Better Than: Seeing them on most of their other tours from the past 15 years.
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"If this didn't work out, I don't know where you guys would be," said Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx in the middle of his band's final NYC show. "Maybe you'd be at a Mumford and Sons concert." Sixx's quote and the audience's subsequent boos were all in good fun, but that's the nature of a Mötley Crüe show. Amid the fire, the dancing girls, the moving stages, and the Mumford jokes was three decades of good cheer and memories. For a packed Garden audience, the '80s hair-metal heroes closed the book on their time together. For Crüe, it's only fitting that the final chapter was an excessively debauched party that went out with a series of deafening bangs.More »