Motley Crue is on the move again. The band has announced their extensive reunion tour in 2021. These dates have been shared recently as the band was supposed to perform with Joan Jett, Def Leppard, Poison and the Blackhearts in June 2020 across United States. The trek was about to begin in 18 June but rescheduled on the first of June 2020 and were moved to 2021. This massive tour was expected to be on the list of highest-grossing tours of 2020. Unfortunately the dates have been changed due to corona virus menace. Covid-19 pandemic had created an impasse in normal course of life across the globe.
Motley Crue will bring three more bands with them in the United States Stadium tours. The fans will get to see the original band members in this tour since Motley Crue has torn up the cessation agreement. After a long time the original members will be touring together. To add more fun and excitement the band will be accompanied by Def Leppard, Poison & the Blackhearts.
All these four bands are looking forward to this Stadium Tours. They will be performing across America. The tour will kick off on 19 June 2021 at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. This 31-date tour will bring audiences a chance to enjoy their favorite bands across the U.S. The trek wraps up with a grand show at Petco Park in San Diego, California on 12 September 2021.
The four rock bands had addressed the audiences for the uncertainty of the concerts due to covid-19 pandemic. They said we have changed the dates as the safety and being healthy is our first priority. We wanted our audiences to enjoy the concerts with us without any concerns of being attacked corona virus. We are exploring every options to avoid covid-19.
The tickets are available now. Tickets will be honored this time and for the old tickets holder if they cannot attend the concert, a refund policy is there to solve the issue. For new tour dates and venues, please keep scrolling.
Motley Crue Tour 2021 Dates and Venues:
- Tuesday, July 7 – Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium
- Thursday, July 9 – Orlando, FL at Camping World Stadium
- Saturday, July 11 – Charlotte, NC at Bank of America Stadium
- Tuesday, July 14 – Arlington, TX at Globe Life Field
- Wednesday, July 15 – Houston, TX at Minute Maid Park
- Sunday, July 19 – San Francisco, CA at Oracle Park
- Thursday, July 23 – San Diego, CA at Petco Park
- Saturday, July 25 – Phoenix, AZ at State Farm Stadium
- Sunday, August 9 – Atlanta, GA at SunTrust Park
- Tuesday, August 11 – Hershey, PA atHersheypark Stadium
- Thursday, August 13 – Buffalo, NY atNew Era Field
- Saturday, August 15 – Philadelphia, PA atCitizens Bank Park
- Sunday, August 16 – Pittsburgh, PA at PNC Park
- Tuesday, August 18 – Milwaukee, WI atMiller Park
- Thursday, August 20 – Detroit, MI at Comerica Park
- Saturday, August 22 – Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park
- Sunday, August 23 – Flushing, NY at Citi Field
- Tuesday, August 25 – Boston, MA at Fenway Park
- Friday, August 28 – Chicago, IL at Wrigley Field
- Sunday, August 30 – Denver, CO at Coors Field
- Wednesday, September 2 – Seattle, WA at T-Mobile Park
- Saturday, September 5 – Los Angeles, CA at SoFi Stadium