Vince Neil of Motley Crue was slated to perform at the MGM Northfield Park – center Stage next month, but the show has been cancelled.
The gig was scheduled to take place on Friday, January 10 in Northfield, Ohio. However, Monday afternoon, the show was cancelled due to “circumstances out of the artist’s control.” Neil was set to perform amid a string of solo gigs in 2020; he’s still slated to make stops in Columbus, Ohio and Lawrenceburg, Indiana in March, followed by two gigs in Durant, Oklahoma in April.
Aside from his solo endeavors, Neil will head out on tour for the highly-anticipated stadium tour with Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts. Earlier this year, the band announced that they would reunite after five years, despite previous reports that they could no longer tour together due to a “cessation of touring agreement.” The band will make stops across the country, hitting cities like San Francisco, Orlando, Milwaukee, Washington, D.C., and Seattle, among others.
When tickets went on sale this month, fans were excited to score tickets, but quickly found that the asking prices were sky-high. One ticketing professional with decades of experience in the business even told TicketNews that the tour had the highest prices they had ever seen on the primary market.
See the full list of Motley Crue’s tour dates here.