Aerosmith set to rock Melbourne

April 19, 2013 by  

International rock and roll legends Aerosmith will be turning up the volume in Melbourne as part of their Global Warming tour.

The band is touring Australia for the first time in 24 years and there are still tickets available for fans who would like to see the group playing live.

The group is playing two gigs – one at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl and another at the Rod Laver Arena. Both events will see the rockers playing a selection of their biggest hits, supported by Australian bands like The Dead Daisies.

Aerosmith have been producing records since the 1970s with hits including Dream On and Get Your Wings. A collaboration with hip-hop group Run DMC in the mid-1980s reignited their fan base and the band has continued to create best-selling songs in recent years, including I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing from the film Armageddon.

With legions of adoring supporters bound to be at the concerts, fans from Braeside who would like to try to get a message across to the band could try banner printing as a way of standing out from the crowd.

The concert at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl takes place on Sunday April 28th. Gates open at 2pm with a huge line up of Australian bands due to entertain the crowd before Aerosmith perform later in the evening.

The gig at the Rod Laver Arena takes place on Saturday May 4th, with doors opening at 6.45pm. For more information, visit Aerosmith’s official website.