Setlists – Stadium Tour With Motley Crue, Def Leppard + Poison

Motley Crue and Def Leppard kicked off their anticipated and twice-postponed “Stadium Tour” with PoisonJoan Jett & The Blackhearts and Classless Act. on Thursday (June 16) in Atlanta. For fans unable to attend, the bands’ setlists from the show have been made available.

The Stadium Tour, jointly announced in 2019 by Motley Crue and Def Leppard, was initially to take place in 2020. It was moved to 2021 after COVID-19 emerged, and again to this year because of the pandemic.

Now, however, the tour is rockin’ along, but Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee had to be replaced part-way through Crue’s set due to an injury he sustained prior to the tour’s start. With four broken ribs to contend with, he powered through five songs before being replaced by Ozzy Osbourne drummer Tommy Clufetos. Lee insists he’ll play as many songs as he can each night before relinquishing his drum kit to Clufetos as the tour continues.

See the setlists for Def Leppard (who closed out the night), Motley Crue and Poison below.

It’s currently unknown how much Motley Crue’s and Def Leppard’s sets will change as the tour continues across America this summer. But thanks to contributors at, listeners can at least peruse each act’s songs from opening night at Atlanta’s Trust Park. Are they missing any tunes you want to hear on the Stadium Tour?

Last year, Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil returned to performing after falling and breaking his ribs during a solo show. Crue reportedly sold the rights to their song catalog for $150 million around the same time. The L.A. glam icons’ latest studio material is the four recordings they contributed to the soundtrack of their 2019 biopic, The Dirt.

Earlier this month, Def Leppard announced a signature gin and issued a mobile matching game for iOS and Android called Def Leppard – Let’s Rock It! Last month, the English hard rockers released Diamond Star Halos, the first Def Leppard studio album since 2015.

See the rest of the dates on the Stadium Tour under the setlists.

Def Leppard Setlist, Stadium Tour – June 16, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia (via

Take What You Want
Fire It Up (Live debut)
Armageddon It
Love Bites
This Guitar (Live debut)
Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad (Acoustic rendition)
Two Steps Behind (Joe Elliott performing solo)
Bringin’ on the Heartbreak
Switch 625 (Rick Allen drum solo at end of song)
Pour Some Sugar on Me
Rock of Ages

Motley Crue Setlist, Stadium Tour – June 16, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia (via

Wild Side
Shout at the Devil
Too Fast for Love
Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
Saints of Los Angeles
Live Wire (Tommy was replaced on drums by Tommy Clufetos because he broke four ribs fourteen days ago)
Looks That Kill
The Dirt (Est. 1981) (with Machine Gun Kelly) (Live debut)
Rock and Roll, Part 2 / Smokin’ in the Boys Room / White Punks on Dope / Helter Skelter / Anarchy in the U.K.
Home Sweet Home
Dr. Feelgood
Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.)
Piece of Your Action (First Time since 2013)
Girls, Girls, Girls
Primal Scream
Kickstart My Heart

Poison Setlist, Stadium Tour – June 16, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia (via

Look What the Cat Dragged In
Ride the Wind
I Want Action
Talk Dirty to Me
Something to Believe In
Your Mama Don’t Dance (Loggins & Messina cover)
Eruption (Van Halen cover)
Fallen Angel
Unskinny Bop
Drum Solo
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Nothin’ but a Good Time

Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Poison + Joan Jett Summer 2022 U.S. Tour Dates

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June 18 – Miami, Fla. @ Hard Rock Stadium
June 19 – Orlando, Fla. @ Camping World Stadium
June 22 – Washington, D.C. @ Nationals Park
June 24 – Queens, N.Y. @ Citi Field
June 25 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Citizens Bank Park
June 28 – Charlotte, N.C. @ BofA Stadium
June 30 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Nissan Stadium
July 2 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ TIAA Bank Field
July 5 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Busch Stadium
July 8 – Chicago, Ill @ Wrigley Field
July 10 – Detroit, Mich. @ Comerica Park
July 12 – Hershey, Pa. @ Hersheypark Stadium
July 14 – Cleveland, Ohio @ FirstEnergy Stadium
July 15 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Great American Park
July 17 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ American Family Field
July 19 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Kauffman Stadium
July 21 – Denver, Colo. @ Coors Field
Aug. 5 – Boston, Mass. @ Fenway Park
Aug. 6 – Boston, Mass. @ Fenway Park
Aug. 8 – Toronto, Ontario @ Rogers Centre
Aug. 10 – Orchard Park, N.Y. @ Highmark Stadium
Aug. 12 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ PNC Park
Aug. 14 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Aug. 16 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Aug. 19 – Houston, Texas @ Minute Maid Park
Aug. 21 – San Antonio, Texas @ Alamodome
Aug. 22 – Arlington, Texas @ Globe Life Field
Aug. 25 – Glendale, Ariz. @ State Farm Stadium
Aug. 27 – Inglewood, Calif. @ SoFi Stadium
Aug. 28 – San Diego, Calif. @ Petco Park
Aug. 31 – Seattle, Wash. @ T-Mobile Park
Sept. 2 – Vancouver, British Columbia @ BC Place
Sept. 4 – Edmonton, Alberta @ Commonwealth Stad.
Sept. 7 – San Francisco, Calif. @ Oracle Park
Sept. 9 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ Allegiant Stadium

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