Attention all small-town girls and city boys: “Don’t Stop Believing” band Journey may be coming to a venue near you.
Journey’s tour will follow the group’s Las Vegas residency in December and will be the band’s first proper journey across the country since a 2018 North American tour.
If you’re hoping to see the band live, here’s everything you need to know, including how to get tickets.
Tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster to the general public Friday, Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. EST for all shows.
It’s common for speculative tickets to show up on the secondary market first, but be aware that prices may be more expensive than when they go on sale to the general public.
On Feb. 27, Journey will be at Newark’s Prudential Center.
At the time of publication, tickets were on SeatGeek for $70 before fees. Other similar prices, which are subject to fluctuation, can be found on StubHub and Vivid Seats. It’s unknown how much tickets will cost when they go on sale to the general public Friday at Ticketmaster.
On Feb. 23, Journey will be at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center.
At the time of publication, tickets were on Vivid Seats for $80 before fees. Other similar prices, which are subject to fluctuation, can be found on StubHub and TicketNetwork. It’s unknown how much tickets will cost when they go on sale to the general public Friday at Ticketmaster.
The Freedom tour will see Journey take 40 different stages in 2022 starting off in Pittsburgh on Feb. 22. Their final performance will be held on May 11 in Connecticut.
In between, the balladeers are scheduled to perform in several major U.S. cities as part of the tour, including Dallas, Orlando and Atlanta. Prices will vary based on tour date and city.
Journey will be in Las Vegas from Dec. 1-18 for seven shows. We have the show dates and venue information here:
If you’d like a better look at who’s playing with the band when, you can see Journey’s official tour poster here.
Correction: This article originally and incorrectly identified Steve Perry as performing on the tour. The story has been updated.
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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].