Aerosmith Announces Farewell Tour “Peace Out” Starting in September

Aerosmith Announces Farewell Tour Peace Out Starting in September

Aerosmith will embark on their final tour “Peace Out” starting from September, with 40 dates across North America, including a stop in the band’s hometown of Boston on New Year’s Eve, before ending in Montreal in January 2024.

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After 50-plus years of rocking the world, Aerosmith, the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band, has announced their final tour, “Peace Out,” starting from September. In this tour, the band will perform in over 40 cities across North America, including their hometown of Boston, to celebrate their legacy. In this article, we’ll discuss the tour details, the reasons behind the farewell, and the band’s accomplishments over the years.

The Farewell Tour Details:

The tour starts on September 2, 2023, in Philadelphia, and ends on January 26, 2024, in Montreal. The band will perform their classic hits, including “Crazy,” “Janie’s Got a Gun,” and “Livin’ on the Edge.” Aerosmith has planned to make their final concert an unforgettable experience for their fans, saying, “We’re opening up Pandora’s Box one last time to present our fans with the Peace Out tour.”

Reasons Behind the Farewell:

With every founding band member over 70, guitarist Joe Perry believes the time to say goodbye is now. The band learned from the staging and production from their recent Las Vegas residency shows, and Perry thinks it’s time to say farewell. He said, “You never know how much longer everybody’s going to be healthy to do this… (we’re) kind of anxious to get back on the road.”

Band Accomplishments:

Over the years, Aerosmith has collected four Grammys and performed the Super Bowl halftime show in 2001. The band even had their own theme park attraction at Disney World in Florida and later in Paris with the launch of the “Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith” ride. In addition, they broke boundaries intersecting rock and hip-hop with their epic collaboration with Run-DMC for “Walk This Way.”


Although the band said the tour will be their final farewell, Perry believes they may come back to the same cities. However, the Peace Out tour is an opportunity for Aerosmith to celebrate their music with their fans one last time. As Perry said, “It’s kind of a chance to celebrate the 50 years we’ve been out here.”