Motley Crue is launching their short U.S. spring tour. The band has eight dates scheduled over the next two weeks, including a two-night stand in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on May 20th and 21st.
Whether this will be one of the last times fans get to see the band in concert remains to be seen. Singer Vince Neil continues to say the band intends to split up in a few years. But after telling the "Toronto Sun" he anticipated the end of Motley Crue coming in 2015, he's giving a slightly different story to the "Calgary Herald." He explains to the Alberta paper that the band is planning to tour one more time - perhaps in 2016 - to support a new album released in conjunction with the arrival of their film biography "The Dirt."
But Vince also admits he doesn't know when - or if - the movie is going to be completed, and he has no idea what could happen over the next five to ten years.
But Neil does know what's going to happen over the next five months. In addition to their May trek, Motley Crue has two summer festivals on their schedule. They'll appear at the Moondance Jam in Walker, Minnesota on July 18th, and close out the four-day Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin on July 21st. Motley Crue is also slated to launch a 12-date engagement at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on September 18th.
Motley Crue Spring U.S. Tour Dates
May 16 - Bangor, Maine, at the Bangor Waterfront
May 17 - Gilford, New Hampshire, at the Meadowbrook
May 18 - Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun
May 20 & 21 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center
May 23 - Verona, New York, at the Turning Stone Resort Casino
May 24 - Big Flats, New York, at Tag's Summer Stage
May 25 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, at Trump Taj Mahal
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