Aerosmith have confirmed an appearance at next year’s Glastonbury Festival, and announced a 2020 tour of Europe.
In an email sent to Aerosmith fans this morning (6 December) the list of dates includes a 27 June appearance at the festival, in between their Prague (24 June) and Paris (30 June) dates. This does mean that the band won’t be a headliner, as Paul McCartney has already been confirmed to be headlining on that day. The tour includes the UK dates of 15 July at London’s O2 Arena, and 18 July at the Manchester Arena.
The @glastothingy account on Twitter reposted a screenshot of the email that contained the date:
— The Glasto Thingy (@TheGlastoThingy) 6 December 2019
There has been no other official announcement about the Glastonbury appearance from Aerosmith or the festival organisers – the band’s website lists the same European dates, but missing any mention of the festival. However, it’s possible that further confirmation will follow the fan-exclusive email.
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