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Eminem appears in the video of Aerosmith farewell tour announcement




For Aerosmith, it appears to be the end of the road.

The legendary rock band have announced the Peace Out Tour, which will include a September 18, 2023 stop at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

“After 50 years, 10 world tours and playing for over 100 million fans, it’s time for one last go,” the band said in Monday’s announcement. Eminem — who tapped Aerosmith’s “Dream On” for his 2002 hit “Sing for the Moment” from The Eminem Show album — is among the stars featured in a video touting the news.

In the video, Slim Shady is in disbelief of the breaking news that informs us about Aerosmith’s farewell tour: “Oh what the mother…” Em says in the clip. At the end of the trailer, “Dream On” is playing.

Last year, Eminem and Steven Tyler hit the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame stage together to perform “Sing For The Moment.” We believe the two music icons will team up again in September in Detroit!

Check out Aerosmith, Peace Out Tour, 2023 concert schedule and the trailer, featuring Eminem, Sir Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton and more below.

Sept. 2: Philadelphia — Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 6: Pittsburgh — PPG Paints Arena
Sept. 9: Belmont Park, N.Y. — UBS Arena
Sept. 12: Toronto — Scotiabank Arena
Sept. 15: Chicago — United Center
Sept. 18: Detroit — Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 21: Cleveland – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Sept. 24: Raleigh, N.C. — PNC Arena
Sept. 27: Washington, D.C. — Capital One Arena

Oct. 11: Tampa — Amalie Arena
Oct. 14: Atlanta — State Farm Arena
Oct. 17: Charlotte — Spectrum Center
Oct. 20: Sunrise, Fla. — FLA Live Arena
Oct. 23: Austin — Moody Center
Oct. 26: St Louis — Enterprise Center
Oct. 29: Indianapolis — Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Nov. 1: San Antonio — AT&T Arena
Nov. 4: Tulsa, Okla. — BOK Center
Nov. 7: Dallas — American Airlines Center
Nov. 10: Omaha, Neb. — CHI Health Center
Nov. 13: St Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center
Nov. 16: Kansas City — T-Mobile Center
Nov. 19: Denver — Ball Arena
Nov. 22: Salt Lake City — Vivint Arena
Nov. 25: Portland, Ore. — Moda Center
Nov. 28: Seattle — Climate Pledge Arena

Dec. 1: San Francisco — Chase Center
Dec. 4: San Jose, Calif. — SAP Center
Dec. 7: Los Angeles — The Kia Forum
Dec. 10: Phoenix — Footprint Center
Dec. 28: Newark, N.J. — Prudential Center
Dec. 31: Boston — TD Garden

Jan. 4: Cincinnati — Heritage Bank Arena
Jan. 7: Louisville — KFC Yum! Center
Jan. 10: Nashville — Bridgestone Arena
Jan. 13: Knoxville, Tenn. — Thompson-Boling Arena
Jan. 16: Buffalo, N.Y. — KeyBank Center
Jan. 19: New York — Madison Square Garden
Jan. 23: Columbus — Schottenstein Center
Jan. 26: Montreal — Bell Centre