It's a sad day for Aerosmith fans who were supposed to watch the band hold the final leg of their "Aero-Verdeci Baby! Tour" concert series in South America. The Rock Band was scheduled to perform in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Mexico to cap off the concert tour when Steven Tyler encountered "unexpected medical issues" that forced the group to cancel the remaining dates.

Last-minute cancellation

In a statement released on Tuesday, Aerosmith did not provide further details about their lead singer's health condition, but explained that Steven Tyler was advised by his doctors to take a break from performing and touring.

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He was also asked to seek immediate medical care to make a full recovery before he will be allowed to return on stage and perform for his fans.

The band stated that everything will be fine if the vocalist gets to rest and will be given medical treatment for his health condition.

Steven Tyler, on the other hand, apologized to their fans in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Mexico for the last minute cancellation.

The frontman confessed that he felt like he has let the fans down with the sudden cancellation. He, however, emphasized the importance of his health in order continue performing for them in the future. He reassured the fans that he is not in a life-threatening condition although he admitted that he still needs to take some time off to prioritize his health.

The 69-year-old vocalist guaranteed that he will be back healthy and able soon. Although fans were saddened by the cancellation, most of them were still concerned about the singer's condition and have sent their well-wishes for his speedy recovery.

Band returns to Israel after two decades

Aerosmith kicked off their "Aero-Verdeci Baby! Tour" in Israel on May 17.

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About 50,000 fans came to witness their first show in the country after 20 years. The legendary rock band performed some of their greatest hits "Livin' On The Edge" and "Sweet Emotion," as well as their own rendition of "Oh Well" by Fleetwood Mac.

According to a CNN report, Aerosmith's Joe Perry previously fell ill and collapsed during a performance with Johnny Depp in 2016. The guitarist even tried to suppress his disorientation before his body gave up and collapsed backstage. Alice Cooper then announced that their bandmate was not feeling well and went on with the show.

The guitarist immediately released a statement to reassure the fans that he was given the best care following the incident.