Vince Neil will lead Motley Crue back to Target Center with Poison and the NY Dolls
Star Tribune photo by Carlos Gonzalez
Grab some mascara and hairspray. Motley Crue, Poison and the New York Dolls (well, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain and their rocking younger sidemen) will be touring together this summer for about 40 shows, including a June 24 date at Target Center.
Tickets go on sale to Crue fan club members on March 11 and to everyone else on the weekend of March 18. No prices have been announced yet.
To see a video of Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx and Johansen announcing the tour, click here.
Is this triple bill more exciting than Def Leppard and Heart at the State Fair?
Let the debate begin.
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