Nikki Sixx, bassist of the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, recently shared a post on his official Twitter to reveal the reason why they wanted to move their upcoming tour dates to 2022.
Due to the severe effects of the Coronavirus over our lives, our world has stopped since 2020. Many of the concerts and tours have been delayed due to the virus. Mötley Crue is one of the bands who have delayed their tours to next years.
We have recently found out that Mötley Crüe, also, postponed their big US tour to 2022. The massive tour was originally set to take off in 2020. However, due to the COVID-19, the tour is planned for next year. The tour will take off on the 16th of June at Suntrust Park in Atlanta, Georgia. It will continue all through the United States and will and on the 7th of September at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California.
On Twitter, one of the group’s fans tweeted that he was really glad that the tour dates postponed to 2022 because the majority of his family were not vaccinated. The bassist mentioned the tweet, agreeing with the fan.
A fan wrote this and thanked Sixx for postponing the tour:
“Thanks for moving it! I wasn’t comfortable going at this time because my kids are not vaccinated and I didn’t want to bring home anything to them if I went. I was ecstatic to see it moved!”
Here is what Sixx had said in his tweet:
“That’s why we all wanted to move it to 2022.”
Check out the original tweet from Sixx’s Twitter account.
That’s why we all wanted to move it to 2022. https://t.co/HjpqWDAzC6
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) May 20, 2021