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Motley Crue Coming to Billings

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 Mark your calendars - Motley Crue will be playing in the Magic City on July 26th.   Motley Crue is coming through with Alice Cooper as part of their "All Bad Things Come to an End" farewell tour.  Motley Crue has sold 100 million albums worldwide and performed in more than 30 countries.  The band's final tour began last July.  

MetraPark's Bill Dutcher says the band has signed a binding cessation of touring agreement, so this is your final opportunity to see them at the Rimrock Auto Arena.  "You see them on TV.  People say, 'I went down and saw them in Vegas, and to have them come to our doorstep again and put on a fantastic show... and Alice cooper, just a phenomenal show that alice cooper puts on, this coupled together will be just fantastic for the summer," says Dutcher.

Tickets go on sale on January 23.  You can purchase them at several outlets, including Leslie's Hallmark at Rimrock Mall and Cellular Plus outlets.  You can also purchase them online at Metrapark.com.  If you're a member of the Motley Crue Fan Club, you can purchase them one day early on January 22.
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