Motley Crue: The End Has Been Announced For real this time… No really… Seriously

For just one day on June 14th, 2016 at 7pm we can all witness the very last show of Motley Crue playing at the Staples Center on December 31st, 2015. The last show will be playing in select theaters across the US. Audiences will be able to see behind the scenes of this historic show. Tickets go on sale on May 13th online or by visiting Out giddy spies reached out to Motley Crue to ask about future possible performances. Motley Crue’s reps told us, “Motley Crue: The End is really the end. For real this time. No really”.

Motley Crue has always been known for their over the top performances. This final New Years Eve performance certainly did not disappoint. Between Nikki Six spitting fire 30 feet into the air from his bass to Tommy Lee’s Cruecify roller coaster this show was one for the ages. Not to mention, bringing in the new year with thousands of balloons raining down on the crowd. Probably a good note to end a 35 decadent touring career on too. The pinnacle, though, perhaps was Vince Neil giving an emotional farewell speech to fans.

Fathom Events CEO John Rubey said: “We’re excited to bring the opportunity for MÖTLEY CRÜE’s legion of supporters to experience their final show and relive the magic one more time. Filled with their hard-rock anthems and unforgettable stage presentation, this show is not to be missed.”

The End

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