Are you gonna go his way?
As we head into another year of arena rock and corporate-sponsored tours, there are a handful of package tours you don’t want to miss. Forty-year-old Lenny Kravitz makes a rare appearance this week opening for Boston’s original bad boys Aerosmith. Although Kravitz’s sound has changed dramatically from his 1992 debut, Let Love Rule, his fan base (and bank account) has grown exponentially. What separates him from the barely discernable pop melee is his attention to subtlety and his reverence for early soul. Although at home in the studio, this slowly aging rocker is anything but subdued when he hits the stage. Though many critics have struggled to find problems with each of his successive releases, Kravitz will get the last laugh. He’s touring in support of his Greatest Hits Limited Tour Edition CD and DVD, but expect a few surprises on the set list. Kravitz and Aerosmith hit Arco Arena Monday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35-$125 for this all-ages show. Visit www.ticketmaster.com for more info.