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Tickets are now on sale for the long awaited Journey and The Pretenders North America 2020 tour. Journey first performed in 1973 as a rock band from San Francisco, tho they didn't become a household name until their album "Escape" in 1981. One of the hit singles from that album, "Don't Stop Believin'" climbed to No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and it’s still just as popular today.

Journey will co-headline the upcoming tour with The Pretenders. The legendary Chrissie Hynde leads the pop, punk group on vocals, and will performing such hits as "Don't Get Me Wrong" and "I'll Stand By You." The Pretenders have sold over 25 million albums worldwide.

Journey states 2020 shows will feature their “hits from start to finish” plus a new onstage production. The band now features founding members guitarist Neal Schon and bassist Ross Valory, long-time keyboardist Jonathan Cain and drummer Steve Smith, and singer Arnel Pineda

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Here is the full list of the tour locations in the United States:

 

Ridgefield, Washington — May 15, 2020

Quincy, Washington — May 16, 2020

Boise, Idaho — May 20, 2020

Salt Lake City, Utah — May 21, 2020

Inglewood, California — May 23, 2020

Chula Vista, California — May 24, 2020

Anaheim, California — May 26, 2020

Concord, California — May 27, 2020

Wheatland, California — May 29, 2020

Mountain View, California — May 30, 2020

Phoenix, Arizona — June 1, 2020

Albuquerque, New Mexico — June 2, 2020

Denver, Colorado — June 4, 2020

East Troy, Wisconsin — June 6, 2020

St. Paul, Minnesota — June 7, 2020

Sioux Falls, South Dakota — June 9, 2020

Des Moines, Iowa — June 10, 2020

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — June 19, 2020

Durant, Oklahoma — June 20, 2020

Rogers, Arkansas — June 22, 2020

Memphis, Tennessee — June 24, 2020

St. Louis, Missouri — June 26, 2020

Noblesville, Indiana — June 27, 2020

Cincinnati, Ohio — June 29, 2020

Cuyahoga Fallas, Ohio — June 30, 2020

Moline, Illinois — July 2, 2020

Tinley Park, Illinois — July 3, 2020

Clarkston, Michigan — July 5, 2020

Grand Rapids, Michigan — July 8, 2020

Columbus, Ohio — July 10, 2020

Burgettstown, Pennsylvania — July 11, 2020

Hartford, Connecticut — July 17, 2020

Darien Center, New York — July 18, 2020

Mansfield, Massachusetts — July 29, 2020

Wantagh, New York — July 30, 2020

Saratoga Springs, New York — Aug. 1, 2020

Bristow, Virginia — Aug. 2, 2020

Holmdel, New Jersey — Aug. 4, 2020

Camden, New Jersey — Aug. 5, 2020

Virginia Beach, Virginia — Aug. 7, 2020

Charlotte, North Carolina — Aug. 8, 2020

Raleigh, North Carolina — Aug. 10, 2020

Nashville, Tennessee — Aug. 12, 2020

Atlanta, Georgia — Aug. 13, 2020

Tampa, Florida — Aug. 21, 2020

West Palm Beach, Florida — Aug. 22, 2020

Jacksonville, Florida — Aug. 24, 2020

Orange Beach, Alabama — Aug. 26, 2020

New Orleans, Louisiana — Aug. 27, 2020

Bossier City, Louisiana — Aug. 29, 2020

Dallas, Texas — Aug. 30, 2020

San Antonio, Texas — Sept. 2, 2020

Corpus Christi, Texas — Sept. 3, 2020

Houston, Texas — Sept. 5, 2020

Lexington, Kentucky — Sept 9, 2020

Hershey, Pennsylvania — Sept. 11, 2020

Bethel, New York — Sept. 12, 2020

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