|Tour by Kiss & Mötley Crüe|
|Start date||July 20, 2012|
|End date||March 12, 2013|
|No. of shows||51|
The Tour was a co-headlining summer tour between American hard rock and heavy metal bands Kiss and Mötley Crüe. The tour, described as "Elvis on steroids" by Paul Stanley, was announced on March 20and started on July 20, 2012 in Bristow, Virginia. At first, 40 dates were announced while the August 5 concert at AT&T Center and the August 1 concert at KFC Yum! Center were subsequently added. "The Tour" was listed by the Rolling Stone as one of "The Ten Hottest Summer Package Tours of 2012". The Treatment was the opening act for all shows.
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|July 20, 2012||Bristow||United States||Jiffy Lube Live|
|July 21, 2012||Virginia Beach||Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach|
|July 22, 2012||Raleigh||Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion|
|July 24, 2012||Atlanta||Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood|
|July 25, 2012||Charlotte||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre|
|July 27, 2012||West Palm Beach||Cruzan Amphitheatre|
|July 28, 2012||Tampa||1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre|
|July 31, 2012||Pelham||Oak Mountain Amphitheater|
|August 1, 2012||Louisville||KFC Yum! Center|
|August 3, 2012||The Woodlands||Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion|
|August 4, 2012||Dallas||Gexa Energy Pavilion|
|August 5, 2012||San Antonio||AT&T Center|
|August 7, 2012||Albuquerque||Journal Pavilion|
|August 8, 2012||Greenwood Village||Comfort Dental Amphitheatre|
|August 10, 2012||Phoenix||Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion|
|August 11, 2012||Las Vegas||Mandalay Bay Events Center|
|August 12, 2012||Chula Vista||Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre|
|August 14, 2012||Irvine||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater|
|August 16, 2012||Concord||Sleep Train Pavilion|
|August 18, 2012||Auburn||White River Amphitheatre|
|August 19, 2012||Ridgefield||Sleep Country Amphitheater|
|August 24, 2012||Grand Junction||Rock Jam|
|August 26, 2012||Tulsa||BOK Center|
|August 27, 2012||Maryland Heights||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater|
|August 29, 2012||St. Paul||Minnesota State Fair|
|August 31, 2012||Cincinnati||Riverbend Music Center|
|September 1, 2012||Noblesville||Klipsch Music Center|
|September 2, 2012||Burgettstown||First Niagara Pavilion|
|September 4, 2012||Nashville||Bridgestone Arena|
|September 6, 2012||Clarkston||DTE Energy Music Theatre|
|September 7, 2012||Tinley Park||First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre|
|September 8, 2012||East Troy||Alpine Valley Music Theatre|
|September 11, 2012||Allegan||Allegan County Fair|
|September 12, 2012||Cuyahoga Falls||Blossom Music Center|
|September 13, 2012||Toronto||Canada||Molson Amphitheatre|
|September 15, 2012||Darien||United States||Darien Lake Performing Arts Center|
|September 16, 2012||Mansfield||Comcast Center|
|September 18, 2012||Scranton||Toyota Pavilion|
|September 19, 2012||Camden||Susquehanna Bank Center|
|September 21, 2012||Holmdel||PNC Bank Arts Center|
|September 22, 2012||Wantagh||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater|
|September 23, 2012||Hartford||Comcast Theatre|
|September 29, 2012||Mexico City||Mexico||Foro Sol|
|October 1, 2012||Monterrey||Arena Monterrey|
|February 28, 2013||Perth||Australia||Perth Arena|
|March 3, 2013||Adelaide||Clipsal 500|
|March 5, 2013||Melbourne||Etihad Stadium|
|March 6, 2013|
|March 9, 2013||Sydney||Allphones Arena|
|March 10, 2013|
|March 12, 2013||Brisbane||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
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