Journey Tour News and Updates
When Arnel Pineda took over lead vocals for Journey in 2007, not everyone was happy about it. That didn’t matter to his bandmates, however, as they largely ignored the haters and continuing to produce some of the best Journey music in the band’s 43-year-long career. In 2008, the band released Revelation, which went on to the No. 5 spot on the charts. A few years later came Eclipse, which did nearly as well. The lone founding member still with the band, guitarist Neal Schon, said recently that he feels the group is doing “as good or better as we’ve ever done.” Journey is currently undertaking its “San Francisco Fest 2016” tour. Tickets for the June 25 show in Holmdel, New Jersey, are on sale now for $37 and up.
Journey is all set to begin its “San Francisco Fest” tour, and with several stops featuring other Bay area bands, this event will certainly live up to its name. Things kick off on Wednesday, April 13, in New York City. The Madison Square Garden is the perfect venue to host a rock and roll show this big, because not only will the “Don’t Stop Believin’” singers be in town, Santana will too! “It’s going to be a show you won’t want to miss,” teased Journey in a recent press release. Other concert stops will feature guests the Doobie Brothers and the Steve Miller Band! Get your tickets for April 13’s show from us today for $35.
The iconic American rock band is co-headlining a tour with San Francisco mates Steve Miller Band, with support from Classic R&B and funk pioneers (also from the Bay Area) Tower of Power, for the first time ever. The headliners have a combined 110 million albums sold and will travel to 38 cities next summer in what is sure to be an in-demand ticket for 2014. The Frisco Fest will launch in Chula Vista on May 15 and wrap up in Vegas August 1. The Journey tour include stops in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, and Detroit. Dodgers fans who have become accustomed to “Don’t Stop Believin” as their eighth inning pump-up song can now see the rock band live at the Hollywood Bowl where Journey Los Angeles tickets start at $57.
Journey’s band members say "it's going to be a San Francisco musical delight from the past and present, moving full speed ahead into the future!" Don’t miss one of the best sets ever in concert history; expect “Don’t Stop Believin’”, “Faithfully”, “Open Arms”, and “Any Way You Want It” from Journey’s current line-up, including founding members guitarist Neal Schon and bassist Ross Valory as well as longtime member keyboard player Jonathan Cain. And, “The Joker”, “Fly like an Eagle” and “Rock’n Me”, and “Abracadabra” on Steve Miller Band’s set list.
Two years ago, Journey earned the “Legend of Live Award” at the Billboard Touring Awards to honor the band’s contributions to live music and the touring business and to acknowledge their commitment to fans and the art of performing live. The band toured four continents this year, selling more than half a million tickets.