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Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison & Joan Jett Announce Rescheduled Tour Dates

The anticipated Stadium Tour will now kick-off 19 June 2021 at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.

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Earlier this month, Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison and Joan Jett issued a joint statement announcing that their highly-anticipated North American Stadium Tour would be postponed amid COVID-19. Now, just two weeks later, the four acts have shared rescheduled dates for 2021. The 30-show tour kicks off 19 June at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium and wraps up 12 September at San Diego’s Petco Park.

In a post on Instagram, Def Leppard confirmed that all tickets from the 2020 dates will be honoured, while refunds can be requested if ticket holders cannot make the new 2021 dates.

Originally scheduled to begin 18 June, the summer tour would have marked Mötley Crüe’s first shows together since they completed their ‘final’ tour in Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve 2015. The road trip was also to be Poison’s first since their 2018 Nothin’ But A Good Time Tour, while Def Leppard were returning to the stage following a busy 2019 which saw them play a string of live shows, including a Las Vegas residency.

Last week, Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee, spoke with Southern California’s 95.5 KLOS about the postponed tour. “I am so bummed. But I’m stoked that it’s not cancelled”, said the legendary drummer. He added that he and bassist Nikki Sixx had spent “Several months designing ‘The Stadium Tour’. So all that stuff is sitting in a ginormous warehouse. And the only I can tell you is that it’s insane. You give us a ginormous place that seats between 40 and 60 thousand people with no roof on it… we had a blast designing this. It’s one of those where people are gonna walk out going, like, ‘What the hell just happened here?’”

Stadium Tour Dates:
June 19, 2021 – Nashville, Tennessee – Nissan Stadium
June 21 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Great American Ballpark
June 24 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Bank of America Stadium
June 26 – Miami, Florida – Hard Rock Stadium
June 27 – Orlando, Florida – Camping World Stadium
July 3 – Cleveland, Ohio – FirstEnergy Field
July 6 – St Louis, Missouri – Busch Stadium
July 8 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – U.S. Bank Stadium
July 10 – Detroit, Michigan – Comerica Park
July 13 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Citizens Bank Park
July 15 – Flushing, New York – Citi Field
July 17 – Boon, Massachusetts – Fenway Park
July 18 – Boon, Massachusetts – Fenway Park
July 20 – Hershey, Pennsylvania – Hersheypark Stadium
July 22 – Hershey, Pennsylvania – Hersheypark Stadium
August 7 – Jacksonville, Florida – TIAA Bank Field
August 9 – Washington, DC – Nationals Park
August 12 – Buffalo, New York – New Era Field
August 15 – Atlanta, Georgia – SunTru Park
August 17 – Houston, Texas – Minute Maid Park
August 20 – San Antonio, Texas – Alamodome
August 22 – Arlington, Texas – Globe Life Field
August 24 – Kansas City, Missouri – Kauffman Stadium
August 28 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Miller Park
August 29 – Chicago, Illinois – Wrigley Field
September 3 – Phoenix, Arizona – State Farm Stadium
September 4 – Los Angeles, California – SoFi Stadium
September 7 – Seattle, Washington – T-Mobile Park
September 10 – San Francisco, California – Oracle Park
September 12 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park

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