The long-awaited Stadium Tour featuring Poison who, recently were accused of Lip syncing, Motley Crue, Def Leppard, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts has seen several controversial and talked about moments so far. The stadium tour was originally set to take place in the summer of 2020. It was later announced that the tour would be rescheduled for 2021 due to the virus that caused the worldwide pandemic. The tour was once again pushed back to 2022 due to the same circumstances.
When the tour would then launch, earlier this month in Atlanta the talk of the event was the fact that bad-boy Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee broke five of his ribs, may he make a swift recovery.
The most recent Stadium show had its most interesting moments as well. During the Stadium show that took place in Miami, Florida, during Poison’s set, According to Bravewords, Bret Michaels, Poison frontman, would stop the show after the group’s second song to make state right then and there that event photographers are allowed to stay for the entirety of the group’s set. For context, most of the time, photographers are usually allowed to stay for the first two songs.
Michaels would state the following as the second song ended: “Photographers, stop right there. Come back and aim your cameras at the pictures that matter, the beautiful audience in front of all of us. These people here are the reason why we are still doing this after all these years, and let me tell you all, that if I wasn’t playing on this stage if Poison wasn’t playing, I’d be in the audience watching this tour like you all are.”
He continued: “Stay here for another song,” he continued while the photographers came back to the photo pit in disbelief, with some of them climbing the barricade to get better shots at the crowds roaring in front of them. “I’ll pay whatever fine is needed, let’s continue with this party!”