Is Vince Neil Violating Motley Crue Tour Contract?


Controversy recently stirred up centering Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil, who will headline the Red River Valley Fair on July 16 at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in West Fargo, North Dakota as per the reports of InForum. He is also scheduled to appear on the bill are GREAT WHITE and VIXEN. Tickets go on sale on January 28 at 9 a.m. Previously, Motley Crue member admitted to a couple of drugs relapses.

Neil’s appearance at the Red River Valley Fair has been concerning for the fans who are concerned that the band’s “The Stadium Tour” will once again be postponed after it was originally scheduled to take place in the summer of 2020 but ended up being pushed back to 2021, and then to 2022, due to the pandemic.

Vince is scheduled to perform with Motley Crue one day before the Red River Valley Fair, on July 15, in Cincinnati, Ohio at Great American Ball Park and again one day after the West Fargo gig, on July 17, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at American Family Field.

Vince Neil is not violating the contract

In response to this, Eddie Trunk shared his opinion on Vince scheduling solo gigs in between The Stadium Tour dates.

He said:

“Artists doing solo/sideband shows while out on another tour is not uncommon. There is a radius clause on all tours. As long as the performance is far enough away from the main tour, and the main tour not playing there, not an issue and many do it.“

You can check out the tweet below:

Neil also recently performed on January 14th at the Hollywood Casino in Columbus, Ohio. This would mark one of the few times he’s performed since injury as the sixty-year-old hair rocker broke his ribs during a show in late 2021. However, most notably during this particular show – Neil would forget the lyrics to one of his most popular Motley Crue tracks.