While we are wicked pumped to see so many shows being added to WBLM Concert Calendar each day, there's one very big one that we now have to wait for until next year.

Aerosmith had a hometown show originally scheduled to celebrate their 50th Anniversary at Boston's historic Fenway Park on September 18, 2020.

Last July, it really came as no surprise that the date would be rescheduled due to the ongoing pandemic. That new Fenway date was set for September 14, 2021.

Today we got the news that the date will be moved a second time to September 8, 2022.

The announcement that the show will be rescheduled to next year was made today on their Facebook page.

If you already have tickets, they will be honored on the new date.

We will absolutely be ready to celebrate to salute over 5 decades with America's Greatest Rock N' Roll Band and bring the Aeroforce tribe together again in 2022.
No question there...truly worth waiting a bit longer for!


For more information on refunds or to purchase tickets for this show, click here. 
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Watch this awesome reaction from Joey, Tom, Brad, Joe, and Steven and the stories that get stirred up.

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