MÖTLEY CRÜE's 'Crüe Fest 2' Lineup Officially Announced

MÖTLEY CRÜE announced the lineup today for their second annual summer festival tour, Crüe Fest 2, at the Fuse TV studio in New York City. The trek will feature performances by the following artists:


In addition to announcing the lineup, the CRÜE debuted a new music video featuring members of all five Crüe Fest 2 bands performing the single "White Trash Circus". During the announcement, MÖTLEY CRÜE was joined on stage by Sully Erna of GODSMACK, Tyler Connolly of THEORY OF A DEADMAN, Ryan McCombs ofDROWNING POOL and John Allen of CHARM CITY DEVILS. The single of this track featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE with these vocalists is available to radio today.

Crüe Fest 2, produced by Live Nation and kicking off on July 19 in Camden, NJ tours across North America and concludes on September 5 in Darien Lake, NY. Select dates go on sale to the public on March 20, the remainder go on sale March 21.

MÖTLEY CRÜE's Nikki Sixx says, "This is what we imagined when we came up with the idea of Crüe Fest last summer — putting together the most kick-ass bands on one bill for a day of rock. All of the bands on this tour compliment the others — musically, theatrically and passionately."

To kick off the press conference, MÖTLEY CRÜE stopped lunch-hour traffic in New York City arriving at Fuse in a "Dr. Feelgood"-era ambulance accompanied by scantily clad nurses. As previously announced, the band is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first #1 album by playing "Dr. Feelgood" from beginning to end every night of Crüe Fest 2. In addition, fans can expect MÖTLEY CRÜE to bring out hits from their entire catalog through their latest hit, "Saints of Los Angeles".

Fuse is gearing up for a full-hour of programming dedicated to Crüe Fest 2 starting Monday, March 16 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT with a special edition of "Loaded: Crüe Fest", featuring exclusive press conference coverage and a block of videos from the festival's artists as well as "Loaded: Mötley Crüe", filled with a selection of videos that have made the CRÜE rock legends. Also, don't miss an inside look at the brand new DVD of "Crüe Fest 1" featuring performances from MÖTLEY CRÜE, BUCKCHERRY, PAPA ROACH, SIXX: A.M. and TRAPT. "Crüe Fest 1" premieres Thursday, March 19 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Fuse TV.

Fans can see a special live, network premiere performance of the CRÜE and the Crüe Fest 2 lead vocalists performing "White Trash Circus" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Friday, March 20 on ABC TV at 12:05 a.m./11:05c.

Imeem will be the online partner for Crüe Fest 2, starting on March 17 with heavy promotion on imeem.com, and constant information updated on www.imeem.com/cruefest2. Once a week, brand new content from the tour will debut on Imeem, including playlist, video, and audio content, and will be cross promoted across Imeem and band-branded assets.


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