MÖTLEY CRÜE: Summer Tour To Feature SUM 41 And THE EXIES

MÖTLEY CRÜE will join with several other hard rock bands for a larger package for the first month of their upcoming summer North American tour, among them SUM 41 and THE EXIES in select cities, according to Billboard.com.

The first North American leg wraps May 1. The band will then play Europe and pick up again July 26 in Los Angeles for dates through Oct. 16 in Sioux City, Iowa, under the Carnival Of Sin tour banner.

"This tour was not only great for MÖTLEY CRÜE but, as the first major tour of 2005, it's great for the business, especially with everyone coming off such a horrific year," the group's booking agent, Pete Papalardo, told Billboard.com.

For a full list of tour dates and fan club presale information, visit MÖTLEY CRÜE's official web site.


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