Mötley Crüe have added 21 new shows to their already-massive Final Tour. The new North American dates run from October 5 – December 27. On December 31, Mötley Crüe will return home to Los Angeles for the last show of The Final Tour. The band’s career began in Los Angeles 34 years ago. Last year, the first leg of The Final Tour saw the band perform in 72 cities and earn over $45 million. This year, the band are set to tour the world with stops in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. This summer, the band will co-headline some of the world’s biggest festivals including Download Festival (UK), Nova Rock (Austria), and Sweden Rock Festival (Sweden).

Motley Crue tour banner

October 5 – Hidalgo, TX @ State Farm Arena
October 7 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
October 8 – Little Rock, AR @ Verizon Arena
October 10 – Evansville, IN @ The Ford Center
October 11 – Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
October 13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
October 14 – Buffalo, NY @ First Niagra Center
October 16 – Bridgeport, CT @ Webster Bank Arena
October 17 – Manchester, NH @ Verizon Wireless Arena
October 18 – Bangor, ME @ Cross Insurance Center
December 4 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
December 7 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Premier Center
December 8 – Grand Forks, ND @ Alerus Center
December 10 – Saskatoon, SA @ SaskTel Centre
December 12 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
December 13 – Calgary, AB @ ScotiaBank Saddledome
December 15 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
December 19 – Phoenix, AZ @ U.S. Airways Center
December 20 – San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena
December 22 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
December 27 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Arena


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