Aerosmith are playing at Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena as part of their 50th anniversary tour – here's how to get tickets

Legendary American rock band Aerosmith are set to perform at Sheffield’s FlyDSA Arena in one of only three UK dates on their 50th anniversary tour next year.

Tuesday, 8th December 2020, 5:28 pm
Updated Tuesday, 8th December 2020, 5:40 pm

Aerosmith, with Steven Tyler on vocals, Joe Perry and Brad Whitford on guitar, Tom Hamilton on bass and Joey Kramer on drums are a living piece of American music history, having sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, won countless awards and been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The band have announced that they are adding Sheffield as the third UK stop on their European tour. They are also playing in Manchester and London, and have dates lined up in a number of countries including Switzerland, France, Spain, Poland and Denmark.

Their Sheffield performance will take place on Friday, July 2 next year, and tickets are set to go on general sale from 9am on Friday, December 11.

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Aerosmith are set to play Sheffield's Fly DSA Arena in July 2021. Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 11

The band were forced to reschedule a tour this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the string of arena dates will mark half a century of Aerosmith, following on from the group’s recent Las Vegas residency.

Aerosmith have won four Grammys, eight American Music Awards, six Billboard Awards, and 12 MTV Video Music Awards.

They are also known for crossing genre boundaries, taking home a Soul Train Award for Best Rap Single for their Run DMC collaboration Walk This Way.

This year, Aerosmith were honoured by the Recording Academy with the 2020 MusiCares Person of the Year award.

Aerosmith are set to play Sheffield's Fly DSA Arena in July 2021. Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 11

Visit the FlyDSA arena’s website at to buy tickets for the Sheffield date.


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