Famous television personality Eddie Trunk shared his thoughts about Mötley Crüe’s ‘The Stadium Tour’ on Twitter and revealed that this tour is impossible to make right now.

As you might remember, Mötley Crüe made an official announcement on Instagram and claimed that the bands don’t have any power to decide if the tour will be canceled or not.

Afterward, Mötley Crüe made an official announcement and revealed that they would decide the fate of the tour by putting the health of the people on priority. Additionally, they will reveal the future of the tour by June 1, 2020.

Later on, Eddie Trunk saw this announcement from Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Twitter account and stated that he doesn’t understand why they are still trying to figure out what to do. He said that there were lots of shows set to be in September and they were all canceled already.

We can say that Eddie explained why it’s impossible to think that ‘The Stadium Tour’ could be done in these circumstances, even though they want to see them playing live.

Here is what Eddie Trunk said:

“This is why it’s strange ‘Stadium Tour’ still trying to figure out what to do… There are arena/shed shows in September/October being canceled now.

I don’t see any scenario where a show in stadiums can happen earlier!? As much as we would like it to… We’ll see.”

A fan named Richard replied:

It’s not strange at all. It’s about trying to keep the money already paid for tickets. Keep holding off and eventually moving the date…

While what they should be doing is offering refunds to ticket holders, like artists such as Bon Jovi, and others have already done.”

Another fan named Michael wrote:

“Reading comments there are some real clowns here. I think they will/should cancel. Looks like they’re waiting till the night before the first show to do so.

Crue came out of retirement for this, and this is a big tour, & they’re doing everything possible to deliver.”

You can check out the tweet below.