AEROSMITH/KISS U.S. Tour: First Unconfirmed Dates Released
The first rumored/unconfirmed dates for the forthcoming AEROSMITH/KISS U.S. tour have been released. They are as follows:
Aug. 02 – Hartford, CT @ TBA
Aug. 04 - Wantaugh, NY @ Jones Beach
Aug. 06 – Wantaugh, NY @ Jones Beach
Aug. 11- Homdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 15 – Nobelsville, IN @ TBA
Aug. 21- Burgettstown, PA @ Post-Gazette Pavilion
Sep. 05 – Tinley Park, IL @ TBA
Sep. 06 – East Troy, WI @ TBA
Sep. 23 – Antioch, TN @ TBA
Oct. 08 – Phoenix, AZ @ TBA
As previously reported, the trek will last three months and will feature KISS in the opening slot, with the possibility that there a third act will be added. The tour of approximately 40 dates will be produced by Clear Channel Entertainment and is expected to play 90% amphitheaters, with arenas and possibly a couple of stadiums also in the mix. KISS will perform with Tommy Thayer playing Ace Frehley's parts, and AEROSMITH will reportedly be touring in support of a new Columbia blues album.
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