that stated “straight out of tempo” over an image of the drummer’s face. The joke was made in response to the “Straight out of Compton” memes that have been circulating lately. While many thought Lee’s joke was funny, he did face some backlash and clarified that it was not made in a mean-spirited way. Motley Crue continues their tour with Alice Cooper in just over a week in Hidalgo, Texas, at the State Farm Arena. Tickets are extremely limited, but if you act fast you can get yours today for $101 and up.
9/16/15 - Unfortunately for fans in Grand Rapids, MI, Tommy Lee and the rest of the rockers in Motley Crue have decided to cancel their farewell show at Van Andel Arena. The performance was originally scheduled to take place on Tuesday, October 13. Although the band released a brief statement to the press, they did not offer any information as to why they chose to cancel the show. Fans are particularly upset, because the band’s original show in Grand Rapids back in July of 2014 was riddled with massive delays and technical problems. If you’re in the area and still want to see the Crue perform live, you can catch them in nearby Toledo, OH on the same night they were scheduled to play in Grand Rapids.
9/9/15 - It seems that hard rockers Motley Crue haven’t lost their spitfire nature over the years. In fact, that nature became literal at a recent show when band member Nikki Sixx spit on a few fans who were taking a selfie at the show. The bassist also stole the spotlight at another point during the show, when flames and fireworks shot out of his guitar during the high energy hit, “Shout At The Devil.” You never know what you’ll get at the Crue’s farewell shows, but you’d better not miss a second of it because you’re taking a selfie. Motley Crue’s next performance is tonight at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City. They will resume touring in the U.S. in October starting in Hidalgo, TX.
8/31/15 - It may be hard to believe, but it’s been more than a quarter of a century since Motley Crue released their infamous album, Dr. Feelgood. The record was full of all of the gritty hard rock that fueled the late 1980s and ‘90s and left everyone wanting more. Part of the draw of the album was the collaboration with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, who sang in two of the track’s albums, “Sticky Sweet” and “Slice of Your Pie.” Have a hankering to hear some of the songs off this record performed live? Motley Crue is currently on tour with Alice Cooper, and is scheduled to perform on Friday, Sept. 4 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Purchase your tickets today for only $86 and up!
8/25/15 - Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, and the rest of Motley Crue are off and running on their All Bad Things Must Come To An End farewell tour. It seems that many fans and even the band may not be ready to say goodbye just yet, as the guys put on an incredible show in Baltimore on Wednesday night. At one point, Lee played an epic drum solo that sounded and looked like a literal roller coaster. The drummer and his drum set were suspended in the air as he nailed the solo while playing upside down, sending the audience bursting into cheers. Don’t miss the Crue’s next show this Friday, August 28 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC. They’ll be headlining alongside Alice Cooper and it all kicks off at 7 p.m.
8/20/15 - Motley Crue fans got a huge surprise when the band announced that they would tour one more time, but it was more than a pleasant one! The debut performance happened this week at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, and the critics say the band truly delivered. With Vince Neil’s unmistakable voice, which still sounds good even after the years of abuse it’s been through, along with other talented musicians by his side, the huge crowd was entertained for practically two hours. The fun continues this week as Motley Crue, who are headlining the tour along with Alice Cooper, will take the stage on Thursday in Indianapolis, Indiana at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Get your tickets for this historic show today! Prices start at just $21.
7/8/15 - Motley Crue fans have one more chance to see the famous band live on stage during their Final Tour before the band's ultimate show at the Staples Center on December 31. They have announced additional European tour dates in November for a final farewell to Europe. The band has also made it clear in no uncertain terms that this tour will be their final one. They have even said they are prepared to be "killed" so that there is no possibility of return. Many are speculating this may end up becoming a stage theatrical show starring their tour's special guest, Alice Cooper. Cooper and the band have made many joking references to it happening on New Year's Eve, citing different methods. Fans can buy tickets to see Cooper and Motley Crue, with prices starting at $119.
2014 The Final Tour
10/31/14 - Don't miss upcoming dates on the second leg of Motley Crue's Final Tour, including stops in Mississippi, Detroit, Wisconsin, Omaha, St. Paul, Spokane and more. Motley Crue tickets average $185 for remaining shows. Find Motley Crue concert tickets for less than $75 at Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Landers Center, I Wireless Center, Alliant Energy Coliseum and CenturyLink Center Omaha. There are 13 more Motley Crue tour dates before the group's finale on November 22nd.
2/25/14 – Motley Crue added a stop at Madison Square Garden Oct 28. It will be the heavy metal band’s final NYC show of The Final Tour (averaging $194). Nine shows have already sold out - including concerts in Clarkson, Toronto, Hollywood, Atlantic City, Uncasville, St. Paul, Fargo, and Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta but Razorgator has your Motley Crue tickets that others have trouble getting their hands on. So, grab your leather jacket and acid wash jeans and witness the iconic band on their farewell tour! Additional Motley Crue news hit the headlines this week when it was announced that drummer Tommy Lee was engaged to German Singer Sofia Toufa (SOFI).
To the dismay of music fans everywhere, heavy metal legends, Motley Crue have officially announced their impending break up—as their upcoming tour’s catch phrase succinctly puts it: “All Bad Things Must Come to an End.” Founded in 1981, the LA rockers have been together for over 30 years and sold over 80 million albums worldwide, the pinnacle of success being in the 1980s. Motley Crue’s last release in 2008 was titled “Saints of Los Angeles”—appropriately named, as the rockers have held immeasurable influence over music throughout their career. From crashing guitars and hard-hitting percussion, to each member’s bad-boy appearance and attitude, and of course, unforgettable performances, the men from Motley Crue (Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars) have changed the face of music forever.
Though all four members signed a “death pact” agreement set for 2015, the band simultaneously announced a farewell tour of massive proportions. Motley Crue will hit the road one last time (their 35th edition), joining Alice Cooper for four months and 72 dates in North America alone (more will be added overseas). “The Final Tour” will kickoff July 2 in Grand Rapids ($75 min.) and snake through Cincinnati, Des Moines, Tulsa, Phoenix, hitting the Hollywood Bowl July 16 ($54 min.), Birmingham, Tampa, Saratoga Springs, Nashville, Syracuse, Fargo and many more, before the Rodgers Arena finale in Vancouver, BC on November 21 ($48 min.). Motley Crue tickets are averaging $194, with the most expensive night running $413 on average for a seat at the Jones Beach Theater in New York.
Even though 2012’s tour with KISS was a major success, Alice Cooper says this tour presents a “match made in Armageddon" and will be the farewell tour to end all farewell tours. With rock n’ roll notoriously fading in the background against growing hip-hop and electric dance music genres, this may presumably be one of the biggest tours of the decade, and will officially be your last chance to see these authentic rockers in all their hair metal glory. Help bring the house down with Motley Crue tickets today and send the legends off right!