Most artists celebrate a major anniversary with a new album release or a special concert.  The boys in Aerosmith have planned a big extravaganza that includes raiding the Aerosmith vault.

“50 Years Live!” will feature rare and previously unreleased archival footage of the band through the year.

The party begins on July 29th with the premiere of concert footage from every decade.  This is previously unreleased footage and will be available on the official Aerosmith band page and their YouTube Channel.

The first concert on the roster is the 1977 show in Houston, Texas.  The five “official bootleg” concerts planned all feature multiple camera angles so the fans can see Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, and Brad Whitford in all their glory.  The video used for the anniversary concert are the same footage fans saw on the big video screens during the show.

The Houston performance was taken from multiple night concerts and will premiere at 12 noon Pacific time (3pm in the east) on July 29.  The show is available for just one week then a new show will take its place.

Clips from the show will be available the following day on the YouTube channel.

Other Decades Live performances are:
The 1989 Live at The Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland premiering August 5 with clips available the following day.

The 1993 Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheatre performance in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania premiering August 12 with clips available the following day.

The 2003 Comerica Park performance in Detroit, Michigan, premiering on August 19 with highlight clips available the following day.

The 2016 Mexico City performance at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico to premiere on August 26 with highlight clips available the following day.

Aerosmith is also making a return trip to Las Vegas for their “Deuces are Wild” show at the Dolby Live at Park MGM beginning September 14 and will runt through December 11, 2022.

East coast fans can see Aerosmith on September 4 at the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor and September 8 at Fenway Park.

“Aeromith – 1971: The Road Starts Hear” is available now on CD, vinyl, and streaming.  Previously available as a limited edition cassette and vinyl Special Record Store Day release, the album is now available around the world.

Over the course of their 50 year career, the Grammy Award winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band has amassed over 150 million albums sold around the world.