Motley Crue bucks the trend of sky high ticket prices, but why? 

Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil told Fox News in an interview that he just likes to provide the concert goer with a "hundred-dollar show", even if they only paid ten bucks for the ticket. Neil says the band gives their all during every show and adds that he hurts head to toe after each performance.

The production value on their current tour is supposed to be along the same lines - if not bigger than - their earlier tours and says Tommy Lee's epic drum solos (including a new drum roller coaster. Oh yes.) are one of the bigger elements of the show.

I am here to tell you Vince speaks only the truth. I saw Vince Neil at last year's Halfway Jam and he performed for more than an hour in the rain. The ticket is worth every penny.

Tickets are still available for the Motley Crue/Poison/New York Dolls show at the Target Center this Friday. Prices range from $25-$95 not including applicable taxes and fees.

If you're on the fence about going. Watch this video. It will likely change your mind.