Motley Crue have announced the last leg of their ‘Final Tour’ or as we like to call it “The Tour That Just Won’t End”. The band has chosen to play 34 additional North American dates in 2015, which includes a few more dates in the Northwest, in honor of the 34 years they’ve been a band. Among the dates will be the band’s last ever show on Dec. 31 of 2015 in their hometown of Los Angeles at the Staples Center.
As a thank you to fans, they’re also giving away their greatest hits album for free, through Jan. 27 on Google Play. Click HERE to download the best-selling compilation album.
Their 2015 North American dates will start on July 22 in Eugene, Ore., and the band will play in cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans and more on their three month trek. Alice Cooper will be the band’s very special guest on their dates through the end of August. See the dates below.
Before they head back to play North America again, Motley Crue will play in Japan in February, and Australia and New Zealand in the spring. They’ll say their last goodbye to Europe with three festival dates, the U.K’s Download festival, Sweden Rock in Sweden, and Novarock in Austria. During the gap of dates between September and December, the band will play some additional international dates.
The band appeared on ‘Fox & Friends’ this morning to announce the news. “We wanted to go out as the same four guys who went in, with the same spirit,” said Nikki Sixx. “We talked about this: ‘How can we have a blast doing it?’ It’s been great. It’s been fantastic.”
The public ticket sale starts this Friday at 10AM local time, with the exception of several dates, including their final New Year’s Eve performance, which will go on sale Saturday. Head here to get more information on tickets and VIP packages.
In addition to announcing the final tour dates, Motley Crue also have unveiled the video for their new single ‘All Bad Things.’ Check it out below the tour itinerary.
Motley Crue’s North American ‘Final Tour’ Dates:
7/22/15 — Eugene, Ore. — Matthew Knight Arena
7/24/15 — Tacoma, Wash. — Tacoma Dome
7/26/15 — Billings, Mont. Rimrock — Auto Arena at MetraPark
7/28/15 — Boise, Idaho — Taco Bell Arena
7/29/15 — Salt Lake City, Utah — EnergySolutions Arena
7/31/15 — Denver, Colo. — Pepsi Center
8/3/15 — Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada — MTS Centre
8/5/15 — St. Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center
8/7/15 — Milwaukee, Wis. — BMO Harris Bradley Center
8/8/15 — Chicago, Ill. — Allstate Arena
8/9/15 — Detroit, Mich. — The Palace of Auburn Hills
8/11/15 — Hershey, Pa. — Giant Center
8/12/15 — New York, N.Y. — Barclays Center
8/14/15 — Philadelphia, Pa. — Wells Fargo Center
8/15/15 — Worcester, Mass. — DCU Center
8/16/15 — Uncasville, Ct. — Mohegan Sun Arena
8/18/15 — Cleveland, Ohio — Quicken Loans Arena
8/19/15 — Cincinnati, Ohio — U.S. Bank Arena
8/20/15 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Bankers Life Fieldhouse
8/22/15 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada — Air Canada Centre
8/23/15 — Ottawa, Ontario, Canada — Canadian Tire Centre
8/24/15 — Montreal, Quebec, Canada — Bell Centre
8/26/15 — Baltimore, Md. — Royal Farms Arena
8/28/15 — Raleigh, N.C. — PNC Arena
8/29/15 — Charlotte, N.C. — Time Warner Cable Arena
8/30/15 — Atlanta, Ga. — Philips Arena
* 9/2/15 — Miami, Fla. — American Airlines Arena
9/4/15 — New Orleans, La. — Smoothie King Center
* 9/5/15 — Houston, Texas — Toyota Center
* 9/6/15 — San Antonio, Texas — Alamodome
* 9/8/15 — Monterrey, Newfoundland and Lavrador, Canada — Arena Monterrey
* 9/10/15 — Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico — Arena Ciudad de Mexico
* tba — Las Vegas, Nev. — tba
*12/31/15 — Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center
(with special guest Alice Cooper except dates marked with *)