Aerosmith Reportedly Rescheduling More Canadian Dates

After postponing Aerosmith’s Friday show in Winnipeg, Manitoba, because of injuries frontman Steven Tyler sustained from falling off the stage during a show in South Dakota, sources are reporting the band is rescheduling a few more Canadian dates.

Tyler, 61, fell during last Wednesday’s show at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally at Buffalo Chip Campground. The band was playing “Love In An Elevator” when the soundsystem failed. Tyler decided to continue dancing up a storm while the crew did their thing fixing a blown fuse. He missed a step and fell off a runaway, onto the crowd of fans. After being airlifted to a nearby hospital, medics discovered Tyler had broken his left shoulder and needed stitches to the head.

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Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY is reporting that in addition to the Winnipeg show, Tuesday’s Edmonton show, Thursday’s Calgary show and Saturday’s gig in Vancouver are also being rescheduled.

“A rescheduled tour announcement is forthcoming for Winnipeg, Regina, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver,” is reporting on its Aerosmith listings page. “Ticket holders are being asked to keep their ticket(s) as they will be honoured on the rescheduled date. Upon announcement of new concert dates, information for ticket buyers that are unable to attend will be also be released. Stay tuned for more info!”

Aerosmith’s next date on the books following the Canadian gigs is an Aug. 17 show at White River Amphiteatre in Auburn, Wash.

After contacting the band’s management and publicist, Pollstar was informed to expect an official announcement later this afternoon.

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