Mötley Crüe announces its final tour, signs a legally binding document affirming that statement 

Mötley Crüe announces its final tour, signs a legally binding document affirming that statement 

Firming up rumors that have been floating around the music world for a bit, Mötley Crüe has announced that its upcoming summer tour will be its last. The band’s “The Final Tour” is sponsored by Dodge, and will serve as the L.A. group’s last hurrah. Making it real, today—in the presence of God and Jimmy Kimmel—the group signed a legally binding “cessation of touring” document, which it says will prevent any “unauthorized touring” in the future. The agreement will take effect at the end of 2015, after the Crüe has firmly ridden its FOMO tour into the ground. A full list of the 72 shows confirmed so far is below. Alice Cooper will open all dates.

To date, Mötley Crüe has sold over 80 million albums and has slapped its name on more than 2,500 branded items sold the world around. Though the band vows it won’t ever tour together again, frontman Vince Neil promises he “won’t quit playing rock and roll,” so at least we all have that to look forward to and/or away from.

Mötley Crüe tour 2014
July 2—Van Andel Arena—Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 4—Summerfest—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
July 5—Klipsch Music Center—Noblesville, Indiana
July 6—Riverbend Music Center—Cincinnati, Ohio
July 8—Schottenstein Center—Columbus, Ohio
July 9—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre—Maryland Heights, Missouri
July 11—Wells Fargo Arena—Des Moines, Iowa
July 12—INTRUST Bank Arena—Wichita, Kansas
July 13—BOK Center—Tulsa, Oklahoma
July 15—Cedar Park Center—Cedar Park, Texas
July 16—Gexa Energy Pavilion—Dallas, Texas
July 18—Isleta Amphitheater—Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 19—Ak-Chin Pavilion—Phoenix, Arizona
July 21—Hollywood Bowl—Los Angeles, California
July 22—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre—Irvine, California
July 23—Shoreline Amphitheatre—Mountain View, California
July 25—Reno Events Center—Reno, Nevada
July 26—Sleep County Amphitheatre—Ridgefield, Washington
July 27—White River Amphitheatre—Auburn, Washington
July 29—Sleep Train Amphitheatre—Wheatland, California
July 30—Sleep Train Amphitheatre—Chula Vista, California
Aug. 1—USANA Amphitheatre—Salt Lake City, Utah
Aug. 2—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
Aug. 3—Sprint Center—Kansas City, Missouri
Aug. 5—Sturgis Buffalo Chip—Sturgis, South Dakota
Aug. 6—Tyson Events Center—Sioux City, Iowa
Aug. 8—First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre—Tinley Park, Illinois
Aug. 9—DTE Energy Music Theatre—Clarkson, Michigan
Aug. 10—Molson Canadian Amphitheatre—Toronto, Ontario
Aug. 12—Blossom Music Center—Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Aug. 13—First Niagara Pavilion—Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Aug. 15—Oak Mountain Amphitheatre—Pelham, Alabama
Aug. 16—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre At Encore Park—Alpharetta, Georgia
Aug. 17—MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre—Tampa, Florida
Aug. 19—PNC Music Pavilion—Charlotte, North Carolina
Aug. 20—Farm Bureau Live At Virginia Beach—Virginia Beach, Virginia
Aug. 22—Jiffy Lube Live—Bristow, Virginia
Aug. 23—Susquehanna Bank Center—Camden, New Jersey
Aug. 24—Xfinity Center—Mansfield, Massachusetts
Aug. 26—Saratoga Performing Arts Center—Saratoga Springs, New York
Aug. 27—Great Allentown Fair—Allentown, Pennsylvania
Aug. 29—Nikon At Jones Beach Theater—Wantagh, New York
Aug. 30—PNC Bank Arts Center—Holmdel, New Jersey
Aug. 31—Darien Lake Performing Arts Center—Darien Center, New York
Oct. 10—Chesapeake Arena—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oct. 11—Cynthia W. Mitchell Pavilion—The Woodlands, Texas
Oct. 12—CenturyLink Center—Bossier City, Louisiana
Oct. 14—KFC Yum! Center—Louisville, Kentucky
Oct. 15—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
Oct. 17—Seminole Hard Rock Live—Hollywood, Florida
Oct. 19—Veterans Memorial Arena—Jacksonville, Florida
Oct. 21—Bon Secours Wellness Arena—Greenville, South Carolina
Oct. 22—Greensboro Coliseum—Greensboro, North Carolina
Oct. 25—Borgata Event Center—Atlantic City, New Jersey
Oct. 26—Mohegan Sun Arena—Montville, Connecticut
Oct. 29—The OnCenter Complex—Syracuse, New York
Nov. 5—Mississippi Coast Coliseum—Biloxi, Mississippi
Nov. 6—Landers Center—Southhaven, Mississippi
Nov. 9—iWireless Center—Moline, Illinois
Nov. 11—Resch Center—Green Bay, Wisconsin
Nov. 12—Alliant Energy Center—Madison, Wisconsin
Nov. 13—CenturyLink Center—Omaha, Nebraska
Nov. 15—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
Nov. 16—FargoDome—Fargo, North Dakora
Nov. 18—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
Nov. 19—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, Alberta
Nov. 21—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia

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