Aerosmith announce 2007 European Tour

Steven Tyler and co ready for first eight years

Aerosmith announce 2007 European Tour
Aerosmith are set to return to Europe for the first time in eight years in June of this year.

Fresh from their US tour supported by Motley Crue, and on the back of the 2006 album release of ’The Very Best Of…’ the band will warm up their European leg of their tour with select dates in Dubai and India.

As previously reported, the band will play a UK date at London festival Hyde Park Calling on June 24.

Speaking of their plans, Steven Tyler joked, “I always look forward to touring across the pond because life’s a pisser when you’re European.”

The scheduled Aerosmith dates are as follows:

Dubai, United Arab Emirate, Autodrome (May 31)
Mumbai, India, Bandra Kumla Ground (June 2)
Randers, Denmark, Randers Stadium (6)
Solvesborg, Sweden, Rock Festival, (8)
Frankfurt, Germany, Hessentag Fair (10)
Karlsruhe, Germany, DM Arena (12)
Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle (14)
Venice, Italy, Heineken Festival (16)
Paris, France, Bercy Arena (19)
Dessel, Belgium, Graspop Festival (22)
London Hyde Park Calling (24)
Dublin Marley Park (26)
Cologne, Germany, Cologne Arena (28)
Biddinghuizen, Holland, Arrow Classic Festival (30)
Latvia,TBA, (July 3)
Estonia, TBA (5)
Helsinki, Finland, Hartwell Arena, (7)
St. Petersburg, Russia, SKK Arena (10)
Moscow, Russia, Olympissky Arena (12)

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