Motley Crue + Def Leppard announce first 2023 US shows + They’re not in a stadium

Motley Crue and Def Leppard have announced their first US shows in 2023. They’re early in the year before they fly off on their international “The World Tour” dates, and they’re not in a stadium.

They are. I. An. ARENA.

The 7,000 capacity Hard Rock Live at the Mark G. Etess Arena in Atlantic City, NJ will host Motley Crue and Def Leppard for two nights in February. 10 and 11, 2023. It’s a departure from their huge and wildly successful “The Stadium Tour” over the summer, and the massive stadiums they’ll be playing on their upcoming “The World Tour.” Pre-sales for the Atlantic City dates start today (November 29) and tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday (December 2)

These stateside shows will be the first shows for the new touring guitarist John 5the one time guitarist for Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson who was officially baptized the new road ax man at the end of last month. (Apparently John 5 has been practicing Crue songs to his cat) Mick Marswhile still a member of the band, he no longer wants to tour because of him long-term health problems.

See the whole “The world tour“dates here, and the most recently announced US dates below. Make sure to pick up your tickets here.

In other recent related news, a home that Tommy Lee selling just got robbed. The drummer also recently launched a new unhinged NSFW video for his solo song, “Hoppeborg.”

Motley Crue / Def Leppard US Tour Dates 2023

February 10 – Atlantic City, New Jersey @ Hard Rock Live at Mark G. Etess Arena
February 11 – Atlantic City, New Jersey @ Hard Rock Live at Mark G. Etess Arena

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