Earlier today (Tuesday, April 15), AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry sat down with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on "Access Hollywood Live" and talked about going on the road again. Check out the segment at this location.
AEROSMITH — Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton, and Brad Whitford — and special guest Slash featuring MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS will join forces for "Let Rock Rule", this summer's definitive rock and roll experience.
Promoted exclusively by Live Nation, the "Let Rock Rule" tour kicks off on Thursday, July 10 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh, New York.
AEROSMITH and Slash — longtime friends who've performed together throughout the years — will also take over Boston, Massachusetts (Xfinity Center); Los Angeles, California (The Forum); and San Francisco, California (Sleep Train Pavilion), among other cities, before wrapping Friday, September 12 in Sydney, NS, Canada (Open Hearth Park).
AEROSMITH's North American summer dates will follow the band's overseas dates, kicking off May 14 in Istanbul, Turkey and will hit 16 countries including stops in Russia, France, and the U.K. before wrapping July 2 in Kiev, Ukraine.
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