Say goodbye to Mötley Crüe in Las Vegas when the group calls it quits

Say goodbye to Mötley Crüe in Las Vegas when the group calls it quits
Mötley Crüe books a December date in Las Vegas for the group's farewell tour. (Mötley Crüe)

Mötley Crüe says this tour is it. After going on a massive All Bad Things Must Come To An End tour, vocalist Vince Neil, bassist Nikki Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars say they're done with life on the road for good.

Now you can get in on that final goodbye when Mötley Crüe takes over the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, Dec. 27.

"We want to say goodbye to as many fans as possible so we added these shows around the holidays. No better way to spend them than with the people who have supported us over all these years," Sixx says in a press statement.

This huge going-away tour started in January 2014 when the band signed what they call a "cessation of touring agreement." Last year alone the tour grossed $45 million across 72 cities. Mötley Crüe is currently coming off the goodbye to Japan leg of the tour.

Sex, drugs and rock and roll are the calling cards of this L.A.-based rock band of 34 years. Hits such as "Home Sweet Home," "Kickstart My Heart," "Girls, Girls, Girls," "Shout at the Devil" and "Dr. Feelgood" drove this hair band that has album sales exceeding $80 million, seven platinum or multi-platinum albums, 22 Top 40 mainstream rock hits and three Grammy nominations. In 2013, the Crüe had a sold-out residency at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 24, but prices weren't announced.

Tickets: MGM Grand box office, (877) 880-0880