The new dates start with a city that actually isn’t in Europe, but in Tel Aviv, Israel, May 17. After that, Aerosmith hits Batumi, Georgia, on May 20 and stays on the continent until July 5, when the band plays in Zurich, Switzerland.
Along the way, festivals like Hellfest, Sweden Rock Festival, Rock Fest Barcelona and Download Festival are all on the routing, which will give massive numbers of fans the chance to see the Bad Boys from Boston one more time.
The group was on tour in South America and Mexico recently and last played the U.S. at Kaboo Del Mar in September.
Check out the tour trailer video below:
Steven Tyler recently told Howard Stern that the band was coming to an end, saying “We’re doing a farewell tour, but only because it’s time.” Guitarist Joe Perry played as a part of the Hollywood Vampires earlier this year and Tyler recently released a solo album full of country/pop music, so the band members’ energies do increasingly seem to be elsewhere.
Here is the plan:
May 17 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Hayarkon Park
May 20 – Shekvetili, Georgia, Black Sea Arena
May 23 – Moscow, Russia, Olympic Stadium
May 26 – Munich, Germany, Konigsplatz
May 30 – Berlin, Germany, Waldbühne Berlin
June 2 – Krakow, Poland, Tauron Arena Kraków
June 5 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena
June 8 – Solvesborg, Sweden, Sweden Rock Festival Grounds (Sweden Rock Festival)
June 11 – Derby, United Kingdom, Donington Park (Download Festival)
June 14 – Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
June 17 – Clisson, France, Hellfest Grounds (Hellfest)
June 20 – Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena
June 23 – Florence, Italy, Arena Visarno (Firenze Rocks Festival)
June 26 – Lisbon, Portugal, Meo Arena
June 29 – Madrid, Spain, Auditorio Miguel Rios Rivas
July 2 – Barcelona, Spain, Parc de Can Zam (Rock Fest Barcelona)
July 5 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion Zurich
Hellfest is already sold out, but tickets to other festivals are available now. General onsales for select headline dates start Nov. 18. Learn more at Aerosmith.com.