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Poison singer Bret Michaels performs during a sold-out show at the Pearl concert theater at the Palms Casino Resort August 17, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rock group is touring in support of the new album of cover songs, "Poison'd!"

After years of delays, The Stadium Tour is finally a reality. Last night the tour kicked off in Atlanta and we have the list of songs you’re likely to hear when Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett will play when they get to Florida this weekend. The tour will be down in Miami Saturday night and then at Camping World Stadium in Orlando Sunday afternoon.

  • MOTLEY CRUE: Wild Side

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

  • Shout at the Devil

    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.

  • Too Fast for Love

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

  • Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)

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

  • Saints of Los Angeles

    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.

  • Live Wire

    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.

  • Looks That Kill

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

  • The Dirt

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

  • Medley

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

  • Home Sweet Home

    Crue slows it down for what is still their most requested song here on Q105.

  • Dr. Feelgood

    He’s the one that makes ya feel alright.

  • Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)

    Another one from Dr. Feelgood.

  • Piece of Your Action

    A classic B-side from Looks That Kill.

  • Girls, Girls, Girls

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

  • Primal Scream

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

  • Kickstart My Heart

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

  • DEF LEPPARD: Take What You Want

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

  • Animal

    The band’s first single from Hysteria in 1987.

  • Foolin'

    Another early 80s gem from Pyromania.

  • Fire It Up

    Another new one from the group… their newest single.

  • Armageddon It

    The band’s 4th Top 10 hit from 1987.

  • Kick

    Another new one from 2022.

  • Love Bites

    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.

  • Excitable

    One of the deeper cuts from Hysteria in 1987.

  • This Guitar

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

  • Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad

    This one’s performed acoustic on the tour.

  • Two Steps Behind

    Part of a Joe Elliott solo.

  • Rocket

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

  • Bringin' on the Heartbreak

    One more ballad from the band’s early years.

  • Switch 625

    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.

  • Hysteria

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

  • Pour Some Sugar On Me

    The karaoke classic.

  • Rock of Ages

    Gunter glieben glauten globen.

  • Photograph

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

  • POISON: Look What the Cat Dragged In

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

  • Ride the Wind

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

  • I Want Action

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

  • Talk Dirty To Me

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

  • Something To Believe In

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

  • Your Mama Don't Dance

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

  • Eruption

    Wow…  a cover of Van Halen!? Nice.

  • Fallen Angel

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

  • Unskinny Bop

    The first single from Flesh and Blood in 1990.

  • Every Rose Has Its Thorn

    Iconic must-do ballad.

  • Nothin' but a Good Time

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

  • Welcome to the Jungle

    Really looking forward to this Guns N’ Roses cover!

  • JOAN JETT: Victim of Circumstance

    An often forgotten one from the I Love Rock n’ Roll album.

  • Cherry Bomb

    A song from Joan’s days with The Runaways.

  • Light of Day

    Remember this one from the 80s movie with Michael J. Fox?

  • You Drive Me Wild

    Maybe not one of her greatest hits but it was on her 2010 Greatest Hits album.

  • Everyday People

    Joan’s cover of the Sly Stone classic.

  • Fake Friends

    Title track from Joan’s third studio album in 1983.

  • Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)

    A song written by Gary Glitter Joan released in 1982.

  • I Love Rock 'n' Roll

    The 80s anthem most will be waiting for.  Most don’t know this actually a cover of a song originally done by The Arrows in 1975.

  • Crimson & Clover

    Joan’s not the only one who covered this one by Tommy James and the Shondells.  Prince released a version too.

  • (I'm Gonna) Run Away

    Another one from the I Love Rock ‘n Roll album from 1981.

  • Bad Reputation

    This one’s had a big resurgence over the past few years as it has been used by former UFC fighter, now WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey.

  • I Hate Myself for Loving You

    Been waiting all day for Sunday … June 19?

  • Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay

    Theme song for the day? A cover of a song from Danny & The Juniors in 1958.