Photo by Joe Bielawa

Photo by Joe Bielawa

Over the course of their 30+ years as one of the world’s most famous rock bands, they have battled addictions, degenerative diseases, blown past scandals and have even cheated death (remember when Nikki Sixx was declared dead?).

Motley Crue has survived and conquered the worst circumstances that a band could ever be plagued with, earning upwards of 80 million dollars from sold out tours and platinum-selling records along the way. And now, the legendary group is celebrating their third decades of success with one last hurrah, appropriately titled, “All Bad Things Must Come To An End.”

So far, The Final Tour consisted of shows in the U.S and Europe where they graced Wembley Arena and Manchester Arena for the last time. Currently back in The Land of the Free, they’ll have a few shows in Dakota before traveling north to Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary in Canada, then to Portland, Oregon, and then finally flying back to their home state of California, where their tour will close.

Of course, having had Las Vegas residencies in the past, their final tour wouldn’t be complete without a stop in Sin City. Before concluding the tour at the coveted Staples Center, they’ll take the Vegas stage one last time at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, December 21.

Venues such as The Garden Arena have kept the music scene alive all these years, and now more than ever, casino operators are focusing on their non-gaming segments of business to keep their edge over online portals.

The competition between the brick and mortar facilities and the gambling websites is tough as Gala Casino among other hubs offer live dealers as their key features to enhance virtual casino experience, contributing to the fluctuating gaming profits reported by The Street in Vegas. The action has evidently left the gaming floor and moved on to the concert arenas, the megaclubs and outdoor festivals, becoming a music capital of sorts, the ultimate destination for fans across the genres, from jazz to heavy metal.

Tickets for The Garden Arena show are available on Ticketmaster, starting at $37.51.

Motley Crue 2015 “Final Tour” Dates

12/04 – Sioux Falls, SD
12/08 – Grand Forks, ND
12/10 – Saskatoon, SA, Canada
12/12 – Edmonton, AB, Canada
12/13 – Calgary, AB, Canada
12/15 – Portland, OR
12/17 – Fresno, CA
12/19 – Phoenix, AZ
12/20 – San Diego, CA
12/22 – Anaheim, CA
12/27 – Las Vegas, NV
12/28 – Log Angeles, CA
12/30 – Los Angeles, CA
12/31 – Los Angeles CA