Steven Tyler, Aerosmith leave Manila after sellout show

American rock band Aerosmith led by singer Steven Tyler left Manila on Thursday afternoon, flying to the US via Bangkok on board Thai Airways flight TG 621 at 1:05PM at the NAIA terminal 1.

Accompanied by their retinue of security personnel, Tyler and his bandmates checked in at the Customs and Immigration lane in less than 10 minutes, surprising passengers and airport employees.

No one was able to ask for a photo ops with the former “American Idol” judge as he was whisked away to the airport’s VIP room, where he waited before boarding his flight.

Aerosmith arrived in Manila on Sunday and performed in a sellout concert at the Mall of Asia Arena on Wednesday night. Tickets to the show — the only Asian stop so far in their ongoing world tour — cost as high P20,000 ($480).

The band behind such rock anthems as “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing” and “Walk This Way” will return to Asia in August to do several shows in Japan.