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When a  24-year-old, born with Down Syndrome tried to get tickets to see his favorite performer, Steven Tyler, in concert in Niagara Falls, Ontario, he found out there were “No More, No More.”

The Aerosmith singer was in town performing the band’s classics and some new solo material with a backing band for two nights. But with all the tickets sold out, Anthony Yorfido figured he’d have to “Dream On.”

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Then, on the day of the final performance, Anthony and his mother walked into a medical supply store — and couldn’t help but notice the limousine out front. Tyler just happened to be in the shop buying a back brace, and Anthony ran and threw his arms around him in a hug.

When the 68-year-old rocker learned Anthony wasn’t going to get to see the show, he assured them he’d take care of it.

Anthony was excited about sitting in the crowd, but when he got to the show, he found out Tyler had actually arranged for backstage passes. If that wasn’t enough, Tyler invited the young man to “Walk This Way” onto center stage.

Suddenly, Anthony was “Livin’ on the Edge,” playing maracas with Tyler’s arm around his shoulder.

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Anthony joined his idol in singing Aerosmith’s signature hit, “Sweet Emotion” in what had to be an emotional night for the young man.

(WATCH the video below) — Photo: Diane Yorfido, Facebook

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