Aerosmith perform in Dunedin

Charlie Davis and Freya Duval-Smith from Dunedin ready to rock.
Charlie Davis and Freya Duval-Smith from Dunedin ready to rock.
Bazz from Tauranga says he is 'showing the locals how to dance'.
Bazz from Tauranga says he is 'showing the locals how to dance'.
Box holders have a lofty view of the concert.
Box holders have a lofty view of the concert.
The crowd settles in at Forsyth Barr Stadium for the opening acts.
The crowd settles in at Forsyth Barr Stadium for the opening acts.
Warm-up band the Dead Daises' front man Jon Stevens.
Warm-up band the Dead Daises' front man Jon Stevens.
Jon Stevens.
Jon Stevens.
Kylie Cowling of Diva Demolition.
Kylie Cowling of Diva Demolition.
Nigel Beazley from Head Like a Hole.
Nigel Beazley from Head Like a Hole.
Nigel Beazley.
Nigel Beazley.

A spaceship from the 1970s called Aerosmith berthed in Dunedin last night. More than 20,000 people descended on Forsyth Barr Stadium to herald the arrival of America's biggest rock and roll band.

Photos by Stephen Jaquiery and Craig Baxter; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

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