Saints of Los Angeles Tour

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The Saints of Los Angeles Tour was a 2009 tour by the American hard rock band Mötley Crüe. The support acts for the tour were Hinder, Theory of a Deadman and The Last Vegas. The tour covered North America with two Canadian dates, and covered locations that 2008's Crüe Fest missed. [1]

Mötley Crüe American heavy metal band

Mötley Crüe is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, on January 17, 1981. The group was founded by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars. Mötley Crüe has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, including 25 million albums in the United States, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time.

Hinder American rock band

Hinder is an American rock band from Oklahoma that was formed in 2001 by lead singer Austin Winkler, guitarist Joe "Blower" Garvey, and drummer Cody Hanson. The band released four studio albums with Winkler; Extreme Behavior (2005), Take It to the Limit (2008), All American Nightmare (2010) and Welcome to the Freakshow (2012). After Winkler left the band in 2013, they looked for a new lead vocalist, and added Marshal Dutton. They have since released: When The Smoke Clears (2015) and The Reign (2017) with their new vocalist. Their seventh studio album is expected in 2019, with the lead single "Halo". The band was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

Theory of a Deadman Canadian rock band

Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band from Delta, British Columbia. Formed in 2001, the band is currently signed to Roadrunner Records as well as 604 Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, such as country and acoustic, as well as their post-grunge and alternative rock base. They have had eight top 10 hits on the US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, including three No. 1 hits, "Bad Girlfriend", "Lowlife" and "Rx (Medicate)".


Tour dates

Date [2] CityCountryVenueInformation
October 3, 2008 Guadalajara Mexico Arena VFG Mötley Crüe only
October 5, 2008 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
October 7, 2008 Monterrey Monterrey Arena
October 11, 2008 Buenos Aires Argentina Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires Festival
North America
October 14, 2008 Los AngelesUnited States Hollywood Palladium Mötley Crüe only
January 31, 2009 Indio, California Fantasy Springs Casino
February 2, 2009 San Diego, California Cox Arena All acts performing
February 4, 2009 Reno, Nevada Reno Events Center
February 6, 2009 Paradise, Nevada The Joint Mötley Crüe and The Last Vegas only
February 7, 2009
February 10, 2009 Omaha, Nebraska Qwest Center Omaha All acts performing
February 11, 2009 Moline, Illinois iWireless Center
February 13, 2009 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
February 14, 2009 Madison, Wisconsin Alliant Energy Center
February 15, 2009 Rockford, Illinois Rockford Metro Center
February 17, 2009 Des Moines, Iowa Wells Fargo Arena
February 18, 2009 Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center
February 19, 2009 Green Bay, Wisconsin Resch Center
February 21, 2009 Nashville, Tennessee Sommet Center
February 22, 2009 Birmingham, Alabama BJCC Arena
February 25, 2009 Greenville, South Carolina BI-LO Center
February 27, 2009 Lafayette, Louisiana Cajundome
February 28, 2009 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
March 3, 2009 Hollywood, Florida Hard Rock Casino Mötley Crüe and The Last Vegas only
March 4, 2009 Orlando, Florida UCF Arena All acts performing
March 6, 2009 Atlantic City, New Jersey Borgata Events Center
March 7, 2009 Erie, Pennsylvania Erie Civic Center
March 8, 2009 Hershey, Pennsylvania Giant Center
March 10, 2009 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place
March 11, 2009 Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum
March 13, 2009 Uncasville, Connecticut United States Mohegan Sun Arena
March 14, 2009 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
March 16, 2009 New York City Madison Square Garden
March 17, 2009 Manchester, New Hampshire Verizon Wireless Arena
March 18, 2009 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
June 2, 2009 MoscowRussia B1 Maximum Club
June 4, 2009 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace Saint Petersburg
June 6, 2009 Tampere Finland Sauna Open Air
June 8, 2009 Bergen Norway Bergenshallen
June 10, 2009 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
June 12, 2009 Castle Donington England Download Festival
June 14, 2009 Munich Germany Zenith
June 15, 2009 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
June 16, 2009 Berlin Columbiahalle
June 17, 2009 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
June 19, 2009 Clisson France Hellfest
June 20, 2009 Bilbao Spain KobetaoSonik
June 22, 2009 Wettingen Switzerland Sportzentrum Tägerhard
June 23, 2009 Cologne Germany Palladium
June 25, 2009 Borlänge Sweden Peace and Love Festival
June 26, 2009 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting
June 27, 2009 Monza Italy Gods of Metal
July 1, 2009 Kavarna Bulgaria Kavarna Stadium

Set list

  1. "Kickstart My Heart
  2. "Wild Side
  3. "Shout At The Devil
  4. "Saints Of Los Angeles
  5. "Mick Mars solo
  6. "Live Wire
  7. "Too Fast For Love/On With The Show (Medley)
  8. "Louder Than Hell (Replaced by Jailhouse Rock from Rockford, Illinois through the rest of the tour.)
  9. "Mutherfucker of the Year
  10. "White Trash Circus
  11. "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
  12. "Same Ol' Situation
  13. "Primal Scream
  14. "Looks That Kill
  15. "Girls, Girls, Girls
  16. "Dr. Feelgood


  1. "Home Sweet Home

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