Arena rockers Journey fire up this summer with beau coup dates and a triple bill of 80's rock! 80's faves Night Ranger and Foreigner join Journey on a 33-city tour crisscrossing the United States kicking. The bands kick it off in Sandy, Utah on July 21st, 2011.
These power-houses of rock will perform in cities like Phoenix, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Charlotte, Hartford, New Orleans, Atlanta, Tampa, Seattle, Dallas and Kansas City. The tour will end in Seattle, Washington at the KeyArena - Seattle Center on the 21st of October.
Jack Blades and the boys from Night Ranger will be rocking-out in all 33 cities and will be the opening act. Night Ranger had huge success with 80's ballads like "Sister Christian" and "When You Close Your Eyes" They also rocked it out with "Interstate Love Affair" and "Don't Tell Me You Love Me". For show openers, it doesn't get any better than this.
Foreigner had huge success in the 70's and 80's and has sold over 70 million albums. Even though founding member Mick Jones is currently the only original member, the current line up is sure to please. New faces include, Kelly Hanson from Hurricane and Jeff Pilson from Dokken.
Journey's summer tour coincides with the release of the bands new album "Eclipse". Journey is best known for the bands mega-success in the 70's and 80's with front man Steve Perry, a.k.a. The Voice. If you can stomach a little Journey Lite (the band without Steve Perry), this concert is sure to be on your bucket-list. While you won't be seeing Steve touring anytime soon with the band, you can't lose with performers like this, even if a few key players are missing.