ST. LOUIS – Rock bands Aerosmith and The Black Crowes will join forces for a St. Louis concert this fall.

The bands have scheduled a show on Oct. 14, 2024, at the Enterprise Center.

The new St. Louis show comes as part of Aerosmith’s farewell tour across the United States. Aerosmith began the “Peace Out” tour in September 2023 and played a few shows before lead singer Steven Tyler suffered a vocal cord injury. Many shows, including a planned stop in St. Louis, had been postponed until 2024.

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Aerosmith will return to action in September and visit St. Louis within its first 10 stops.

Aerosmith is a four-time GRAMMY Award winning rock band famous for hits such as “Walk This Way,” “Sweet Emotion” and “Dream On.” The band formed in 1970 and has produced 15 studio albums.

“Every night will pay homage to the five decades of Aerosmith’s groundbreaking hits as they celebrate 50 years,” according to a news release from Live Nation. The shows plan to offer a “high-fidelity experience” and use “leading-edge technology.”

The Black Crowes are fresh off their first album release in 15 years and have produced nine studio albums since 1984.

General sale tickets for all rescheduled shows begin Friday at 10 a.m. on