Mötley Crüe co-founder and bass guitarist of the band, Nikki Sixx, took to his official Twitter account to clear the air about Mötley Crüe shows and revealed when they will be on the stage once again.

As you might already know the Crüe was expected to be on the stage these days and perform their great songs for ‘The Stadium Tour.’ However, the tour is postponed to the next year due to the coronavirus.

Right now, there are lots of live streams of Mötley Crüe on the social media and most of the fans wondered if Mötley Crüe is having a real live show for the fans or it is just a pre-recorded live concerts of Crüe.

Nikki Sixx responded to these questions by saying that Mötley Crüe is not going to play in the live events until the upcoming summer and said that these are not real festivals. In this way, Nikki confirmed the nearest concert of Crüe once again.

A fan named Sean asked:

“Like, ‘live’ live or prerecorded live? COVID19 ruined the summer, what can we expect?”

Here is what Nikki Sixx said:

“It’s the music being streamed. It’s not a real festival. Were looking forward to rocking live next summer for everybody…”

Nikki Sixx also wrote:

For those who keep asking. No, Motley Crue is not playing a festival coming up. It’s a record company putting bands on the label for fans to stream.

They are just calling it a festival. We are not playing. But we will be playing on tour live next summer. Hope this clears things up.”

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