Aerosmith is canceling several Las Vegas residency shows as Steven Tyler enters a treatment program.

Aerosmith canceled their June and July shows a few weeks before returning to their Las Vegas residency. in the statement share On Twitter Tuesday, the iconic rock band said lead singer Stephen Tyler would be unable to perform after entering a treatment program.

Brad Whitford, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, Joe Perry and Stephen Tyler at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York on August 20, 2018.

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The statement said, “As many of you know, our dear brother Steven has been working on sobriety for many years. He continued, “We need foot surgery to prepare for the post-surgery stage and pain management during the process. I voluntarily entered the treatment program for the sake of it.”

According to Park MGM Las Vegas WebsiteThe band’s first show at the Dolby Live Theater was scheduled for June 17th. A residency titled “AEROSMITH: DEUCES ARE WILD” was first opened in April 2019.

Now, Aerosmith will resume residency in September, the band’s statement said.

The band said, “We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused, especially to our most loyal fans who often travel great distances to experience our show.”

Those who purchased tickets from Ticketmaster will receive a full refund, the statement added. If you have purchased your ticket elsewhere, we recommend that you contact the place of purchase for a refund or further information.

Tyler’s Twitter account retweeted the statement, but did not issue a separate statement.

According to the band Website, their next show will be on September 4th in Bangor, Maine. Four days later they play at Boston’s Fenway Park and return to their Las Vegas Residency on September 14th.


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