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Last Child - Aerosmith Experience with guest AZIZ

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Last Child - Aerosmith Experience with guest AZIZ
Last Child performs from the all-time classics to the newer vintage. Last Child brings the high energy performance with hit after hit of America's longest standing all-American rock band..... Aerosmith! The band is comprised of talented musicians, bonded together to recreate and celebrate 50 years of the music in what can only be described as the “Aerosmith Experience"! One of San Antonio's old-school rockers from the glory days of Sneaker's and hair metal, AZIZ, will be opening the night with their own high energy set. Buy tickets before they are sold out.

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