Motley Crue bring The Final Tour to the UK with special guest Alice Cooper. Don’t miss the glam rock legends perform live for one last time.
Motley Crue UK tour
Updated: 17 June 2015
Motley Crue gear up for their final ever UK dates, which will take place this November.
The glam metal rock legends will bid a final goodbye to the UK with four huge arena shows. The band behind hits Girls Girls Girls, Home Sweet Home and Dr. Feelgood will start their UK dates at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on 2 November.
Motley Crue’s tour will then take Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars to the Manchester Arena (3) and Birmingham’s Genting Arena (4). Their UK dates will come to an end at London’s The SSE Arena, Wembley on 6 November.
The live dates are part of Motley Crue’s The Final Tour and will see support from none other than the rock hero Alice Cooper. Get your tickets now to see Motley Crue live on stage for one final time.
Motley Crue’s The Final Tour marks the end of the four-piece’s touring days after they signed an agreement in 2014 that stops them from touring under the Motley Crue name after 2015. The tour initially started in the states in 2014 and has included a slot on the main stage at Download Festival during summer 2015.
About Motley Crue
Motley Crue are the essence of LA’s Sunset Strip rock scene. Achieving notoriety in the ‘80s the boys paved their way at club venues such as The Whisky A Go Go.
The band was created by bassist Nikki Sixx, who was soon joined by drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars. Motley Crue was completed with the addition of the charismatic frontman Vince Neil. Together, with their big hair, tight trousers and rock’n’roll attitude, Motley Crue paved the way of glam rock with songs such as Shout At The Devil, Saints of Los Angeles and Kickstart My Heart.
Motley Crue have released nine studio albums: Too Fast For Love (1981), Shout At The Devil (1983), Theatre Of Pain (1985), Girls, Girls, Girls (1987), Dr. Feelgood (1989), Motley Crue (1994), Generation Swine (1997), New Tattoo (2000) and Saints of Los Angeles (2008).