Motley Crue‘s ‘Final Tour’ is set to wind down this year, marking the last time Vince Neil, Mick Mars, Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee will ever share the stage together again — or so they tell us. In a new interview with Vince Neil, the singer reveals where and when Motley Crue will end their touring life.
Back in January 2014, Motley Crue inked a contract which prohibits the heavy metal band from continuing to tour once ‘The Final Tour’ is over. The only way the contract can be broken is if all four members choose to reunite. However, Nikki Sixx recently claimed that there’s no amount of money that would get him back on the road with Crue once ‘The Final Tour’ concludes.
Motley Crue have gone away and come back before, but as for now, Crue’s final shows will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Motley Crue will usher in 2016 with two shows at the Staples Center on Dec. 30 and Dec. 31, 2015. Crue also plan to invade Neil’s home base of Las Vegas before the final two L.A. gigs.
“I hope we can have our final after-party at the Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip where we began 34 years ago if it hasn’t been torn down by then,” Vince Neil tells the Las Vegas Sun. “It would be a fitting place to celebrate the beginning and the end.”
In other Vince Neil news, the vocalist is working on launching his own Arena Football team, the Las Vegas Outlaws. Neil recently held cheerleader tryouts, selecting 10 women to join ‘The Posse’ — the Las Vegas Outlaws’ official cheer squad.
From loud wire