Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett Tour Postponed to 2021

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What many have viewed as the last tour standing has succumbed to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Motley Crue's highly anticipated stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett has been officially rescheduled to 2021. 

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The bands released a combined statement, sharing, "We wanted to continue to communicate with our fans and update you with valid information as it becomes available. The official decision has been made to move all 2020 North American Stadium Tour dates into the summer of 2021."

"The new stadium dates are being rescheduled, your tickets will be honoured for all postponed shows and  refund policy information will be made available shortly. Stay tuned, be safe and we will see you next year."

The new 2021 tour dates will mark Motley Crue's first reunion since they bid farewell during their 2015 'final' tour.

— Mötley Crüe (@MotleyCrue) June 1, 2020

POSTPONED: 2020 Tour Dates
June 18 — Jacksonville, Fla. @ TIAA Bank Field
June 21 – San Antonio, Texas @ Alamodome
June 23 - Kansas City, Mo. @ Kauffman Stadium
June 25 - St. Louis, Mo. @ Busch Stadium
June 27 - Minneapolis, Minn. @ U.S. Bank Stadium
June 29 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Nissan Stadium
July 02 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Great American Ballpark
July 03 - Cleveland, Ohio @ FirstEnergy Stadium
July 07 - Miami, Fla. @ Hard Rock Stadium
July 09 - Orlando, Fla. @ Camping World Stadium
July 11 - Charlotte, N.C. @ Bank of America Stadium
July 14 - Arlington, Texas @ Globe Life Field
July 15 - Houston, Texas @ Minute Maid Park
July 19 - San Francisco, Calif. @ Oracle Park
July 23 - San Diego, Calif. @ Petco Park
July 25 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ State Farm Stadium
Aug. 09 - Atlanta, Ga. @ SunTrust Park
Aug. 11 - Hershey, Pa. @ Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 13 - Buffalo, N.Y. @ New Era Field
Aug. 15 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Citizens Bank Park
Aug. 16 - Pittsburgh, Pa. @ PNC Park
Aug. 18 - Milwaukee, Wis. @ Miller Park
Aug. 20 - Detroit, Mich. @ Comerica Park
Aug. 22 - Washington, DC @ Nationals Park
Aug. 23 - Flushing, N.Y. @ Citi Field
Aug. 25 - Boston, Mass. @ Fenway Park
Aug. 26 - Boston, Mass. @ Fenway Park
Aug. 28 - Chicago, Ill. @ Wrigley Field
Aug. 30 - Denver, Colo. @ Coors Field
Sept. 02 - Seattle, Wash. @ T-Mobile Park
Sept. 05 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ SoFi Stadium

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