Mötley Crüe’s co-founder and bass guitarist, Nikki Sixx, recently answered some of his fans questions on his Twitter account and revealed the reason why they have been waiting to announce the new dates of Mötley Crües Stadium Tour which was supposed to happen in 2020 but had to be postponed due to COVID-19.

As you probably know, ‘The Dirt’ is the biographical film that depicts Mötley Crüe’s formation, rise to fame, and disputes between the band members. The film was released in 2019 and its extreme success encouraged Mötley Crüe to reunite for a tour named ‘The Stadium Tour‘ which would take place in 2020 but unfortunately had to be postponed due to the pandemic.

In ‘The Stadium Tour’ Mötley Crüe will be coheadlining with Def Leppard while Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts will be special guests on the tour. This tour will be Mötley Crüe’s first big tour since 2015 and fans are getting excited by the day waiting to see whether this amazing concert will happen this year.

With his recent tweet, Nikki revealed his feelings about the tour and answered whether he thinks that it will happen this year. He said that aside from the well-being of the audience, they also need to think about the well-being of their crew. So, as soon as they ‘get the green light‘ and make sure that it’s safe to start the tour, they are going to hit the road.

This is what a fan asked Nikki Sixx:

Any tour update Nikki? It will always be Tommy, Vince, Mick, and Nikki. Crue. Crue. Crue. From Indy. I was there.”

Here’s what Nikki Sixx said in his tweet:

“Hi, David. Our concern is the safety of not only our fans but everybody involved in a tour. The bands, crews, etc. As soon as we get the green light we’re excited to get out and tour.”

You can check out Nikki Sixx’s tweet below.