Motley Crue hints at future tour plans: ‘See you in February’

The day after finishing their comeback tour, Motley Crue hinted that fans wouldn’t have to wait too long to see them again.

“See you in February,” read a post that appeared on both the band’s and the bassist’s Instagram pages Nikki Sixx. Friday night in Las Vegas group finished a very successful summer tour where they performed alongside Def Leppard, Married and Joan Jett.

The long-delayed tour was reported to have grossed $5 million a night, and Def Leppard’s frontman Joe Elliott had previously said there were plans to take the show around Europe and the UK

According to a new Las Vegas Review Journal interview with singer Vince Neil, Motley Crue will tour internationally with Def Leppard in 2023, visiting Mexico and South America this spring and European soccer stadiums next summer. A return to the US is expected to follow in 2024, and a new residency in Las Vegas is also being discussed. “We’re far from over,” Neil promised. “When we come back in ’24, we’ll do it all over again.”

Elsewhere in their Instagram post, Motley Crue expressed gratitude for their road crew and tour mates. “Nothing as big as this comes from one person alone,” they wrote in an Instagram post. “Yeah, you see us on stage and sometimes it seems like it’s all about us, but it’s really not. It’s about you, the fans, and who makes it happen? It’s a huge team. Hundreds of people behind the scenes every day day and night.”

They added: “Every single element you see was worked on for months and months. Our production team and crew are top notch. Every light, every laser movement, video content, video crew, bus and truck drivers, background dancers and choreographers, sound crew, video crew, backline team, programming, wardrobe, security, tour managers, agents and management.”

Notice it[f]or now we’re taking a final bow for these American and Canadian shows,” he continued, “Everyone is tired yet excited for the future… See you in February.”

Last year, Elliott said Classic rock that booking was in the works for Stadium Tour shows in Europe, although he was not allowed to discuss details. “Some of them will just be festivals, but others will be what we’re currently doing here in North America,” he said. He had previously suggested that a three-year plan be put in place.

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