Poison Joins The 'Crüe' For The Summer

LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Mötley Crüe is preparing to hit the road this summer for their 45-plus date headlining tour with support from Poison and New York Dolls.


The set list for this outing has been decided by the fans as the band conducted a survey listing every song the group has recorded and had fans vote at Motley.com for the final set list.

The setlist includes tracks that the band hasn’t performed live together in almost 20 years. Fan input was also behind enlisting Poison as the main supporting act; this is the first time Motley and Poison will tour together.


Mötley Crüe has also announced the band’s new “360” drum roller coaster, which will feature drummer Tommy Lee being launched into multiple loops while continuing to perform during his drum solo.


Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, the quartet—Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitars), Nikki Sixx (bass) and Tommy Lee (drums)—has been playing for 30 years.

On August 18, 2011, Mötley Crüe will be honored at the 4th Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival in Los Angeles, CA which celebrates the iconic strip where they began their 30 year stint.

Tour Dates:


6/7 –
Dallas, TX –
Gexa Energy Pavilion

6/9 –
San Antonio, TX –
AT&T Center

6/10 –
Houston, TX –
Toyota Center

6/12 –
Albuquerque, NM –
Hard Rock Casino Presents The Pavilion

6/14 –
Los Angeles, CA –
Hollywood Bowl

6/15 –
San Francisco, CA –
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

6/17 –
Phoenix, AZ –
Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion

6/18 –
Las Vegas, NV –
Red Rock Casino Resort

6/19 –
Salt Lake City, UT –
Usana Amphitheatre

6/21 –
Kansas City, MO –
Sprint Center

6/22 –
St. Louis, MO –
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

6/24 –
Minneapolis, MN –
Target Center

6/25 –
Milwaukee, WI –
Bradley Center

6/26 –
Cincinnati, OH –
Riverbend Music Center

6/28 –
Toronto, ON –
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

6/29 –
Detroit, MI –
DTE Energy Music Theatre

7/1 –
Tinley Park, IL –
First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

7/2 –
Noblesville, IN –
Verizon Wireless Music Center

7/3 –
Nashville, TN –
Bridgestone Arena

7/5 –
Hollywood, FL –
Seminole Hard Rock Live

7/6 –
Tampa, FL –
St. Pete Times Forum

7/8 –
Biloxi, MS –
Mississippi Coast Coliseum

7/9 –
Birmingham, AL –
Verizon Wireless Center

7/10 –
Atlanta, GA –
Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood 

7/12 –
Charlotte, NC –
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

7/13 –
Hershey, PA –
The Star Pavilion at Hersheypark Stadium

7/15 –
Uncasville, CT –
Mohegan Sun Arena

7/16 –
Camden, NJ –
Susquehanna Bank Center

7/17 –
Holmdel, NJ –
PNC Bank Arts Center

7/19 –
Mansfield, MA –
Comcast Center

7/20 –
Uniondale, NY –
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

7/22 –
Darien Center, NY –
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

7/23 –
Saratoga Springs, NY –
Saratoga Performing Arts Center

7/24 –
Pittsburgh, PA –
Stage AE


Appearing at “Cheyenne Frontier Days”

7/27 –
Cheyenne, WY –
Frontier Park


w/ Poison and the NY Dolls

7/29 –
Youngstown, OH –
Covelli Centre

7/30 –
Frederick, MD –
Eventplex at the Frederick Fairgrounds

7/31
Scranton, PA –
Toyota Pavilion

8/2 –
Columbus, OH –
Schottenstein Center

8/3 –
Grand Rapids, MI –
Van Andel Arena

8/5 –
Sparta, WI –
Fort McCoy Army Base

8/6 –
Moline, IL –
iWireless Center

8/7 –
Omaha, NE –
Qwest Center

8/11 –
Ridgefield, WA –
Sleep Country Amphitheater

8/12 –
Tacoma, WA –
Tacoma Dome

8/13 –
Nampa, ID –
Idaho Center

8/16 –
Fresno, CA –
Save Mart Center

8/17 –
San Diego, CA –
Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre


— Crystal Lynn Huntoon

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