Motley Crue‘s final show is still scheduled to take place this year—over three days, in fact, from Dec. 29-31 in Los Angeles. Along the way, they’ll perform at cities across the U.S. and Canada—with even more just announced.
The rockers added 21 shows to their lengthy farewell tour, the newest shows kicking off Oct. 5 in Hidalgo, Texas. That stretch of shows will go through mid-October, with another string beginning Dec. 4 and running up until the final sets in Los Angeles.
As with many Crue shows, the stage setup will be one to watch, with the band revealing The Crue’s Nest, a levitating platform that is placed on the other side of the arena opposite the stage, rising with the band on it for their last song—and taking some of the fans with them.
“We always want to try to find a way to involve our fans,” bassist Nikki Sixx told Rolling Stone. “So why not take them for a ride with us? We have a ‘B’ stage that goes up about 40 feet in the air, so we were like, ‘Why don’t we just strap a bunch of fans to it?’ Of course, our production manager was like, ‘Well, you can’t really just tie fans to a stage with a rope!’ We had to build special seats with harnesses and seatbelts, but it’s really cool—it’ll be like an amusement park ride!”