Steven Tyler Announces Out on a Limb Solo Tour

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Steven Tyler performs on stage during the Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 5, 2015 in New York City. 

Steven Tyler wowed the sold-out crowd at Lincoln Center in New York on Monday with a hit-packed ramble through life in rock entitled "Steven Tyler... Out on a Limb." On Wednesday (May 4), the Aerosmith singer announced the dates for his solo North American tour of the same name. 

Steven Tyler Lets It All Hang Out During 'Out on a Limb' Solo Show

The limited-run 19-city tour of intimate venues will find Tyler once again backed by his Nashville-based band Loving Mary, and sharing stories from his long and storied career. The outing kicks off on July 2 with a show at the Venetian Theater in Las Vegas and is currently slated to wind up with a Sept. 13 show at Toronto's Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets for the shows go on sale on May 14.

The full list of dates:

July 2: Las Vegas, NV - Venetian Theater

July 5: Los Angeles, CA - Dolby Theatre

July 8: Seattle, WA - Marion Oliver McCaw Hall

July 10: Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre

?July 14: San Francisco, CA - The Masonic

July 20: Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre

July 23: Denver, CO - Ellie Caulkins Opera House

July 26: Austin, TX - Bass Concert Hall

July 29: Houston, TX - Revention Music Center

Aug. 1: Dallas, TX - Music Hall at Fair Park

Aug. 13: Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre

Aug. 17: Nashville, TN - TBD

Aug. 23: Washington, DC - Warner Theatre

Aug. 29: Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall

Sept. 1: Atlanta, GA - Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Sept. 4: Boston, MA - Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre

Sept. 7: Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music

Sept. 10: Providence, RI - Providence Performing Arts Center

Sept. 13: Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

 

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