Aerosmith has announced 17 additional dates for their headlining Las Vegas residency at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort.
America’s pre-eminent rockers have added 17 dates to its “Deuces are Wild” series at Park Theater at Park MGM, from Sept. 21 through Dec. 4. The new set of shows, made possible for hot sales to the original schedule, brings the total number of Aerosmith dates at the theater this year to 35. (Las Vegas review Journal)
The specific dates are Sept. 21, 23, 26, 28; Oct. 1, 3, 6, 8; Nov. 14, 16, 19, 21, 24, 26, 29; and Dec. 1 and 4.
Tickets start at $75 (not including fees) and are onsale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster.com/aerosmith.
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The band’s famed lineup of Steven Tyler on vocals, Joe Perry on lead guitar, Brad Whitford on rhythm guitar, Tom Hamilton on bass and Joey Kramer on drums have sold more than 150 million albums internationally and are member of the Rock and Roll Hall of fame.
Aerosmith announced in August their original run of 18 shows. A glance at the schedule shows no back-to-back dates, so Tyler — who still blasts it vocally — can rest his voice.
The show will feature innovative visuals and audio from Aerosmith’s studio work. Giles Martin, son of the late legendary Beatles producer George Martin, who remastered the music for “Love: at the Mirage,” has worked on the band’s theater soundscape.
On Sunday, February 10th, Aerosmith performed at Steven Tyler’s second annual Grammy Awards viewing party at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Hosted by Jane Lynch, the gala celebrated the Grammy Awards with a rock ‘n’ roll performance from Aerosmith alongside a live auction in support of Janie’s Fund, Tyler’s philanthropic initiative for abused girls.
Tyler first launched his Grammy Awards viewing party in 2018, raising more than $2.4 million for the fund and directly helping more than 800 girls with more than 115,000 days of therapeutic care since the fund’s inception in 2015. Recently, the fund also provided $536,000 to expand services for girls who age out of foster care in New York City, Boston, Tennessee, and North Carolina.