Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee spoke in the recent interview with ‘Consequence Of Sound’ and revealed why did they decide to reunite after their farewell tour.

As you might recall, Mötley Crüe said goodbye to the audience by making the last tour, The Final Tour, between July 2014 and December 2015. However, their reunion hasn’t really lasted long.

The band decided to reunite again in late 2019 after the huge success of the Netflix’s ‘The Dirt’ documentary and named the tour as ‘The Stadium Tour.’ But, they couldn’t meet the audience due to the coronavirus outbreak. Right now, ‘The Stadium Tour’ is set to start in June 2021.

In the conversation, Tommy stated that it was the end of Mötley Crüe, and they all said goodbye to each other after the ‘Final Tour.’ They were not expecting to return to the stage and that was it for the Crüe.

Later on, Tommy said that they got an offer from Live Nation in late 2019 about making a tour in the stadiums. As Tommy stated in, they all thought that this would be so cool to play because they have never played on the stadium tour before and accepted the offer.

Here is what Tommy Lee said:

“We were done. that was it. We all said goodbye to each other. We’re going out on top. All of a sudden, Live Nation made us an offer to go do stadiums, and all of us were like, ‘Hold on a second, we’ve never done a stadium tour before. That’s f**king massive!'”

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