The wait continues for two big shows at the home of the Boston Red Sox.

Concerts are beginning to come back, but some tours won't start until 2022. Of the concerts on the schedule at Fenway Park in Boston, two have been pushed to 2022 so far. First, Motley Crue will push their shows to August 5 and 6, 2022. The band says the decision to reschedule a second time was made in an effort to play all of the previously scheduled shows.

Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts remain on the bill. Ticket holders are urged to hold on to them, as they'll be honored on the new date.

The second show to be pushed to 2022 is Aerosmith. The Bad Boys Out of Boston said, "while we know that means you have to wait a bit longer, we feel confident the right move in order to ensure we give you all the show you deserve for everyone who has held onto their ticket to see the show." Ticket holders are urged to hold on to them, as they'll be honored on the new date.

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So far, the schedule at Fenway includes seven concerts. The first show is August 3, with Guns 'N Roses. The show was originally set for July 21, 2020. Green Day rescheduled their Hella Mega Tour stop to August 5. Fall Out Boy and Weezer will open the show. Previously purchased tickets to all of the rescheduled shows will be honored on the new dates.

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