Motley Crue / Def Leppard / Poison / Joan Jett Reschedule ‘The Stadium Tour’


Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts have rolled out a rescheduled 31-date itinerary for its postponed “Stadium Tour,” which will now play throughout the summer of 2021.

The trek will now kick off on June 19th, 2021 at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium and runs through September 12th at San Diego’s Petco Park.

According to the announcement, “All tickets will be honored for the new dates. If you are a ticket holder and cannot make the new show, you will receive an e-mail from your ticket provider you can visit We look forward to seeing you in 2021!”

Frontman Vince Neil said a while back he wanted Mötley Crüe to go out the way it came in: [“Y’know, we didn’t want to be one of those bands that maybe have one guy left in it or somebody’s brother or something like that. Y’know, we wanted to be — we wanted to go out with the four founding members of Motley Crue and go out on top, and leave a legacy of a band called Motley Crue.”] SOUNDCUE (:15 OC: . . . called Motley Crue)

Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen told us he and his bandmates always look forward to playing their hits out on the road: [“Every night when someone’s singing along — especially when there’s a lot of young kids there, 16-year-olds and that — it is fresh, actually makes you feel really good when there’s a whole new breed of people just singing away to songs that you’ve done. It doesn’t really matter whether it’s a new song or an old song, it’s still our song, so it’s a huge compliment. It really is, it’s the best thing in the world.”] SOUNDCUE (:17 OC: . . . in the world)

RESCHEDULED: Mötley Crüe / Def Leppard / Poison / Joan Jett & the Blackhearts 2021 tour dates (subject to change):

June 19 – Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
June 21 – Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ballpark
June 24 – Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium
June 26 – Miami Gardens, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
June 27 – Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
July 3 – Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium
July 6 – St. Louis, MO – Busch Stadium
July 8 – Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
July 10 – Detroit, MI – Comerica Park
July 13 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
July 15 – Flushing, NY – Citi Field
July 17, 18 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park
July 20 – Hershey, PA – Hershey Park Stadium
July 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – PNC Park
August 7 – Jacksonville, FL – TIAA Bank Field
August 9 – Washington, DC – Nationals Park
August 12 – Orchard Park, NY – New Era Field
August 15 – Atlanta, GA – SunTrust Park
August 17 – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
August 20 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
August 22 – Arlington, TX – Globe Life Field
August 24 – Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Stadium
August 26 – Denver, CO – Coors Field
August 28 – Milwaukee, WI – Miller Park
August 29 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
September 3 – Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium
September 4 – Inglewood, CA – SoFi Stadium
September 7 – Seattle, WA – T-Mobile Park
September 10 – San Francisco, CA – Oracle Park
September 12 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park

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