By Kevin Rutherford
Mötley Crüe‘s final tour keeps getting longer.
The classic rock act, who plan to hang it up after 2015, have confirmed more tour dates for this year, including the details for what they plan to be their final concert ever: a New Year’s Eve show in their hometown of Los Angeles.
Rolling Stone reports that Mötley Crüe will kick off the second leg of the tour July 22 in Eugene, Ore., with each date the final time fans can catch the band in that respective city. Other dates include Aug. 8 at Chicago’s Allstate Arena, Aug. 12 at New York’s Barclays Center and a to-be-announced date in Las Vegas.
Then, the tour—and, apparently, the band’s career—will culminate Dec. 31 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Alice Cooper will support the band as an opener, as was the case on the previous leg.
“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,” bassist Nikki Sixx said in a press statement. “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.”