Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett Add New Dates to 2020 Tour

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Seven more dates have been added to Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett's "The Stadium Tour." The monster tour now kicks off on June 21 in San Antonio, Texas and includes newly announced shows in Kansas City, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Cincinnati and Cleveland. 

The trek warrants high anticipation, setting the record for the fastest stadium sellout in the history of Milwaukee's Miller Park - and the demand for tickets to the show only continues to grow. 

“The word on the street was that fans were overly excited about this stadium tour even before it was announced … well it’s out there now & it keeps getting bigger & bigger… this is going to be a monster of a tour,” Def Leppard's Joe Elliott shared in a statement

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The newly updated tour schedule is below.

Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison 2020 Tour Dates

Jun. 21 – San Antonio, Texas at Alamodome
Jun. 23 - Kansas City, Mo. at Kauffman Stadium
Jun. 25 - St. Louis, Mo. at Busch Stadium
Jun. 27 - Minneapolis, Minn. at U.S. Bank Stadium
Jun. 29 - Nashville, Tenn. at Nissan Stadium
Jul. 02 - Cincinnati, Ohio at Great American Ballpark
Jul. 03 - Cleveland, Ohio at FirstEnergy Stadium
Jul. 07 - Miami, Fla. at Hard Rock Stadium
Jul. 09 - Orlando, Fla. at Camping World Stadium
Jul. 11 - Charlotte, N.C. at Bank of America Stadium
Jul. 14 - Arlington, Texas at Globe Life Field
Jul. 15 - Houston, Texas at Minute Maid Park
Jul. 19 - San Francisco, Calif. at Oracle Park
Jul. 23 - San Diego, Calif. at Petco Park
Jul. 25 - Phoenix, Ariz. at State Farm Stadium
Aug. 09 - Atlanta, Ga. at SunTrust Park
Aug. 11 - Hershey, Pa. at Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 13 - Buffalo, N.Y. at New Era Field
Aug. 15 - Philadelphia, Pa. at Citizens Bank Park
Aug. 16 - Pittsburgh, Pa. at PNC Park
Aug. 18 - Milwaukee, Wisc. at Miller Park
Aug. 20 - Detroit, Mich. at Comerica Park
Aug. 22 - Washington, DC at Nationals Park
Aug. 23 - Flushing, N.Y. at Citi Field
Aug. 25 - Boston, Mass. at Fenway Park
Aug. 28 - Chicago, Ill. at Wrigley Field
Aug. 30 - Denver, Colo. at Coors Field
Sep. 02 - Seattle, Wash. at T-Mobile Park
Sep. 05 - Los Angeles, Calif. at SoFi Stadium


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