Motley Crüe Says “Goodbye” in San Antonio

After a 35 years of raising hell all over the globe, Motley Crüe finally says “Goodbye” on The Final Tour. The San Antonio Alamodome is the site of the burial for the Los Angeles band. Such ceremony couldn’t be complete with out the man himself, Alice Cooper. Having these two iconic bands under the same roof can only mean one thing, chaos.

Fans from all other the spectrum were gathered at the Alamodome to witness the show of the century. Alice Cooper gave an awesome, up-close performance, hit songs like I’m Eighteen, No More Mr. Nice Guy, and School’s Out got fans hyped up for the headlining act. Motley Crüe stormed into stage with flames and pyro. Everyone was on their feet, and you could not see anyone seating down. Girls, Girls, Girls  was how the night began. Having an incredible drum solo on a platform that carried Tommy Lee and his drum set from stage to front of house, something I didn’t experienced till then. Vince Neil’s vocals were amazing and the performance from Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars were as energetic as 35 years ago. Songs like Dr. Feelgood, Kickstart My Heart, and Shout at the Devil were the crowd favorites. The show concluded with Home Sweet Home, definitely the best song to finish the show. From flamethrower stop drum solos in mid air,definitely this was one of the best shows of 2015.