Aerosmith Extends Its 'Global Warming Tour'
The rock icons add 14 dates to the tour's second leg
Age isn't slowing down Aerosmith.
The iconic rockers spent most of the summer filling arenas with its "Global Warming" tour and today the band added second leg to the jaunt which will have the group visiting 14 cities in the span of roughly 30 days throughout the fall.
The tour is in support of the band's upcoming studio album, "Music From Another Dimension," which is scheduled to be released Nov. 6. Along with being the band's first record of new original material in more than 10 years and its 15th studio record overall, "Music From Another Dimension" features a few high-profile collaborators including Carrie Underwood, who duets with Steven Tyler on "Can't Stop Loving You," and Johnny Depp who sings backup vocals on the song "Freedom Fighter."
Here are the tour dates:
Nov. 8 Oklahoma City, Okla. - Chesapeake Energy Arena
Nov. 11 Wichita, Kan. - Intrust Bank Arena
Nov. 14 Kansas City, Mo. - Spring Center
Nov. 16 Austin, Texas - Frank Erwin Center
Nov. 20 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Nov. 23 Atlantic City, NJ - Revel Resorts-Ovation Hall
Nov. 25 Columbus, Ohio - Nationwide Arena
Nov. 27 Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre
Dec. 1 Las Vegas, Nev. - MGM Grand Garden Arena
Dec. 3 Los Angeles, Calif. - Staples Center
Dec. 6 New Orleans, La. - New Orleans Arena
Dec. 9 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - BB&T Center
Dec. 11 Tampa, Fla. - Tampa Bay Times Forum
Dec. 13 Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena