Vince Neil Responds To Mötley Crüe Fans Who Have Concerns About The Postponed Tour Dates
Mötley Crüe lead vocalist Vince Neil shared a post on his official Twitter page reacting to the fans who weren’t happy with the postponed dates of the ‘Stadium Tour’ and revealed that the band isn’t responsible for the tickets, cities, and dates, it’s the promoter they should speak to about their concerns.
As many of you know, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts were supposed to go on a tour named the ‘Stadium Tour’ in the summer of 2020, however, just like every other public gathering it was postponed to the summer 0f 2021 as well.
The fans were excited as the rescheduled dates were just a few months away, starting from June 2021, unfortunately, Mötley Crüe recently shared a post on its official Instagram page releasing a statement in which the band revealed that the dates for the Stadium Tour have officially been postponed once again because of the coronavirus outbreak.
As expected, while some fans were understanding as the band doesn’t have any other option but to postpone the tour in order to stay safe, a number of fans were also quite unhappy and furious after the delay announcement and apparently expressed how unpleasant they are to the members of Mötley Crüe through Twitter.
After seeing that the fans have things to say about the disappointing announcement, Vince Neil shared a post on his official Twitter page asking his fans to understand the fact that bands including Mötley Crüe have nothing to do with the tour when it comes to the tickets, cities, and dates.
Furthermore, Mötley Crüe lead vocalist stated that it’s the promoter they should be talking to since they are in charge when it comes to making the decision about the details of the ‘Stadium Tour’ and its Live Nation who is the promoter in this case.
Here is what Neil said:
“Please understand that the bands have nothing to do with tickets and city’s and dates. That is in the hands of the promoter. Any questions should go to Live Nation.”
You can see the Twitter post below.
Please understand the the bands have nothing to do with tickets and city’s and dates. That is in the hands of the promoter. Any questions should go to Live Nation.
— Vince Neil (@thevinceneil) May 15, 2021