Back in the saddle again! Aerosmith‘s official Instagram has revealed that the group’s famed drummer Joey Kramer will be making appearances with the group. The Aerosmith drummer has been out of action for quite some time with a broken foot and hasn’t played with the band in months. Also, there have been rumors circulating about his retirement as well. Steven Tyler announced a couple of months ago that Kramer had broken his foot, and he even came onstage to say hello
However, there is good news. Kramer will be doing a question and answer sessions as part of an available VIP package to fans that wish to buy tickets and that upgrade to an upcoming Aerosmith Las Vegas “Deuces Are Wild” residency show.
An Aerosmith member going broke on tour was revealed a couple of days ago. According to the official Aerosmith Instagram, the VIP experience, which is being billed as the “Viva Las Vegas” package includes the following accommodations:
– (1) Reserved ticket in the first 15 rows or (1) General Admission VIP Ticket
-Access to the pre-show Q&A with Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton and Brad Whitford
– Joey, Tom and Brad share intimate details of what makes the music happen
-Photo Opportunity with Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton and Brad Whitford
-Exclusive Backstage tour – go behind the scenes of the Aerosmith show with your Aerosmith VIP Host
-Aerosmith merchandise – exclusive to VIP Packages
-Commemorative Aerosmith Meet & Greet Laminate
-Dedicated VIP Entrance
-On Site VIP Host”
This Aerosmith member was recently stunned by Disneyland arrest. Fans of Aerosmith reacted to the news of the VIP package via the group’s official Facebook page and on Instagram. Lisa wrote via Facebook: “One of the best rock bands that are still rockin’ it. So glad to have seen you a few times and would gladly go again. Maybe this time I could meet the band. Perhaps this bucket list item will be checked off someday. Sure hope so”
Dale replied: “I cannot afford to meet them but I won’t put them down for it because I love their music and have been to their concerts at which time I had a chance to see them up close. No I didn’t get to meet and greet but I did enjoy the show. For about $50.00. However, if I ever become financially capable to pay $2500 to meet and greet them I probably will and in the meantime I’m happy for those who get to meet and greet and I’m happy that Aerosmith is making money and still entertaining!”
And on Instagram, pattyconigmcdermott responded: “This is the best meet and greet you will ever go to! The guys are so interactive, long Q&A, they jam for you, pictures with them, and the tour of the museum!”
If you are you are interested in buying Aerosmith VIP ticket packages, you can do so HERE.