Aerosmith Announces Rescheduled ‘Peace Out’ Tour Dates

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Aerosmith Announces , Rescheduled ‘Peace Out’ Tour Dates.
The veteran rockers postponed their farewell tour nearly seven months ago after singer Steven Tyler "fractured his larynx," CNN reports. .
The band issued a statement
about Tyler's condition at that time.
To our fans: Unfortunately, Steven’s vocal
injury is more serious than initially thought.
His doctor has confirmed that in addition to
the damage to his vocal cords, he fractured
his larynx which requires ongoing care, Aerosmith, via Facebook.
He is receiving the best medical
treatment available to ensure his recovery
is swift, but given the nature of a fracture,
he is being told patience is essential. , Aerosmith, via Facebook.
As a result, all the currently scheduled
PEACE OUT shows must be postponed
to sometime in 2024, with new dates to
be announced as soon as we know more, Aerosmith, via Facebook.
On April 10, the band took to
Instagram to announce that they are
"thrilled" to have rescheduled tour dates.
The tour will begin Sept. 20 in Pittsburgh, PA.
The 40-date run will
end in Buffalo, NY, on Feb. 26.
The Black Crowes will
serve as the supporting act.
"All previously purchased
tickets will be honored for the
rescheduled shows," Aerosmith said.
The farewell North American tour is
intended to be a celebration of the band's
50 years together, CNN reports.