According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, a 31-year-old woman was arrested February 19 after she tried to kick one deputy and kicked another in the leg while being tossed out of the MÖTLEY CRÜE concert at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The woman may face charges of disorderly conduct, battery to a police officer and resisting arrest.MÖTLEY CRÜE has revealed the dates and cities for this summer's Crüe Fest 2, which has been subtitled "The White Trash Circus". The tour, produced by Live Nation, gets off the ground on July 19 in Camden, New Jersey, winding its way around the country until coming to a halt on September 5 in Darien Lake, New York. This year's lineup will be unveiled at a press conference in New York City on March 16, but is rumored to include GODSMACK, THEORY OF A DEADMAN and SAVING ABEL. Crüe Fest 2 pre-sale tickets became available on Wednesday (February 25) to MÖTLEY CRÜE fan club members and will be made available to the general public on March 2. Check cruefest2.com for more info. A DVD documenting last summer's inaugural Crüe Fest will arrive on March 24, with special theatrical screenings taking place.
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