Girls, Girls, Girls Tour

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Girls, Girls, Girls Tour
World tour by Mötley Crüe
LocationNorth America, Japan
Associated album Girls, Girls, Girls
Start dateJune 19, 1987
End dateDecember 18, 1987
No. of shows110
Mötley Crüe concert chronology

The Girls, Girls, Girls Tour was a concert tour by American glam metal band Mötley Crüe in support of their latest release Girls, Girls, Girls. Coming off of the massive success of the Theatre of Pain Tour and the single Home Sweet Home the album was a smash hit; with the title track becoming the most played song in strip clubs. The music video for Wild Side was filmed at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. Whitesnake and an up and coming Guns N' Roses opened throughout the tour. The tour was also their last before all band members entered rehabilitation for alcohol and drug addiction. A planned 1988 European tour was cancelled by manager Doc McGhee fearing the band would not survive if they embarked on the tour.

Tour Dates

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DateCityCountryVenueOpening Act
North America
June 19, 1987 Tucson, Arizona United States Tucson Community Center Keel
June 20, 1987 Phoenix, Arizona Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
June 22, 1987 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum Whitesnake
June 23, 1987 El Paso, Texas El Paso County Coliseum
June 25, 1987 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
June 26, 1987 San Antonio, Texas HemisFair Arena
June 27, 1987 Houston, Texas The Summit
June 28, 1987
June 30, 1987 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Myriad Convention Center Whitesnake
July 1, 1987 Shreveport, Louisiana Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
July 2, 1987 Biloxi, Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
July 4, 1987 Little Rock, Arkansas Barton Coliseum
July 5, 1987 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
July 6, 1987 Johnson City, Tennessee Freedom Hall Civic Center
July 7, 1987 Nashville, Tennessee Nashville Municipal Auditorium Whitesnake
July 8, 1987 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
July 10, 1987 Valley Center, Kansas Britt Brown Arena
July 11, 1987 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
July 12, 1987 Des Moines, Iowa Iowa Veterans Memorial Auditorium
July 14, 1987 Bloomington, Minnesota Met Center
July 15, 1987
July 16, 1987 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Horizon Whitesnake
July 17, 1987
July 18, 1987 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena Whitesnake
July 19, 1987 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
July 20, 1987
July 23, 1987 Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Gardens
July 24, 1987 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
July 26, 1987 Thornville, Ohio Buckeye Lake Music Center
July 31, 1987 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Civic Arena
August 1, 1987Richfield, OhioRichfield Coliseum
August 2, 1987 Buffalo, New York Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
August 4, 1987 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
August 5, 1987
August 7, 1987 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
August 8, 1987 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
August 10, 1987 Worcester, Massachusetts The Centrum
August 11, 1987
August 13, 1987 East Rutherford, New Jersey Brendan Byrne Arena
August 14, 1987 Troy, New York Houston Field House
August 15, 1987Providence, Rhode IslandProvidence Civic Center
August 17, 1987 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
August 18, 1987
August 20, 1987 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
August 21, 1987 Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
August 22, 1987 Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
August 24, 1987 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Pocono Downs
August 25, 1987 Rochester, New York Rochester Community War Memorial
August 26, 1987 Utica, New York Utica Memorial Auditorium
August 28, 1987 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
August 29, 1987
August 30, 1987 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
September 1, 1987 Richmond, Virginia Richmond Coliseum
September 2, 1987 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Civic Center
September 3, 1987 Huntington, West Virginia Huntington Civic Center
September 5, 1987 East Troy, Wisconsin Alpine Valley Music Theatre
September 6, 1987 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
September 7, 1987 La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse Center Whitesnake
September 8, 1987 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Five Seasons Center
September 19, 1987 Evansville, Indiana Roberts Municipal Stadium
September 20, 1987Indianapolis, IndianaMarket Square Arena
September 21, 1987 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
September 23, 1987 Tulsa, Oklahoma Tulsa Convention Center
September 24, 1987 Norman, Oklahoma Lloyd Noble Center
September 25, 1987 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
September 26, 1987
September 28, 1987 Denver, Colorado McNichols Sports Arena
September 29, 1987
September 30, 1987 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace
October 2, 1987 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
October 3, 1987Phoenix, ArizonaArizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
October 4, 1987
October 6, 1987 Inglewood, California The Forum
October 7, 1987
October 8, 1987 Long Beach, California Long Beach Arena
October 10, 1987 Oakland, California Day on the Green
October 13, 1987 Portland, Oregon Portland Memorial Coliseum
October 15, 1987 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
October 16, 1987 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Pacific Coliseum
October 18, 1987 Edmonton, Alberta Northlands Coliseum
October 19, 1987 Calgary, Alberta Olympic Saddledome
October 21, 1987 Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Arena
October 24, 1987 Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Civic Centre
October 25, 1987 Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf Gardens
October 27, 1987 Montreal, Quebec Montreal Forum
November 3, 1987 Mobile, Alabama United States Mobile Municipal Auditorium Guns N' Roses
November 4, 1987 Albany, Georgia Albany Civic Center
November 6, 1987 Lafayette, Louisiana Cajundome
November 7, 1987 New Orleans, Louisiana UNO Lakefront Arena
November 8, 1987 Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Coliseum
November 10, 1987 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center
November 11, 1987 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
November 13, 1987 Savannah, Georgia Savannah Civic Center
November 14, 1987 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
November 15, 1987 Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
November 17, 1987 Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville Civic Coliseum
November 18, 1987Birmingham, AlabamaBJCC Coliseum
November 20, 1987 Atlanta, Georgia The Omni Coliseum
November 21, 1987 Chattanooga, Tennessee UTC Arena
November 22, 1987Atlanta, GeorgiaThe Omni Coliseum
November 24, 1987 Lakeland, Florida Lakeland Civic Center
November 25, 1987
November 27, 1987 Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
November 28, 1987 Fort Myers, Florida Lee County Civic Center
November 29, 1987 Pembroke Pines, Florida Hollywood Sportatorium
December 13, 1987 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Rainbow Hall No Opening Act
December 14, 1987 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
December 16, 1987 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
December 17, 1987
December 18, 1987

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