Aerosmith Embarrassing ‘Small Crowd’ At Show Revealed


Aerosmith fans are having their doubts about the group’s upcoming 2020 European tour and how profitable the endeavor will truly be. According to Aeroforce fan forum member Pillis, tickets can be already had for a relatively inexpensive cost and cited past experience to why certain European cities don’t work quite work as tour stops. This Steven Tyler new ‘drug treatment’ was just revealed.

The fan forum member wrote: “Berlin flopped in 2017, it’s not a rock n roll city apparently. Despite being usually big in Germany they’re OK without Berlin I guess. It’s a pretty long tour tbh I wasn’t expecting so many cities. We should be really happy that at their age after being lazy in Vegas they’re going on the road again.” Steven Tyler revealed a couple of days ago if Aerosmith are ‘retiring’ from touring.

Continuing the user said: “Italian tickets are either 65+fees for the standard standing ticket or 75+fees for the gold pit ticket. Maybe they’re gonna announced VIP seated tickets too but they’re usually far away and not very VIP looking. All in all the pit will be around 82/85€ I guess.”

While another user had this to say: “I hope they sell out these arenas. I don’t quite understand why they are not playing arenas (at the very least) the past decade or more. The Hollywood Vampires should just open for Aerosmith on this tour. I think it would be a lot less stress on Joe then doing two tours.” Steven Tyler recently revealed the last time he used drugs, is he clean?

Tour Dates:

Jun. 13 – Milan, Italy @ iDays festival
Jun. 16 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
Jun. 21 – Dessel, Belgium @ Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun. 24 – Prague, Czech Republic @ O2 Arena
Jun. 30 – Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
Jul. 03 – Madrid, Spain @ Wanda Stadium
Jul. 06 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Altice Arena
Jul. 09 – Vienna, Austria @ Stadthalle
Jul. 12 – Krakow, Poland @ Tauron Arena
Jul. 15 – London, UK @ The O2
Jul. 18 – Manchester, UK @ Arena
Jul. 21 – Middlefart, Denmark @ Rock Under Broen Pladsen
Jul. 24 – Budapest, Hungary @ Puskas Stadium
Jul. 27 – Mönchengladbach, Germany @ Sparkassenpark