Journey Band Tour
Journey is a rock band that has transcended through the ages. The band released its self-titled debut album in 1975, but its popularity skyrocketed in 1978 with the release of its fourth studio album, Infinity, which was the first to feature iconic vocalist Steve Perry. While "Open Arms" was the most popular song when first released, "Don't Stop Believin'" has become an international anthem that remains popular more than three decades later. Through lineup changes and hiatuses, Journey has prevailed, and the group's albums continue to reach the charts. Its most recent album, Eclipse, debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Journey has released more than 50 singles since its formation in 1973. The band's journey along the way is nothing short of shocking, as only Neal Schon, who provides lead guitar and backing vocals, has been a member since its formation. Original bassist Ross Valory was fired in 1985, but returned in 1995 and remains a member of Journey to this day. In 2005, Journey was given a star as part of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017. Due to the extensive lineup changes, two drummers and two keyboardists were inducted as members of Journey.
Where can I buy Journey tickets?
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Which members are currently touring with Journey?
Two original members still tour with Journey. Lead guitarist Neal Schon and bassist Ross Valory can be seen at Journey shows. Steve Smith is the current drummer, and he has been with Journey on and off since 1978. Johnathan Cain continues to provide keyboard and rhythm guitar as he has since 1980. The newest Journey member is lead singer Arnel Pineda, who joined the band in 2007. He has provided the vocals on Journey's last two studio albums.
Does Journey have a tour planned for 2019?
Journey currently has 15 shows announced for a fall 2019 tour that will go to five different venues. You can see Journey live at Mark G Etess at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Seneca Niagara Casino Events Center, Mohegan Sun Arena and The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Some venues only have one show, while others have multiple, so it's best to double-check before purchasing tickets.
Will Journey be coming to a city near me in 2019?
Journey will be stopping in five US cities as part of its 2019 tour. You can see Journey live in Atlantic City, N.J., Bethlehem, Penn., Niagara Falls, N.Y., Uncasville, Conn., and Las Vegas, Nev., on the upcoming tour.
What should I expect at a live Journey performance?
Journey is a unique band to see live because it is one of the few classic rock groups that can still be seen performing. The band continues to put on high-energy shows, which is just one of the reasons why the concerts often sell out quickly. The setlist typically consists of songs through the ages, so you get to hear a mix of old and new. Most of the popular hits make it onto the setlist, with "Don't Stop Believin'" usually being a part of the encore. Ensure you stay all the way until the end of the performance if you want to get a chance to hear this crowd-pleasing hit performed live.
How long is a Journey concert?
The length of the entire concert may vary depending on the number of opening acts performing before Journey. The headlining performance usually lasts somewhere between an hour to an hour and a half. The allotted performance time may vary slightly depending on a few factors, including the venue and the tour lineup.
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