Aerosmith Confirms Return to Dolby Live at Park MGM

Legendary band Aerosmith isn’t done with Las Vegas just yet.

The band confirmed it will return to Park MGM with 24 new performance dates at the Dolby Live theater, formerly the Park MGM Theater.

Today’s reminder age is just a number! Fun fact: Steven Tyler’s number happens to be 73.

We knew Aerosmith is a great band, but we never knew they’re also thoughtful.

By that we mean they took time out of their busy schedule to confirm our scoop about Aerosmith returning to Dolby Live. Which we shared a month before the official announcement, as is our way.

Aerosmith has already had a solid run in Las Vegas. They started their residency here in 2019. The group shelved a number of scheduled shows due to the pandemic. Their last show at Park MGM was in February 2020.

To ramp things up even more, the new slate of concerts will be the first-ever shows in Dolby Atmos at Dolby Live.

We’re pretty sure Dolby’s “payment” for naming rights to the theater at Park MGM was installing Dolby Atmos in the theater at Park MGM.

Here’s a list of dates for Aerosmith in 2022:
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Aerosmith was making money hand over fist prior to the pandemic, and you can tell the group is anxious to get back on stage.

In the news release announcing the residency extension, singer and handful Steven Tyler said, “We are locked, cocked and loaded!” Which is only awkward if you know how guns actually work. It’s not the 1700s, dude.

This is the paragraph where we list a few Aerosmith hits to pad the length of our story for SEO purposes. Aerosmith hits include “Dream On,” “Same Old Song and Dance,” “Sweet Emotion,” “Walk This Way,” “Back in the Saddle” and “Come Together.”

We didn’t get to see Aerosmith during the first leg of their Las Vegas residency, so it’s probably time to do so.

We’re curious about Dolby Atmos.

The system is being used in movie theaters, including Regal. Yes, there are still movie theaters.

Dolby Atmos is supposed to deliver a “dramatic, immersive experience,” and sound comes from all directions, including overhead, filling the theater with “astonishing clarity, richness, detail and depth.”

We’re up for any and all of that, and Aerosmith isn’t going to be performing live forever, so put this on your Vegas to-do list.