Aerosmith's career has spanned four decades and the band has a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. ZZ Top has sold more than 30 million albums and scored hits including "Legs" and "Sharp Dressed Man."
But the show doesn't just have to be for people 30 and over who actually remember the "Legs" video. The tour, after all, is sponsored by "Guitar Hero: Aerosmith," according to Billboard.
"To have to follow them is gonna be a mouthful every night," Perry told Billboard. "and I know it's gonna kick us into overdrive. That sounds like a cliche, but when you play with a band like that ... we'll be out listening a lot 'cause I love them. I always have. And I love Billy (Gibbon)'s playing.
Tickets won't come cheap. Prices range from $125-$175.
Ticketmaster starts selling seats to the show on Saturday morning at 10am. You can call Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000, or visit the company's Web site.