Don't miss your last chance to catch Motley Crue on stage when the group's farewell tour comes to the Pepsi Center in Denver on Aug. 2. The aptly named Final Tour will be making one last pass through town this summer along with fellow rock icon, Alice Cooper, so be sure to catch Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, and the crew live one last time.
Pepsi Center Seating Information
The stage for the Motley Crue concert will be arranged in front of Sections 132-144, with reserved seating then offered at each level of the venue and on the floor. The Floor is divided into six sections including AAA, BBB, and CCC closest to the stage, and DDD, EEE, and FFF behind them. The 100 Level then makes up the next areas of Lower Level seating, followed by the Club Level (200), and Upper Level (300). Various suites also are situated throughout the venue; though note that quantities may be extremely limited for purchase for this final show.
Pepsi Center General Information
Guests attending this Pepsi Center concert for Motley Crue are advised to refrain from bringing items such as outside food and drink (including alcohol), noisemakers, audio and video recording equipment, large bags and backpacks, and inflatable objects. Personal, non-professional cameras are usually allowed for concerts, so long as flash is not used, but you might want to check with venue staff in advance for confirmation prior to the concert.
Pepsi Center Parking Information
The Pepsi Center offers nearly 5,000 parking spaces, and the nearby Elitch Gardens also boasts room for roughly 2,000 more if needed. Designated general public lots include the Prius Lot, Tacoma Lot, Tundra Lot, and Valet Parking, while the Camry Lot is typically reserved for those with a VIP parking pass. Additionally, Prius and Tundra also are usually open to permit holders and the Valet Lot features a drop-off and pick-up in close proximity to the entrance/exit.
Pepsi Center Gate Times
Doors generally open an hour before the start of events, but may change without notice. You can contact Pepsi Center staff in advance of the Motley Crue concert for more precise information ahead of the show.