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Motley Crue Stadium Tour 2020

Motley Crue 2020 Stadium Tour Tickets

Three of the most genuine and successful hard rock bands have joined forces. The recent announcement that a tour involving Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Poison has excited rock ‘n roll fans throughout the nation. Everyone interested in securing tickets to one or more upcoming shows on a run that is being billed as one of the most highly anticipated of 2020 need look no further. The Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Poison 2020 Tour is for real, and an array of affordable tickets are available to the public now.

This is a Stadium Tour, which is essentially a tour from prior decades amplified to the ultimate level. These bands toured the United States and far beyond during their prime, often performing in outdoor amphitheaters featuring a sloping grade of permanent seating, flanked by a grass area in the back.

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A Stadium show is a little bit different, as it brings the band into a venue that was essentially designed and designated for professional sports, which means that there is a gigantic opportunity for fans to purchase grass, ground-level seats, while folks interested in permanent seating will fill up the stands. It is essentially the opposite of the classic amphitheater layouts of the past.

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This is big news for a variety of reasons. For one, the founding members of Motley Crue signed a contract about five years ago that essentially said none of them could ever perform again underneath the iconic moniker. But cooler heads have prevailed, and the four members who will embark upon this tour have got their stuff together when it comes to gaining, dividing and receiving profits from this upcoming run.

The band that was initially formed in Los Angeles in the early 1980s went through a few trials and tribulations before they struck true fame, and many more trials and tribulations afterwards. Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars were absolutely on the top of the rock ‘n roll universe throughout its most magical era. But like everything that flies way too close to the sun way too soon, their downward trajectory was as sharp as their incredible rise to fame.

Such is the life for true rock ‘n roll superstars. The group released five studio albums throughout the 1980s, the final one entitled Dr. Feelgood, which dropped on the first day of September in 1989. It reached as high as #1 on the US Billboard Charts, and registered in the top five in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The commercial success was a clear indication that the band had gained a firm foothold for future success, although success proved to be one of their most detrimental realities.

The release of their self-entitled album in 1994 did big things, and two more studio releases came in 1997 and 2000 before they truly struck gold again with Saints of Los Angeles, which was released in the final days of June 2008. It peaked as high as #4 on the North American Billboard charts, and did surprisingly well in Canada, Finland and Sweden. Just a few years ago, there was talk about a Motley Crue reunion and a large tour, but rumors swirled that the band could not come to an agreement upon who needed to go to rehab before it could happen. Those turned out to be just that, rumors, and the group seems to be galvanized and truly excited about the upcoming opportunity to entertain fans.

Def Leppard absolutely exploded on the scene in the late 1990s, and all-black T-shirts featuring the iconic font and logo were adorned by everyone from third and fourth graders to full-grown adults in the final years of the 80s and the first years of the 1990s.  

Initially founded in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England in 1977, the group gained influences from other iconic British bands, but they merged with the powerful American rock metal sound that was quickly making its way around the globe. The group has released albums under many different labels that shot to #1 in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, as well as Norway and New Zealand.  

According to many, Def Leppard were the first British rockers to truly break ground in the heavy metal world, which catapulted them to fame on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean by the time the 1980s turned to the 1990s. The group continued to release albums throughout the years despite a few normal creative differences, and their self-entitled release came in 2015, registering in the top-20 in Billboard charts around the globe, and peaking as high as #10 on the US Billboard Charts.  

Poison will be rounding out this wonderful trio, and will likely go on stage first during each concert on this upcoming tour. Initially categorized as hard rock, heavy metal and even glam metal, the group fronted by Bret Michaels was formed all the way back in 1983. They achieved commercial success by the end of the decade.

Just about every member who has performed as a part of Poison sported hair as long and illustrious as they could possibly grow, which led to them being ranked as one of the “Top 5 Hair Bands” of all-time by a popular promotional music outlet.

It is no surprise that controversy and conflict were constant themes as the band rose to fame and began to generate millions of dollars. The 1980s were a wild decade, where bands would often party into the wee hours of the morning after completing a concert at around 11 or 11:30 PM. What rock ‘n roll band members did during the twilight hours is essentially their own business, but it is safe to say that what they did essentially defined the definition of a rock star lifestyle.

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All fans interested in seeing all three of these popular bands perform in huge Stadium venues during the upcoming 2020 tour can easily find surprisingly affordable tickets now.  

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