The event will raise money for Tyler’s charity, Janie’s Fund, which works with Youth Villages to help young women who’ve suffered abuse and neglect. Specifically, Janie’s Fund helps “after care” programs for those who have aged out of other care programs at 18 years old.
“The support that this Grammy Awards Viewing Party has received is incredibly moving, and we can’t wait to continue the tradition this year,” Tyler said in a statement. “Miley joined me in this important work when we launched Janie’s Fund in 2015 and is a powerful voice and advocate for women. I can’t think of another artist that better aligns with our mission. Together, we will celebrate our fellow music artists’ accolades, and also honor the courageous young women our organization is helping with ‘after care’ — its going to be an incredible night”
Along with the watch party for the Grammys, the event will feature a red carpet, dinner, and live auction. Cyrus, meanwhile, will perform at the after-party.
Tyler and Aerosmith have kept fairly quiet over the past couple of years, although the band is set to return to the road for a European tour in June. They also have one U.S. date scheduled for 2022, a hometown show at Fenway Park in Boston on Sept. 8. Behind the scenes, though, the band has been busy, releasing a new archival collection, 1971: The Road Starts Hear, last November, and inking a massive catalog deal with Universal last August.