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Motley Crue Announces Final Tour and Last Miami Show Ever

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Just one more night, and they're coming off this long and winding road. Forever.

Don't fret, true Crüe fans, the Mötley band of brothers have one more year of touring before they call it quits, and that means one more stop in the 305 before the hairspray can is finally empty and the pants are allowed to hang a little loose.

We all knew this day was coming. It's been a great 34 years, and it's time for Nikki, Tommy, Mick, and Vince to get some R&R. That's rest and relaxation. But only after some rock 'n' roll.

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It's the final half of their final tour, kicking off with international dates and coming in for a smooth North American landing this summer. The last Miami show ever goes down at the American Airlines Arena on Wednesday, September 2, but tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 22.

"In some of the cities, we could only reach a fraction of the fans who wanted to come see us play last year because of ticket demand, so we're coming back to those places to bring them our full production including the Crüecifly drum coaster, as well as all pyro and every other bell and whistle," says bassist Nikki Sixx in a press release. "Even despite the overwhelming fan demand, we can only add so many new cities in North America because of our commitment to take the Final Tour global on our final year."

Mötley Crüe The Final Tour, North America 2015

*With Alice Cooper

July 22 Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, OR*

July 24 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA*

July 26 Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark, Billings, MT*

July 28 Taco Bell Arena, Boise, ID*

July 29 EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City, UT*

July 31 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO*

August 3 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB*

August 5 Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN*

August 7 BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI*

August 8 Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL*

August 9 The Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI*

August 11 Giant Center, Hershey, PA*

August 12 Barclays Center, New York, NY*

August 14 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA*

August 15 DCU Center, Worcester, MA*

August 16 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT*

August 18 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH*

August 19 U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH*

August 20 Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN*

August 22 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON*

August 23 Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, ON*

August 24 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC*

August 26 Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, MD*

August 28 PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC*

August 29 Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte, NC*

August 30 Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA*

September 2 American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL

September 4 Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA*

September 5 Toyota Center, Houston, TX

September 6* Alamodome, San Antonio, TX

September 8 Arena Monterrey, Monterrey, NL

September 10 Arena Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, DF

TBA TBA, Las Vegas, NV

December 30 Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

December 31 Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

This is it. Like, it it. The year 2015 is a celebration of the end, and fans are encouraged to tag photos, videos, tweets, and statuses of all kinds (wow, things have changed in 34 years) with #RIPMotleyCrue.

If you're hungry for more, stay tuned for the "ultimate collector's album package," including brand-new track "All Bad Things."

As the song says, even the angels want to cry.

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Mötley Crüe's Final Tour. Wednesday, September 2. American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 22 via ticketmaster.com. All ages. Visit motley.com.

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