The Crue call it quits – but not before stopping by Utah


The bad boys of rock have announced they’re retiring as a band.

Motley Crue, one of the hard rock world’s most iconic bands who gained international fame both for their music and debauchery, both on and off stage for the past 33 years, announced on Tuesday after months of rumors, their farewell tour.  The band has been adamant that this tour will be their last, unlike some other bands that either change their minds about retirement or have been on a “farewell tour” going on ten years now. The band even signed a “Cessation of Touring Agreement” that states that Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars cannot legally tour as Motley Crue when their two year tour concludes.

Utah is on the tour route early. The Crue will say farewell to Utah at the USANA Amphitheatre on Aug. 1. Alice Cooper, who could easily be headlining, will open.

If you’ve never seen Tommy Lee on his roller coaster drum set, now is your last chance!



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