MÖTLEY CRÜE's Booze-Free Toronto Concert Filmed For Upcoming DVD

MÖTLEY CRÜE's day-long, multi-act concert dubbed Crüe Fest 2008 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada's Molson Amphitheatre Thursday night (August 28) was filmed for a forthcoming DVD.

No alcohol was being sold at the show after the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario suspended the liquor license of the Molson Amphitheatre during the concert.

"I heard you all got no fucking booze," drummer Tommy Lee said halfway through the set, according to the Sun Media. "That's fucking bullshit!"

Lee reportedly had a bottle of Absinthe with him and proceeded to take a swig and then get fans to do the same until the bottle was empty.

Although no detailed information was given, the liquor license suspension comes from various infractions which took place during the 2007 concert season at the venue which holds roughly 15,000.

In addition to the CRÜE, other acts on the Crüe Fest bill included BUCKCHERRY, PAPA ROACH, TRAPT and SIXX: A.M.

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