Aerosmith is opening their vault and will be kicking off a livestream series where they’ll share never-before-seen concert films spanning their five-decade-long career.

Per the band’s website, the 50 Years Live! From the Aerosmith Vaults series kicks off Friday, July 29 on Aerosmith’s YouTube channel and lasts for five weeks wrapping on Friday, August 26. Each week will highlight a show from the ’70s through the 2010s with all livestreams starting at 3 PM ET/12 PM PT. The shows set to be streamed are the following:

– July 29: Live From The Summit, Houston, TX, 1977 (Draw The Line Tour)
– August 5: Live From The Capital Centre, Landover, MD, 1989 (Pump Tour)
– August 12: Live From The Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheatre, Pittsburgh, PA 1993 (Get A Grip Tour)
– August 19: Live From Comerica Park, Detroit, MI 2003 (Rocksimus Maximus Tour)
– August 26: Live From Arena Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, 2016 (Rock ‘N’ Roll Rumble Tour)

Each concert film has been remastered in HD and will be available to view for one week following their initial premiere. A trailer for 50 Years Live! From the Aerosmith Vaults can be viewed below.

This series is just the latest from Aerosmith’s catalog and archive deal with Universal Music Group (UMG) that they began in August 2021. As we previously reported, Aerosmith’s deal will feature the band’s entire catalog under the UMG umbrella beginning in 2022, instead of being split with Sony Music Entertainment. Additionally, the deal includes access to the band’s “Vindaloo Vaults” and the personal archives of each Aerosmith member.


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