2022-07-23 07:03:06 By : Mr. Liu Xiaokai

The wait is finally over! After being rescheduled from 2020, the long awaited stadium tour with Mötley Crüe, Poison, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts is happening this Sunday, June 19th! And we have all the information you need to know before you go.

Please keep in mind things can change quickly and often. We will try to update this concert information page as it comes in, but please also check the venue website for info as well.

With so many big headliners, this show starts a little earlier than normal. If you want to catch every act, make sure you get to the venue no later than 4:30!

8:00 am // RV Parking Lots Open 1:00 pm // Road Closures Begin 1:00 pm // Downtown Shuttle Service Begins 1:30 pm // Box Office Opens 1:30 pm // Parking Lots Open 3:30 pm // Gates Open 4:30 pm // Concert Begins 1-Hour Post Event // Shuttle Service Ends

There will be an event traffic management plan will be in effect for the Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe concert and road closures will be in place around Camping World Stadium starting at 1 p.m..

If you can’t find any stadium parking, Camping World Stadium offers a free shuttle with various pick up/drop off locations.

Shuttle Locations (pre / post event) • Downtown Orlando / Pick-up & Drop-off: – Church Street & Division Avenue (NW side of Amway Center • Stadium / Drop-off & Pick-Up: – Nashville Avenue & Church Street

SHUTTLE SITE DIRECTIONS • Traveling Eastbound On I-4: Take the South Street – Exit 83 • Traveling Westbound On I-4: Take the Anderson Street – Exit 83

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A very limited number of Camping World Stadium on-site parking permits remain for the Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe concert. Guests may purchase stadium on-site parking permits in advance here or take the free shuttle service to/from the event. If you have a pre-paid stadium on-site parking permit, you should download the permit in advance to your smartphone wallet and have it ready to display for speedier and seamless entry into stadium parking lots.

You can purchase a parking pass here View downtown parking areas here

Rideshare pick-up and drop-off locations – Lot 9 (801 S. Rio Grande Avenue) – S. Dollins Ave between W. Church Street & W. Pine

Camping World Stadium wants to provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite patron entry, so a clear bag policy is in effect for this event. Bags allowed inside the stadium include: – Bag styles: clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 14″ x 14″ x 6” – One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar). – Small clutch bags not exceeding 4.5″ x 6.5″ may be taken inside the stadium.

*Exceptions include medically-necessary items and parent bags. All items are subject to security search guidelines.*

Prohibited bags include: – Bags larger than a clutch bag – Coolers – Briefcases – Backpacks – Fanny packs – Cinch bags – Luggage of any kind – Computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″.

Unless you have permission, professional cameras are not allowed at this event. According to Camping World’s website: Cameras with lenses longer than 3″ are not permitted Camping World Stadium reserves the right to approve camera use at any time during and/or before the event and to prohibit the use of any camera deemed unacceptable.

Prohibited items include: – Outside food & drinks – Laptops – Signs – Seatbacks – Noisemakers – Hard sided cups – Animals* – Weapons of any kind

* – Orlando Venues welcomes guide or assistance dogs utilized by the disabled or visually impaired.

If you happened to bring a bag unsuited for the stadium’s policy and you don’t feel like taking the shuttle or walking back to your car then your in luck. Camping World Stadium offers mobile lockers. Lockers are available near Church Street and Rio Grande Avenue and are $10 per locker.

Don’t forget to commemorate the memory or waste time walking around the stadium looking for merch tables. The show has three merch stands throughout the arena, they can be found here: Field Level // east and west concourses Plaza Level // outdoor Plaza Lounge (east and west sides) and SE / SW concourses Floor Level // Merchandise trailer behind soundboard

A great one for Crue to kick off their set with. Bring the big energy from the start.

An early classic from when the band really took off in 1983… Vince did this one in Tampa at the Hard Rock a few months ago and sounded better than he had in years.

Going back even further for this one from their debut album in 1981.

Fast forward to 1989 for this one from the Dr. Feelgood album.

Surprised to see this one make the set list.  It’s a song from their album when the band all got back together in 2008.

Back to the early days in 1981 for this one. It was the band’s first single.  It wasn’t as big of a hit as they’d see later in the 80s, but it ranks at #17 on VH1’s list of the 40 greatest metal songs of all time.

This one sounded great in Tampa too earlier this year at Vince Neil’s solo show.

A new song that was released to promote the movie of the same name.

Rock and Roll Part 2, Smokin’ in the Boys Room, White Punks on Dope, Helter Skelter and Anarchy in the UK.

Crue slows it down for what is still their most requested song.

He’s the one that makes ya feel alright.

Another one from Dr. Feelgood.

A classic B-side from Looks That Kill.

A must. The perfect soundtrack for cruising Dale Mabry late at night.

One of 3 originals the band recorded for their Greatest Hits album in the 90s.

Years gone by we’d say they’ve kicked some ass.

Bold choice – a new song from the band to kick off their set. Don’t worry. The classics are coming.

The band’s first single from Hysteria in 1987.

Another early 80s gem from Pyromania.

Another new one from the group… their newest single.

The band’s 4th Top 10 hit from 1987.

Slowing it down for a bit with this one.  Even though their songs still to come are considered their best known songs, this is the only Def Leppard song to ever hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

One of the deeper cuts from Hysteria in 1987.

If you cringe when you hear “Here’s another one from the new album,” sorry. This is another one from the new album.

This one’s performed acoustic on the tour.

Part of a Joe Elliott solo.

The intro to this one is a great way to bring the energy back up after the ballads.

One more ballad from the band’s early years.

Debate on the origin of this title. Steve Clark wrote the song and it’s been said it’s the date (June 2) he lost his virginity.

The title track to the band’s best selling album they ever had.

Fun (or weird) fact… they once performed this one with Taylor Swift on CMT.

Great classic to kick off the set… Oh My God.

A fun arena rock anthem from Flesh and Blood in the early 90s.

You won’t get many deep cuts or “Here’s one from the new album” from Poison. They know what fans want.

My personal favorite Poison song.  Brings back the junior high years for sure.  Lock the cellar door.

Man the lyrics to this one hit in 2022 don’t they? Probably even more so than they did in the 90s.

Pretty sure this is the only Kenny Loggins cover you’ll hear on the tour.

Wow…  a cover of Van Halen!? Nice.

Another great one from the band’s early days. It was the band’s second song from Open Up and Say…Ahh!

The first single from Flesh and Blood in 1990.

You’d think this would be the end of their set.  It’s not.

Really looking forward to this Guns N’ Roses cover!

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