Journey cancels 2020 tour because of coronavirus pandemic


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Continuing an unfortunate trend, Journey is the latest marquee act to cancel it’s 2020 tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The band elected to cancel rather than postpone the 60 shows across North America that were scheduled from May 15th to September 12th, allowing fans to receive ticket refunds. The Pretenders were going to tour with Journey as a supporting act.

“Having seen what the world has endured during the last 45 days, and not knowing what the rest of this year or 2021 will bring, we knew the right thing to do was to make sure our fans’ health was not put in jeopardy and to provide immediate access to refund options given the unexpected events caused by this terrible virus,” said Journey’s Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Arnel Pineda. “We would like to thank all doctors, nurses, police, other first responders and essential workers for their heroic efforts; as well as our fans for doing everything possible to stay safe. We would also like to send the Pretenders our best wishes and hope to see them in the future. We will see everyone again as soon as it is safe to tour, and we will share that news as it becomes available. In the meantime, please ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ in the wonder of life and in each other.”

 

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