MÖTLEY CRÜE have collectively agreed to rip up the “cessation of touring” contract that they signed back in 2014 preventing any of them from performing under the band’s name in the future.
Almost 6 years after signing a “cessation of touring” agreement, the MÖTLEY CRÜE contract is off the table because a whole new generation of Crüeheads are relentlessly demanding for the band to come back together,” band said in a statement. “Following the huge success of their Netflix biopic The Dirt, MÖTLEY CRÜE has seen a massive surge in new audience. And the band best known for breaking the rules has destroyed their cessation of touring contract in true MÖTLEY CRÜE fashion, by literally blowing it up.
After 35 years together on stage, and 30 years since the release of “Dr. Feelgood”, the members of MÖTLEY CRÜE parted ways without speaking to each other after their final show on December 31, 2015. Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee didn’t come together again until 2018 to participate in the making of The Dirt movie, which unexpectedly brought them closer together again including seeing them head back into the recording studio after having gone in their own directions for several years. The fuse was lit.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, December 13 at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com. Check local listings for details. Citi is the official presale credit card for the tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase presale tickets beginning Tuesday, December 10 at 10 a.m. local time until Thursday, December 12 at 10 p.m. local time through Citi EntertainmentSM.
Check out the tour dates below:
Tuesday, July 7 – Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
Thursday, July 9 – Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
Saturday, July 11 – Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium
Tuesday, July 14 – Arlington, TX – Globe Life Field
Wednesday, July 15 – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
Sunday, July 19 – San Francisco, CA – Oracle Park
Thursday, July 23 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park
Saturday, July 25 – Phoenix, AZ – State Farm Stadium
Sunday, August 9 – Atlanta, GA – SunTrust Park
Tuesday, August 11 – Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
Thursday, August 13 – Buffalo, NY – New Era Field
Saturday, August 15 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
Sunday, August 16 – Pittsburgh, PA – PNC Park
Tuesday, August 18 – Milwaukee, WI – Miller Park
Thursday, August 20 – Detroit, MI – Comerica Park
Saturday, August 22 – Washington DC – Nationals Park
Sunday, August 23 – Flushing, NY – Citi Field
Tuesday, August 25 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park*
Friday, August 28 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
Sunday, August 30 – Denver, CO – Coors Field
Wednesday, September 2 – Seattle, WA – T-Mobile Park
Saturday, September 5 – Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium