With news of multiple vaccines doing their jobs and the re-opening of venues to limited capacity in cities nationwide, the entertainment industry is looking even harder at ways to safely bring fans together for much-needed musical respite.
After postponing their stadium tour with fellow monsters of rock Def Leppard and Poison last year, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx has an update of sorts after a fan on Twitter basically asked, "so, what's up?"
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As we all await news of what will become of the new normal in the months ahead, the Crüe bassist provided some optimistic words, expressing concern for the safety of not only fans, "but everybody involved in a tour. The bands, crews etc etc. As soon as we get the green light we're excited to get out and tour."
Appropriately called The Stadium Tour, the trek is now scheduled to begin June 19 in Nashville, TN before wrapping on September 12, 2021 in San Diego, CA.
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Mötley Crüe are celebrating 40 years as a highly dysfunctional band this year, blazing their very own stretch of the highway to hell 1981. The group has already been an exciting part of the new season of American Idol, and the members are certainly feeling as anxious as everyone else about getting back on the road.
An anxious Crüe will likely be a brutal Crüe when they're back on stage -- and we can't wait to be there for it!