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Aerosmith Announce 40-Date Farewell Tour ‘Peace Out’ Without Drummer Joey Kramer

Aerosmith are hitting the road one last time! The rock band has announced their final tour: The Peace Out Tour. The 40-date tour will go on from September 2023 to January 2024 and will feature special guests The Black Crowes.

Frontman Steven Tyler, lead guitarist Joe Perry, bassist Tom Hamilton and guitarist Brad Whitford will be uniting for the tour, however, original drummer, Joey Kramer, will not be a part of it. Read on to know the complete venues and ticket details.

Aerosmith Announce Farewell The Peace Out Tour

“It’s not goodbye it’s PEACE OUT! Get ready and walk this way, you’re going to get the best show of our lives,” said the acclaimed band announcing the tour. The group also revealed that John Douglas will be joining them as the drummer instead of Joey Kramer.

“While Joey Kramer remains a beloved founding member of Aerosmith, he has regrettably made the decision to sit out the currently scheduled touring dates to focus his full attention on his family and health. Joey’s unmistakable and legendary presence behind the drum kit will be sorely missed,” read the official statement.

The Peace Out Tour Venues and Dates

The tour will begin in Philadelphia on September 2nd and will see the band performing in 38 more cities including Toronto, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle, San Francisco, and New York before concluding in Montreal on January 26th next year. Here is the full list of venues:

Sep 02: Philadelphia, PA, at Wells Fargo Center

Sep 06: Pittsburgh, PA, at PPG Paints Arena

Sep 09: Belmont Park, at NY: UBS Arena        

Sep 12: Toronto, ON, at Scotiabank Arena     

Sep 15: Chicago, IL, at United Center

Sep 18: Detroit, MI, at Little Caesars Arena 

Sep 21: Cleveland, OH at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

Sep 24: Raleigh, NC, at PNC Arena

Sep 27: Washington, DC, at Capital One Arena

Oct 11: Tampa, FL, at Amalie Arena 

Oct 14: Atlanta, GA, at State Farm Arena

Oct 17: Charlotte, NC, at Spectrum Center

Oct 20: Sunrise, FL, at FLA Live Arena

Oct 23: Austin, TX, at Moody Center

Oct 26: St Louis, MO, at Enterprise Center

Oct 29: Indianapolis, IN, at Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Nov 01: San Antonio, TX, at AT&T Arena 

Nov 04: Tulsa, OK, at BOK Center

Nov 07: Dallas, TX, at American Airlines Center

Nov 10: Omaha, NE, at CHI Health Center

Nov 13: St Paul, MN, at Xcel Energy Center  

Nov 16: Kansas City, MO, at T-Mobile Center

Nov 19: Denver, CO, at Ball Arena     

Nov 22: Salt Lake City, UT, at Vivint Arena

Nov 25: Portland, OR, at Moda Center             

Nov 28: Seattle, WA, at Climate Pledge Arena

Dec 01: San Francisco, CA, at Chase Center    

Dec 04: San Jose, CA, at SAP Center             

Dec 07: Los Angeles, CA, at The Kia Forum  

Dec 10: Phoenix, AZ, at Footprint Center

Dec 28: Newark, NJ, at Prudential Center 

Dec 31: Boston, MA, at TD Garden    

Jan 04: Cincinnati, OH, at Heritage Bank Arena           

Jan 07: Louisville, KY, at KFC Yum! Center    

Jan 10: Nashville, TN, at Bridgestone Arena 

Jan 13: Knoxville, TN, at Thompson-Boling Arena

Jan 16: Buffalo, NY, at KeyBank Center 

Jan 19: New York, NY, at Madison Square Garden

Jan 23: Columbus, OH, at Schottenstein Center 

Jan 26: Montreal, QC, at Bell Centre

The Peace Out Tour Tickets

Tickets for the concerts will go on sale on May 5th at 10 am local time via ticketmaster.com. Joe Perry also revealed that more dates and venues could be added as the tour progresses.

“It’s the final farewell tour, but I have a feeling it will go on for a while. But I don’t know how many times we’ll be coming back to the same cities. It could very possibly be the last time,” he said.

For more news and updates, keep watching this space.

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