Motley Crue Concert Schedule
Eighties hair metal wouldn't have been the same without Motley Crue. This American
heavy metal outfit has sold well over 80 million albums around the world, and they have been rocking out on stages in all
four corners of the globe since 1981. For over 30 years, Motley Crue's wild image and hedonistic lifestyle has been attracting
glam metal fans to their concerts, and now you have the incredible opportunity to see this heavy metal outfit live in concert!
Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, and Vince Neil are some of the most iconic rock stars in history, and now they are gearing
up for a jam-packed fall touring schedule, which means your chance to finally see Motley Crue in concert is right around the
Starting in October, Motley Crue will be bringing their heavy metal anthems to stages across North America,
stopping in cities like Oklahoma City, Bossier City, Louisville, Nashville, Hollywood, Greenville, Jacksonville, Greensboro,
Atlantic City, Uncasville, New York, Biloxi, Southaven, Detroit, Omaha, Fargo, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Spokane, and
more. Heavy metal lovers are already itching with excitement to see one of metal's biggest icons, Motley Crue, step out on
For all of you Motley Crue fans out there, this could be your very last chance to see this iconic metal outfit
perform in concert. As Motley Crue makes its way around North America on its final tour ever, you definitely don't want to
be caught without tickets. After all, this legendary band is one of the reasons why heavy metal dominated the '80s. So don't
miss out on seeing the original Motley Crue lineup take the stage one last time and buy your tickets on StubHub today!
Motley Crue Background
Motley Crue was formed in 1981 in Los Angeles, California. After Nikki Sixx left the band
London, he joined forces with Tommy Lee and Greg Leon and formed a trio that practiced together frequently. After a while,
Leon decided to leave the group, and Sixx and Lee were forced to find a new lead vocalist. Once they found Mick Mars, it was
if the planets had aligned. The new trio also recruited Vince Neil, and before they knew it, Motley Crue had finally found
its classic lineup. The band got to work creating music, and their first few releases were all self-released on their own
record label, Leathur Records. Eventually, Motley Crue had gained enough momentum that they caught the attention of a few
major record labels, and by the spring of 1982, they had signed with Elektra Records.
During their first major Canadian
tour in 1982, Motley Crue attracted worldwide media attention for some wild events, such as for being arrested while wearing
their spiked wardrobes at the airport and for being caught with porn, which was considered "indecent material". These may
have simply been publicity stunts, but they definitely worked. Soon, the entire world was talking about this outrageous new
band, and before they knew it all of their concerts were packed with eager metal fans.
Motley Crue started becoming
a huge success in the US in the mid 1980s, especially after MTV helped popularize their music. The band became well known
for their wild on stage antics, glam metal theatrical outfits, heavy makeup, and a lifestyle reliant on alcohol, drugs, and
strip clubs. Although the '80s were phenomenally successful years for Motley Crue, they also carried some serious hardships.
Several of the band members struggled with drugs and alcohol abuse, and Nikki Sixx was even pronounced dead of a heroine overdose
before the doctor used adrenaline to restart his heart. The famous Motley Crue song "Kickstart My Heart" was inspired by this
Throughout the '90s, the band suffered a drop in popularity, and most of the various members worked on establishing
solo careers outside of Motley Crue. Fortunately, this period of turmoil didn't last too long, and by 2004 the band had reunited
and went back on the road with more excitement and energy than ever before. After so many decades of success as heavy metal
gods, Motley Crue announced that they were finally closing the chapter on one of the greatest heavy metal bands in history.
Their retirement tour began in July 2014, and there are limited dates left to see Motley Crue in action one more time. The
final tour is already selling out quickly, and music fans are both celebrating the life of the band and mourning the retirement
of it as Motley Crue makes its way from venue to venue. So don't miss out on seeing Motley Crue in concert one last time and
grab your tickets on StubHub today!
Few metal bands have had as big of an impact on the
music scene as Motley Crue has. This awesome heavy metal outfit has released nine studio albums, six compilation albums, and
29 singles over the course of their wildly prolific and illustrious career. Some of their most popular heavy metal anthems
include "Smokin' in the Boys Room", "Girls, Girls, Girls", "Dr. Feelgood", "Without You", "Kickstart My Heart", "Sick Love
Song", "Saints of Los Angeles", "Anarchy in the UK", and "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)".
With gold, platinum, and
multi-platinum album certifications under their belt, it's safe to say that Motley Crue is one of the biggest bands in the
history of metal, and now you can see them for their final concert. Grab your tickets on StubHub now!
1983, Motley Crue opened for Kiss on their tour, but only lasted five shows before Gene Simmons kicked them off the tour.
Simmons claimed he didn't like the band's behavior, but others suspect that he didn't like the way Motley Crue was outshining
If you want to experience an awesome heavy metal concert, complete with outrageous
stage antics and wild costumes, there is no better band to see live than Motley Crue. This iconic rock group is heading out
on its final round of shows, and you can secure your tickets by heading to StubHub today!