Motley Crue farewell tour arrives in Abu Dhabi

    Rock icons deliver an epic performance at the du Arena, Yas Island
    Abu Dhabi, Concert, Flash entertainment, Gig, LIVE, Motley Crue, Music, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, News, Live Events


    Legendary Californian rockers, Mötley Crüe, took to the du Arena stage this weekend amidst thousands of ardent rock fans from across the region, leaving no stone unturned to make their first and last visit to the UAE a memorable one.

    Organised by Flash Entertainment, fans were treated to an acoustically and visually elaborate show with more than 50 strobe lights, pyrotechnics and an eclectic set design that added to the evening’s performance.

    After performing classics like, ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’, ‘Dr. Feelgood’ and ‘Live Wire”, fans called for an encore as the band bid adieu to Abu Dhabi. They later emerged to a small stage in the centre of the arena as they bid an emotional farewell to their UAE fans with the piano tinkling power ballad ‘Home Sweet Home’.

    The band members; drummer Tommy Lee, bassist Nikki Sixx, guitarist Mick Mars and vocalist Vince Neil are drawing their 35-year career to an end. The Abu Dhabi leg of Mötley Crüe’s ‘The Final Tour’, was the last show ever outside of the U.S.

    Following a busy season with top international rock legends performing at the UAE’s most popular arena, Flash Entertainment is now gearing up for the most anticipated event of the year, Yasalam 2015.

    To find out more about the upcoming concert season, download the ThinkFlash App - now available on iOS and Android.

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