'The Stadium Tour' featuring Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett was postponed earlier this month. I did buy tickets to the Detroit show, so I am glad it was only postponed - not cancelled all together. The new Comerica Park date is Saturday, July 10th, 2021.

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All tickets with original date of August 20, 2020, will be honored on the new date. If you do want a refund, you can get one - but you must respond within 30 days to do so. The official press release from 313 Entertainment reads as follows,

Tickets purchased for the 2020 concert from Tigers.com/rock are valid for the July 10, 2021 show at Comerica Park. Tigers.com will contact via email all who purchased tickets with refund options for those unable to attend next year. They will have 30 days to respond.

The Comerica Park Box Office is now open. For guests who purchased tickets with cash at the box office, refunds are available by July 17 (within 30 days of today’s announcement). Prior to your visit, please review hours of operation and new health and safety policies at www.313presents.com/events/box-office/#comerica.

For more information please visit www.mlb.com/tigers/tickets/concerts/def-leppard-motley-crue.

Aside from the new Motley Crue date, I am still waiting for a new Guns N' Roses 2021 date, and one for The Black Crowes. I never even imagined Rich and Chris Robinson would tour again - I also never imagined living through a national pandemic either.

Do you have tickets to 'The Stadium Tour'? Are you going to hang on to them, or get a refund? Like I said above, I am holding on to mine, and hoping like crazy this show does indeed go on.

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