AEROSMITH Is Looking For Setlist Suggestions
The web site of AEROSMITH's official fan club, AeroForce One, has been updated with the following message:
"America's greatest rock 'n roll band is back home in the States! Fresh on the heels of an earth-shaking, rock-your-world, international run, the boys are gonna be playing a few more dates in the States before this tour closes its doors.
"Wanna have some say in what AEROSMITH plays?! Well.....here's your chance! The band wants to know what your ultimate AEROSMITH set list would be. Just select the region closest to your hometown (by clicking here) and then pick out the setlist — 15 to 20 AEROSMITH songs (we know, it's hard to just pick 20!) that you wanna hear live, LOUD and in concert!"
Upcoming AEROSMITH shows:
Sep. 08 - Clarkston, MI - Energy Music Theatre
Sep. 10 - Rosemont, IL - Allstate Arena
Sep. 12 - Wantaugh, NY - Jones Beach Ampitheatre
Sep. 14 - Mansfield, MA - Tweeter Center
Sep. 16 - Bristow, VA - Nissan Pavilion
Sep. 18 - Toronto, ON - Molson Ampitheatre
Sep. 20 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
Sep. 22 - Atlantic City, NJ - The Borgata
Sep. 26 - MACC War Memorial Stadium - Maui, Hawaii
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