Motley Crue Ban Big Stars From Def Leppard Tour

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Motley Crue fans had been waiting for three years the Stadium Tour with Def Leppard. They have been also been friends and big rock stars waiting to see the band members backstage, as happens a lot on major tours with famous stars visiting dressing rooms. However, it turns out that it has been banned due to the protocols of the pandemic. Nikki Sixx went on to issue a statement on his Twitter account and wrote:

“It’s been exhausting trying to explain to people why we can’t have guests backstage. Our fans have waited almost 3 years for this tour. If one of us got [the virus] and had to cancel the show can you imagine the disappointment? We’re not here to take fu**ing selfies This is for the fans.”

Tommy Lee also chimed in on the matter and wrote: “Thanks for typing that out Sixx!!! I’ll leave this right here also cause I’m feelin the same…. P.s I fu**ing hate selfies and taking pictures in general!!!”

You can check out the Tweets below:

Motley Crue is gearing up for the Stadium Tour

Mötley Crüe, consisting of bassist Nikki Sixx, lead vocalist Vince Neil, drummer Tommy Lee, and guitarist Mick Mars, are preparing for their much anticipated The Stadium Tour. The trek is set to kick off at the SunTrust Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on June 16, 2022.

It was noted that the band has not rehearsed in several years. Recently, the official Facebook page of Nikki Sixx dropped the fact that the band has not rehearsed in years.

Check out the Stadium Tour dates below:

Thursday, June 16 – Atlanta, GA @ Truist Park
Saturday, June 18 – Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium
Sunday, June 19 – Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium
Wednesday, June 22 – Washington, DC @ Nationals Park
Friday, June 24 – Queens, NY @ Citi Field
Saturday, June 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park
Tuesday, June 28 – Charlotte, NC @ Bank of America Stadium
Thursday, June 30 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium
Saturday, July 2 – Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field
Tuesday, July 5 – St. Louis, MO @ Busch Stadium
Friday, July 8 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field
Sunday, July 10 – Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park
Tuesday July 12 – Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium
Thursday, July 14 – Cleveland, OH @ FirstEnergy Stadium
Friday, July 15 – Cincinnati, OH @ Great American Ball Park
Sunday, July 17 – Milwaukee, WI @ American Family Field
Tuesday, July 19 – Kansas City, MO @ Kauffman Stadium
Thursday, July 21 – Denver, CO @ Coors Field
Friday, August 5 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
Saturday, August 6 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
Monday, August 8 – Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
Wednesday, August 10 – Orchard Park, NY @ Highmark Stadium
Friday, August 12 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PNC Park
Sunday, August 14 – Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Tuesday, August 16 – Indianapolis, IN @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Friday, August 19 – Houston, TX @ Minute Maid Park
Sunday, August 21 – San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome
Monday, August 22 – Arlington, TX @ Globe Life Field
Thursday, August 25 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
Saturday, August 27 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium
Sunday, August 28 – San Diego, CA @ Petco Park
Wednesday, August 31 – Seattle, WA @ T-Mobile Park
Friday, September 2 – Vancouver, BC @ BC Place
Sunday, September 4 – Edmonton, AB @ Commonwealth Stadium
Wednesday, September 7 – San Francisco, CA @ Oracle Park
Friday, September 9 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium