• July 19, 2024

Aerosmith, a famous rock and roll band, has announced their final tour 2023

Aerosmith, a band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, announced on Monday a farewell tour titled “Peace Out” beginning September 2 to commemorate more than five decades together.

The band, renowned for classics such as Dream On, Walk This Way, and I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing, is planning a 40-date North American tour.

The farewell tour will commence on September 2, 2023, in Philadelphia. It also features a New Year’s Eve stop in Boston, the band’s hometown. The tour will conclude on January 26 in Montreal.

Frontman Steven Tyler, lead guitarist Joe Perry, bassist Tom Hamilton, and guitarist Brad Whitford will participate in the tour. Joey Kramer, the group’s founding percussionist, will not attend the tour.

The band stated in a joint statement, “It’s not goodbye, it’s peace out!”

“I think it’s about time,” said lead guitarist Joe Perry, 72, in an interview with the AP.

“It’s an opportunity to commemorate the 50 years we’ve spent here. “You never know how long everyone will be healthy enough to do this,” Perry said.

“It has been quite some time since we last went on a genuine tour. This performance in Las Vegas was fantastic,” Perry added. “It was enjoyable, but we’re eager to get back on the road.”

Perry stated that it is now time to say farewell, given that every founding member of the band is over the age of 70.

The band had to cancel a portion of their Las Vegas residency last year after vocalist Steven Tyler entered rehab.

1970 saw the formation of Aerosmith in Boston, Massachusetts; the band went on to sell 150 million recordings worldwide and win four Grammys. The band performed the Super Bowl halftime performance in 2001 and even had their own theme park attraction at Disney World in Florida in 1999, and later in Paris.

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