AEROSMITH’s “Peace Out” farewell tour has encountered a setback due to lead vocalist Steven Tyler’s recent vocal cord injury. The band, in a recent statement, has made the decision to postpone the entire tour, which was previously scheduled. This development comes on the heels of AEROSMITH having already rescheduled six tour performances to allow Tyler sufficient time to recover from his vocal ailment.
In their official statement, the band expressed their regret to their fans, explaining that Steven Tyler’s vocal injury is more severe than initially anticipated. According to his doctor, Tyler not only sustained damage to his vocal cords but also a fracture to his larynx, necessitating ongoing medical attention. While he is receiving top-notch medical care to expedite his recovery, the nature of the fracture demands patience. Consequently, all the currently planned “Peace Out” shows have been postponed until 2024, with the promise of new dates being revealed as soon as more information becomes available.
Steven Tyler himself expressed his disappointment, saying, “I am deeply saddened that I can’t be on stage with AEROSMITH, my bandmates, and the amazing BLACK CROWES, performing for the best fans in the world. I assure you that we will return at the earliest opportunity!”
For those who have already purchased tickets, rest assured that they will remain valid for the rescheduled dates. Additionally, a refund option will be made available for those who are unable to attend the concerts once the new dates are confirmed.