Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee's drum kit had during the last concert-ever on 31. December, which at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California held, a malfunction. See here what was going on there and the tearful farewell the band.
Tommy Lee’s Trommel Stunt, „The Crüecifly„, a machinery, which sends him on a platform with his drums on a roller coaster-like track on the ceiling of the hall above the heads of the audience. Standing on his head sitting. With bass music and gimmicks. Actually a huge show at each Mötley Concert. But during the last concert of the band, remained the coaster drum car suddenly just upside down and moved either before- nor backward. The Road Crew Members were still trying to repair the part, but Tommy had to climb down from the platform and commented:
It looks like the roller coaster is broken. Well, fuck the roller coaster! Come on, guys, help. Come get me. I can’t believe this is happening on the last night. I knew something wasn’t right when I took off.
The drum kit was ultimately rolled back on stage without Tonny manually, so the drummer could play his set to end.
A review of the last concert of Motley Crue in Basel Switzerland you can find here. The last concert ever moving fans and band very, as evidenced by the following video. When this came to an end, sat bassist Nikki Sixx the point:
Maybe a year from now, somebody’s gonna look at you and say, ‚Remember that band Mötley Crüe? They were pretty cool.‘ And you know what you’re gonna say? ‚Well, fuck you, because I was at their last concert ever!‘