After the initial 25 dates were announced at a Los Angeles press conference on December 6, fans in markets where dates had yet to be announced took to the internet with “Bring The Crue” campaigns, with thousands of fans using online petitions and the support of local radio stations to plead with Motley Crue to bring their show to them. At last count, campaigns had been launched in over 30 cities in North America.
According to Billboard Magazine, this is the touring industry’s worst year in history. Despite that, Mötley is seeing great success. Allen Kovac, CEO of 10th Street Entertainment, Mötley Crüe’s management company, said, “As soon as the initial tickets went on sale for the tour, we got offers for 70 more cities... but we can only schedule 25 shows because of our European schedule so Mötley Crüe have let the fans decide where they are going.”
Following is a complete list of Mötley
Crüe’s initial North American arena dates The new dates will
go on sale to the general public on Saturday, January 8th but fans wishing
to get a jump on box office demand can get tickets early by going to www.vh1.com
beginning January 3rd. Canadian fans can also get tickets early
by going to www.hob.ca beginning January 3rd
Date - City, State - Venue - On Sale Date / Time
Feb. 14 - San Juan, PR - Coliseo De Puerto Rico - Now
Feb. 17- Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Office Depot Center - Now
Feb. 18 - Tampa, FL - St. Pete Times Forum - Now
Feb. 20 - Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center - Now
Feb. 22 - Cleveland, OH - Gund Arena - Now
Feb. 23 - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Center - Now
Feb. 25 - Detroit, MI - The Palace - Now
Feb. 27 - Ottawa, ON - Corel Centre - Now
Feb. 28 - Hartford, CT - Hartford Civic Center - Now
Mar. 3 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden - Now
Mar. 4 - Philadelphia, PA - Wachovia Spectrum - Now
Mar. 5 - Boston, MA - Fleet Center - Now
Mar. 6 - Washington D.C. - MCI Center - Now
Mar. 8 - Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center - Now
Mar. 10 - Chicago, IL - Allstate Arena - Now
Mar. 11 - Moline, IL - The Mark - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Mar. 12 - Milwaukee, WI - US Cellular Arena - Now
Mar. 14 - Minneapolis, MN - Target Center - Now
Mar. 15 - Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena - Now
Mar. 17 - Dallas, TX - Nokia Live - Now
Mar. 19 - Phoenix, AZ - Cricket Pavilion - Now
Mar. 22 - San Diego, CA - Coors Amphitheatre - Now
Mar. 23 - Los Angeles, CA - The Forum (tentative) - Now
Mar. 25 - Reno, NV - Reno Events Center - TBD
Mar. 26 - Oakland, CA - Oakland Arena - Now
Mar. 27 - Las Vegas, NV - The Joint - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Mar. 29 - Boise, ID - Idaho Center - Jan. 8- 10 a.m.
Mar. 30 - Spokane, WA - Spokane Arena - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 1 - Calgary, AB - Pengrowth Saddledome - Jan 8
Apr. 2 - Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place - Jan 8
Apr. 5 - Green Bay, WI - Resch Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 7 - Winnipeg, MB - MTS Center - Jan 8- 9:30 a.m.
Apr. 8 - Grand Forks, ND - Alerus Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 9 - Madison, WI - Alliant Energy Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 11 - Des Moines, IA - Civic Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 12 - Omaha, NE - Qwest Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 14 - Oklahoma City - OKFord Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 15 - San Antonio, TX - SBC Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 16 - Bossier City, LA - CenturyTel Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 18 - New Orleans, LA - UNO Lakefront Arena - Jan 8- 12 p.m.
Apr. 20 - Jacksonville, FL - Veterans Memorial Arena - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 21 - Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 23 - Portland, ME - CC Civic Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 24 - Montreal, QC - Bell Centre - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 26 - London, ONT - John Labatt Centre - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 27 - Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 28 - Peoria, IL - Civic Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
Apr. 30 - Witchita, KS- Kansas Coliseum - Jan 8- 10 a.m.
May 1 - Ft. Collins, CO - Budweiser Events Center - Jan 8- 10 a.m.