Joe Perry On Aerosmith’s Future: “The Band Is Gonna Stay Pretty Active Over The Next Few Years”

It looks like Aerosmith will remain in active duty for at least a few more years, so they can celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2020. Joe Perry told Associated Press the following:

“I thing that we’re gonna keep going. The way it looks to me is the band is gonna stay pretty active over the next few years ’cause our fiftieth anniversary is coming up in two years, of when the band got together, and we’d like to see that happen.”

Steve Tyler added:

“I don’t know if it’ll continue forever, but as long as the band is playing the way it is right now, it’s gonna be for a long time.”

Aerosmith Announce “Aero-Vederci Baby” European Tour

Aerosmith have announced the first set of shows on their “Aero-Vederci Baby” farewell tour. So far, only European dates have been announced.

Tour Dates:

5/17 — Tel Aviv, Israel — Hayarkon Park
5/20 — Batumi, Georgia — Black Sea Arena
5/23 — Moscow, Russia — Olympiski
5/26 — Munich, Germany — Konigsplatz
5/30 — Berlin, Germany — Waldbuhne
6/02 — Krakow, Poland — Tauron Arena
6/05 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Royal Arena
6/08 — Sölvesborg, Sweden — Sweden Rock Festival
6/11 — Castle Donington, UK — Download
6/14 — Dublin, Ireland — 3 Arena
6/17 — Clisson, France — Hellfest
6/20 — Cologne, Germany — Lanxess Arena
6/23 — Florence, Italy — Firenze Rocks Festival
6/26 — Lisbon, Portugal — Meo Arena
6/29 — Madrid, Spain — Rivas Auditorio Miguel Rios
7/02 — Barcelona, Spain — Rock Fest
7/05 — Zurich, Switzerland — Hallenstadion

Joe Perry (Aerosmith) Rushed To Hospital During Hollywood Vampires Show

Aerosmith’s Joe Perry was rushed to a hospital in Coney Island after leaving the stage and collapsing mid-show. According to Page Six, the guitarist was performing with Hollywood Vampires, his side project with Alice Cooper, and Johnny Depp, when he suffered cardiac arrest at around 9:30 p.m. At this point, he seems to be in stable condition.


Cooper reportedly said the following to the crowd:

“If you notice one of our brothers is not onstage with us, he was very sick before the show.”

Fans that saw the incident said Perry was clearly having trouble, and ended up sitting on the drum kit, before exiting the stage. He lost consciousness, and EMTs carried him out on a stretcher.

Joe Perry On Steven Tyler’s Aerosmith “Farewell Tour” Comments: It’s “Definitely Not Confirmed”

Steven Tyler recently said that Aerosmith may be heading out on a “farewell tour” next year. Now, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Joe Perry said that “a farewell tour is definitely not confirmed.”


Here’s his full statement:

“A farewell tour is something we’ve talked about doing for years, let’s say roughly in the last five years. It’s just something the band’s talked about at various times. At this point, the five of us have never sat down and said, ‘It’s time to do it.’ So ‘considering’ is an appropriate word for that statement. A farewell tour is definitely not confirmed.”

Steven Tyler Says Aerosmith Is “Probably Doing a Farewell Tour” In 2017

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Steven Tyler said Aerosmith may be heading out on a “farewell tour” next year. You can see his full statement below.


“I’m doing 30 [solo] shows from May until August, and then in 2017 we go out with Aerosmith. We’re probably doing a farewell tour. Look, there’s two bands that still have the original members, us and the Stones. I’m grateful for that. Whether we do a farewell tour or go into the studio and do another record, I’m just excited about it.”

Aerosmith Announce 2015 “Blue Army” Tour

Aerosmith have announced a summer North America trek that they are calling the “Blue Army” tour. The trek will kickoff June 13 in Arizona.


Tour Dates:

6/13 — Glendale, Ariz. — Gila River Arena
6/24 — Evansville, Ind. — The Ford Center
6/27 — Durant, Okla. — Choctaw Casino Event Center
6/30 — Hidalgo, Texas — State Farm Arena
7/03 — Stateline, Nev. — Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
7/07 — Santa Barbara, Calif. — Santa Barbara Bowl
7/10 — Salinas, Calif. — Salinas Sports Complex
7/13 — Kelowna, British Columbia — Prospera Place
7/16 — Victoria, British Columbia — Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
7/19 — Fort McMurray, Alberta — Shell Place at MacDonald Park
7/22 — Cheyenne, Wyo. — Cheyenne Frontier Days
7/25 — Minot, N.D. — North Dakota State Fair
7/28 — Ridgefield, Wash. — Amphitheater Northwest
8/01 — Las Vegas, Nev. — MGM Grand Garden Arena
8/04 — Grand Rapids, Mich. — Van Andel Arena
8/07 — Canton, Ohio — Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium

Aerosmith Announce 2014 World Tour

Aerosmith have announced the Let Rock Rule World Tour. They will also be bringing along Slash on the North American tour dates. There are over 30 dates worldwide. You can also join The Aeroforce One Fan Club to gain access to presale tickets.

(Image from Aerosmith’s site)


MAY 14 – Itu Stadium Istanbul, Turkey
MAY 17 – Lokomotiv Stadium Sofia, Bulgaria
MAY 21 – Siemens Arena Vilnius, Lithuania
MAY 24 – Olimpiski Moscow, Russia
MAY 27 – Skk Arena St. Petersburg, Russia
MAY 30 – Hartwell Arena Helsinki, Finland
JUN 1 – Tele 2 Arena Stockholm, Sweden
JUN 4 – Odderoya Amfi Krisiansand, Norway
JUN 6 – Faengslet Horsens, Denmark
JUN 9 – O2 World Berlin, Germany
JUN 12 – Lodz Arena, Lodz, Poland
JUN 15 – Download Festival Donnington, UK
JUN 18 – Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany
JUN 21 – Hellfest Festival Clisson, France
JUN 25 – Fiera Arena Milan, Italy
JUN 28 – Clapham Common London, UK
JUL 2 – National Sports Complex ‘olimpiyski Kiev, Ukraine
JUL 10 – Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
Wantagh, NY
JUL 13 – McLennan Park Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
JUL 16 – Xfinity Center Mansfield, MA
JUL 19 – Rock Fest Cadott, WI
JUL 22 – Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, OH
JUL 25 – First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Tinley Park, IL
JUL 30 – The Forum Inglewood, CA
AUG 2 – MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas, NV
AUG 5 – St. Regis Resort-Outdoors Dana Point, CA
AUG 8 – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena At Harveys Stateline, NV
AUG 13 – Sleep Train Pavilion Concord, CA
AUG 16 – The Gorge Amphitheatre George, WA
AUG 19 – Pepsi Center Denver, CO
AUG 22 – American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
AUG 25 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, TX
AUG 28 – Phillips Arena Atlanta, GA
AUG 31 – Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
Atlantic City, NJ
SEP 3 – Prudential Center Newark, NJ
SEP 6 – Jiffy Lube Live Bristow, VA
SEP 9 – DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, MI
SEP 12 – Open Hearth Park Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada