Motley Crue has squeezed yet another date into their massive North American farewell run. The veteran Los Angeles rockers have added a show on Oct. 20 in Quebec City, Quebec at the brand new Videotron Centre.
According to an update posted Aug. 11 at their official Facebook page of Motley Crue, the “Dr. Feelgood” hitmakers along with very special guest Alice Cooper will be among the initial handful of major acts to perform at the state-of-the-art indoor arena, which is currently under construction in Quebec City. The 18,259-seat multi-purpose amphitheater will replace the Colisée Pepsi as Quebec City’s primary venue for indoor events and will open its doors Sept. 12 with Metallica as headliner.
Select VIP and pre-sales begin Wed., Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Sat., Aug. 15 at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, click here.
Initially launched last July, The Final Tour sold nearly one million tickets sold in 72 cities and grossing revenues of $ 45 million in 2014. The final 2015 North American leg got underway July 22 with a sold out show in Eugene, Oregon at, Matthew Knight Arena. Crue’s “All Bad Things Must Come To An End” run will wrap up with a three-night hometown stand, ending Dec. 31 in Los Angeles at Staples Center.
The tour continues Aug. 11 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, at GIANT Center and Aug. 12 at Brooklyn, New York, at Barclays Center. Tickets for these and other select Motley Crue events are available at AXS.
See below for the band’s 2015 North American tour dates. For the latest information on Motley Crue, click here.
Did you know? Motley Crue released a new single and music video last month in conjunction with their “Countdown to Crue Year’s Eve” titled “All Bad Things.”
Motley Crue The Final Tour’s 2015 North American tour schedule:
Aug. 11 – Hershey, Pa., GIANT Center
Aug. 12 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center
Aug. 14 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 15 – Worcester, Mass., DCU Center
Aug. 16 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
Aug. 18 – Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 19 – Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Bank Arena
Aug. 20 – Indianapolis, Ind., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Aug. 22 – Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
Aug. 23 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian Tire Centre
Aug. 24 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre
Aug. 26 – Baltimore, Md., Royal Farms Arena
Aug. 28 – Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
Aug. 29 – Charlotte, N.C., Time Warner Cable Arena
Aug. 30 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena
Sept. 2 – Miami, Fla., AmericanAirlines Arena
Sept. 4 – New Orleans, La., Smoothie King Center”
Sept. 5 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Sept. 6 – San Antonio, Texas, Alamodome
Sept. 8 – Monterrey, Mexico, Arena Monterrey
Sept. 10 – Mexico City, Mexico, Arena Ciudad De Mexico
Oct. 5 – Hidalgo, Texas, State Farm Arena
Oct. 7 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
Oct. 8 – North Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
Oct. 10 – Evansville, Ind., Ford Center
Oct. 11 – Lexington, Ky., Rupp Arena
Oct. 13 – Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena
Oct. 14 – Buffalo, N.Y., First Niagara Center
Oct. 16 – Bridgeport, Conn., Webster Bank Arena
Oct. 17 – Manchester, N.H., Verizon Wireless Arena
Oct. 18 – Bangor, Maine, Cross Insurance Center
Oct. 20 – Quebec City, P.Q., Videotron Centre.
Dec. 4 – Lincoln. Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena
Dec. 7 – Sioux Falls, S.D., Denny Sanford Premier Center
Dec. 8 – Grand Forks, N.D., Alerus Center
Dec. 10 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SaskTel Centre
Dec. 12 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
Dec. 13 – Calgary, Alberta, Scotiabank Saddledome
Dec. 15 – Portland, Ore., Moda Center
Dec. 19 – Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Center
Dec. 20 – San Diego, Calif., Viejas Arena
Dec. 22 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Dec. 27 – Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
Dec. 28 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
Dec. 30 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
Dec. 31 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center