UPDATE 2: New dates for 2021 have been confirmed.
UPDATE: The entire tour has been officially POSTPONED.
The fate of the much talked about Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett ‘The Stadium Tour’ is set to be officially decided on June 1st, according to the Crüe.
Though, the planned Cincinnati (7/2) and Chicago (8/28) shows have already been postponed, confirms Bring Back Glam. “Some folks with tickets received emails yesterday about show postponement,” reports the outlet today (5/16). “It looks like ticket holders for the Cincinnati and Chicago shows received postponement alerts. Now it is possible these dates were postponed because of Major League Baseball.” They also note that the baseball season is expected to start July 4th weekend.
Here are those reportedly postponed dates again:
07/02/2020 – Cincinnati, OH @ Great American Ball Park
08/28/2020 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field
Motley Crue recently noted that they are “currently weighing all options and are awaiting further direction from the powers that be” before officially commenting on the status of the trek. The outing is technically set to embark starting June 18th in Jacksonville, FL, and with many states still in ‘lockdown’ mode with restrictions (including those on mass gatherings) still very much active to help stop the COVID-19 outbreak, well, let’s just say it’s not looking good for Crue Heads.
Stay tuned to Motley.com for official updates.
Here’s the original run of tour dates again:
June 18 JACKSONVILLE, FL TIAA Bank Field
June 21 SAN ANTONIO, TX Alamodome
June 23 KANSAS CITY, MO Kauffman Stadium
June 25 ST. LOUIS, MO Busch Stadium
June 27 MINNEAPOLIS, MN U.S. Bank Stadium
June 29 NASHVILLE, TN Nissan Stadium
July 2 CINCINNATI, OH Great American Ballpark
July 3 CLEVELAND, OH FirstEnergy Stadium
July 7 MIAMI, FL Hard Rock Stadium
July 9 ORLANDO, FL Camping World Stadium
July 11 CHARLOTTE, NC Bank of America Stadium
July 14 ARLINGTON, TX Globe Life Field
July 15 HOUSTON, TX Minute Maid Park
July 19 SAN FRANCISCO, CA Oracle Park
July 23 SAN DIEGO, CA Petco Park
July 25 PHOENIX, AZ State Farm Stadium
August 9 ATLANTA, GA SunTrust Park
August 11 HERSHEY, PA Hershey Park Stadium
August 13 BUFFALO, NY New Era Field
August 15 PHILADELPHIA, PA Citizens Bank Park
August 16 PITTSBURGH, PA PNC Park
August 18 MILWAUKEE, WI Miller Park
August 20 DETROIT, MI Comerica Park
August 22 WASHINGTON DC Nationals Park
August 23 FLUSHING, NY Citi Field
August 25 BOSTON, MA Fenway Park
August 26 BOSTON, MA Fenway Park
August 28 CHICAGO, IL Wrigley Field
August 30 DENVER, CO Coors Field
September 2 SEATTLE, WA T-Mobile Park
September 5 LOS ANGELES, CA SoFi Stadium