Motley Crue has played their last concert in the U.S. The band wrapped up the North American leg of "The Final Tour" with a show in Spokane, Washington Saturday night.
USA Today says the group delivered two hours of material spanning their career, going back to their debut single, "Live Wire." Motley Crue also delivered the hits, including "Girls, Girls, Girls," "Dr. Feelgood," and "Saints of Los Angeles," while "Home Sweet Home" wrapped up the encore.
The show also included plenty of pyro, smoke, and other effects.
Fans were treated to Tommy Lee riding out on his "Cruecifly" drum roller coaster and a blistering solo from guitarist Mick Mars.
Bassist Nikki Sixx also took the audience back, telling the story of the band's formation. He also promised that the band's last show wasn't really "goodbye," because Motley Crue's music "will haunt you until the day you die."
Motley Crue now has a few months off before resuming the trek overseas. The group will kick off the 2015 portion of their "Final Tour" in Kobe, Japan on February 11th.
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