Last Minute Plans: Aerosmith Is Playing A Show In Boston For Free. RIGHT NOW

junkyardarts November 5, 2012 Comments Off on Last Minute Plans: Aerosmith Is Playing A Show In Boston For Free. RIGHT NOW
Last Minute Plans: Aerosmith Is Playing A Show In Boston For Free.  RIGHT NOW

My very first concert was Aerosmith.  My mom took me and Jordi when we were, I dunno, 15? They had long been my favorite band and I was totally pumped to sit on the lawn of Great Woods, behind lots of other people who were much taller than me, just to get a taste of my secret sex gods, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry.

And then I barfed my brains out, in a Port-a-Potty,  from all the pot smoke.

And then Jordi laughed at me.

And then I nearly crapped my pants, in a Port-a-Potty, from the 20-pack of McNuggets I ate on the way there.

And then Jordi laughed at me.

And then my mom disappeared to probably hang out with some hooligans.

And then we resumed the good time!

My mom and I returned to see Aerosmith during this last tour at the Garden.  While there was a literal fist fight happening in our section, a possible domestic disturbance, and old dude cussing out some 40yr old assholes, and the Garden-cops taking half our section away – I wasn’t shitting myself or barfing anywhere and the band sounded AWESOME.  Does it get better than hearing Steven Tyler sing your favorite song A Capella?  No.  It doesn’t.

Well, the boys of Boston are hosting an impromptu concert, for free, as part of a dedication ceremony, the celebrate their latest album dropping on Tuesday, and you know, just to rock our socks off for an afternoon.

Here are the deets:

When: Monday, November 5th

The Stage: 1325 Commonwealth Ave., the apartment building where the rock group got its start

How To Get There: Walk, or Take The T early as shit – Commonwealth Avenue will be closed between Harvard Avenue and Allston Street from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Trolley service on the Green Line B branch will be suspended between Washington Street and Packard’s Corner from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., said MBTA officials, who are encouraging riders to use the nearby C branch or the Route 57 bus to get to and from Kenmore.

Boston.com /

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