A legendary music ensemble, Aerosmith, shall embark on a final tour to commemorate over 50 years of rock and roll excellence. The tour, aptly named “Peace Out,” will launch on the 2nd of September in Philadelphia and cover 40 locations, culminating in Montreal on the 26th of January. Notably, Boston, the group’s place of origin, will host the band on New Year’s Eve. In an interview with The Associated Press, guitarist Joe Perry expressed his sentiments, stating that the band has gleaned essential staging and production insights from their Las Vegas residency shows.
Aerosmith, the iconic rock band, has announced their final tour, named the “Peace Out” tour, after 50 years of performing. The tour will feature all the founding band members, who are over the age of 70, including lead singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry. The band is looking forward to performing their classic hits, including “Crazy,” “Janie’s Got a Gun,” and “Livin’ on the Edge.”
The tour will feature 40 dates, with the possibility of additional cities being added before it concludes. Although drummer Joey Kramer will not be participating due to his focus on family and health, the band promises to deliver an unforgettable experience.
Aerosmith has won four Grammys and made history with their collaboration with Run-DMC on “Walk This Way,” which bridged the gap between rock and hip-hop. The band has also performed at the Super Bowl halftime show and had their own theme park attraction at Disney World.
PEACE OUT! After 50 years, 10 world tours, and playing for over 100 million fans… It's time for one last go!
— Aerosmith (@Aerosmith) May 1, 2023
Despite the finality of the tour, Perry believes that it may continue for a while, with the possibility of returning to some cities for the last time. However, this tour will provide an opportunity for the band to celebrate their 50 years of success and perform for their dedicated fans.