Minnesota Shut Out Of Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett Tour This Summer


Dates have finally been announced for the most anticipated tour of the summer. Unfortunately to see it you will have to go on a bit of a road trip. Some weeks ago it was announced that Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Poison were going to join forces for a summer tour, soon after Joan Jett was added as well. I was so excited when it was revealed that the tour was going to hit baseball stadiums all across the country. For sure they would make a stop at the palatial Target Field right? Think again.

The closest the tour is coming to our area is August 18th at Miller Park in Milwaukee, the 20th at Comerica Park in Detroit, and August 28th at Wrigley Field in Chicago. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed, maybe even a little angry, but deep down I’m sure it came down to scheduling. There’s only so many days in the summer. Who knows maybe they’ll add some more dates later on? I’m not holding my breath though. The 22-date trek, named The Stadium Tour, kicks off July 7 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, and is currently set to wrap up September 5 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 13 at Full list of tour dates can be found below.

July 7  Miami, FL — Hard Rock Stadium
July 9  Orlando, FL — Camping World Stadium
July 11  Charlotte, NC — Bank of America Stadium
July 14  Arlington, TX — Globe Life Field
July 15  Houston, TX — Minute Maid Park
July 19  San Francisco, CA — Oracle Park
July 23  San Diego, CA — Petco Park
July 25  Phoenix, AZ — State Farm Stadium
Aug. 9  Atlanta, GA — SunTrust Park
Aug. 11  Hershey, PA — Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 13  Buffalo, NY — New Era Field
Aug. 15  Philadelphia, PA — Citizens Bank Park
Aug. 16  Pittsburgh, PA — PNC Park
Aug. 18  Milwaukee, WI — Miller Park
Aug. 20  Detroit, MI — Comerica Park
Aug. 22  Washington, DC — Nationals Park
Aug. 23  Flushing, NY — Citi Field
Aug. 25  Boston, MA — Fenway Park
Aug. 28  Chicago, IL — Wrigley Field
Aug. 30  Denver, CO — Coors Field
Sept. 2  Seattle, WA — T-Mobile Park
Sept. 5  Los Angeles, CA — SoFi Stadium