Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Announces Fall Solo Shows

Joe Perry performing with Hollywood Vampires in 2018 [Matt Bishop Photo]

(TRR) – Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has announed a short solo tour in support of his latest album, 2018’s Sweetzerland Manifesto. The trek kicks off on November 30 at The Anthem at Hard Rock Hote & Casino in Sioux City, IA with stops in Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and more.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale this Friday, October 12 at 10am local time, with a special pre-sale for Joe Perry email list subscribers and social media followers beginning today (October 9); please visit www.joeperry.com for more details. In addition, special VIP packages (which include a Meet and Greet, ticket to the show, and more) will be available starting tomorrow (Wednesday, October 10).

The rock and roll icon will be joined by fellow Aerosmith axman Brad Whitford and veteran rock vocalist Gary Cherone (Extreme, ex-Van Halen). In addition to select songs from his solo catalogue, Perry will play some rare Aerosmith gems from the band’s early records including Get Your WingsToys In The AtticRocks, and more.

Fri 11/30 Sioux City, IA Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sat 12/1 West Dundee, IL RocHaus
Sun 12/2 Detroit, MI Crowfoot Ballroom
Tue 12/4 New York, NY PlayStation Theater
Wed 12/5 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
Fri 12/7 Cherokee, NC Harrah’s Cherokee Casino
Tue 12/11 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
Thu 12/13 Pasadena, CA The Rose
Sat 12/15 Beverly Hills, CA Saban Theatre
Sun 12/16 Agoura Hills, CA
The Canyon

Joe Perry performing with Hollywood Vampires in 2018 [Matt Bishop Photo]

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