Legendary rock bands Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe are currently on the Australian leg of their joint world tour.
And on Saturday, lead vocalists Joe Elliott and Vince Neil looked to be having the time of their lives as they wowed the crowd at GIANTS Stadium in Sydney.
Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott, 64, cut a striking figure in a monochrome outfit consisting of a black-and-white striped blazer which he paired with a black t-shirt and matching pants.
The Sheffield-born star accessorised with a cross necklace and allowed his long white hair to hang in loose waves around his shoulders.
He was accompanied by his band who looked to be in good spirits as they played their hits to the adoring crowd.
Meanwhile, Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, 62, looked every inch the rock star as he took to the stage in an unbuttoned leather jacket and plunging black singlet.
He completed his striking getup with tie-dyed jeans and a black headband.
The Los Angeles native had the crowd screaming for more as he performed his band’s iconic songs to a roaring crowd.
As the night unfolded, the synergy between Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe electrified the atmosphere.
Joe Elliott’s commanding presence and Vince Neil’s charismatic flair merged seamlessly, bringing an explosive energy that reverberated across the stadium.
The stage was a visual feast, adorned with dynamic lights and effects that accentuated the pulsating beats.
Fans were treated to a sensory journey, with each guitar riff and drumbeat resonating in perfect harmony.
The chemistry between the two iconic frontmen was palpable, showcasing decades of rock ‘n’ roll prowess.