The American glam metal group Mötley Crüe and the English hard rock group Def Leppard will perform a concert in Budapest, at the MVM Dome, on May 29th as one of the European stops of their world tour.
After this year’s highly successful North American tour called The World Tour, the two bands will go on a concert tour again in 2023, the first stop of which will be on February 18th at the Foro Sol arena in Mexico City. After the Latin American concerts, they will perform concerts in Europe from May 2023, the organizer Live Nation told MTI on Thursday.
“After finally being able to get back to live, we’ve been on a monumental summer tour in the US and Canada, and now we’re super excited to take this huge tour to other major cities around the world, plus kick off the European leg in Sheffield, where we’ve been for 45 years. ago it all started. We look forward to meeting you at one of the stations!” – they quote singer Joe Elliott, one of the founding members of Def Leppard.
“We had an incredible time on this tour in North America over the summer and can’t wait to take the show to the rest of the world in 2023. Crüeheads in Latin America and Europe: get ready! We’re coming to you and just we look forward to seeing you next year!” – wrote Mötley Crüe.
Def Leppard released their twelfth studio album Diamond Star Halos in May 2022. The album debuted in first place on the Apple and Amazon Music charts, as well as in the Top 10 on the Billboard album chart, making it the eighth Top 10 album of the band’s career, read the announcement of the concert organizer.