Steven Tyler Tour
In support of his most recent solo venture, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has announced a new tour for the summer of 2016. The rock icon will be debuting his latest country material live, along with playing several beloved Aerosmith classics, at this upcoming tour, which is slated to begin in early July and extend through September.
See all upcoming Steven Tyler tour dates for 2016 at the bottom of the page.
Stripped Down Performances to Make Up Steven Tyler Tour Setlist
At the time of his tour announcement, Tyler has not yet released his impending solo album, which will have a decided country influence. So far the famed rock singer has dropped two singles from the Americana-focused album, including “Love Is Your Name” and “Red, White, and You.” It’s expected that these new songs, plus others off the forthcoming album, will be featured in his upcoming live shows.
Tyler also told USA Today that his 2016 tour will highlight a number of Aerosmith’s greatest hits reworked for an intimate live performance. In addition to playing these much-loved Aerosmith songs, Tyler will tell the lesser-known stories behind the writing of hits like “Sweet Emotion” and “Dream On.”
The backing group for the Steven Tyler 2016 tour will be Loving Mary, a band that’s fittingly based out of Nashville.
Steven Tyler Tour Dates 2016
Steven Tyler Tour
July 2 - Venetian Theatre, Las Vegas, Nev.
July 5 - Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, Calif.
July 8 - Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, Wash.
July 10 - Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, B.C.
July 14 - The Masonic, San Francisco, Calif.
July 20 - Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, Ariz.
July 23 - Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver, Colo.
July 26 - Bass Concert Hall, Austin, Texas
July 29 - Brown Theater at Wortham Center, Houston, Texas
Aug. 1 - Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas
Aug. 13 - Chicago Theatre, Chicago, Ill.
Aug. 17 - Andrew Jackson Hall at TPAC, Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 23 - Warner Theatre, Washington, D.C.
Aug. 29 - Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Fla.
Sept. 1 - Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, Atlanta, Ga.
Sept. 4 - Wang Theatre, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 7 - Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sept. 10 - Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, R.I.
Sept. 13 - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ont.