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|World tour by Mötley Crüe|
|Location||North America, Japan|
|Associated album||Girls, Girls, Girls|
|Start date||June 19, 1987|
|End date||December 18, 1987|
|No. of shows||110|
|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.
|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, 1987||Richfield, Ohio||Richfield 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, 1987||Providence, Rhode Island||Providence 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, 1987||Indianapolis, Indiana||Market 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, 1987||Phoenix, Arizona||Arizona 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, 1987||Birmingham, Alabama||BJCC Coliseum|
|November 20, 1987||Atlanta, Georgia||The Omni Coliseum|
|November 21, 1987||Chattanooga, Tennessee||UTC Arena|
|November 22, 1987||Atlanta, Georgia||The 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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