Legendary rockers JOURNEY will perform their first-ever club show on Wednesday, July 17th at Minneapolis' club Quest. In this one-night-only exclusive performance, the band will debut songs from their yet-to-be released EP Red 13 as well as perform all of their hit songs in an intimate club setting.Tickets for this exclusive one night only performance are $41.50. Ticket sales are extremely limited and will go on sale Thursday, July 11th at noon and are available through Ticketmaster outlets including Marshall Fields, Mervyn's California and Rainbow Foods, online at www.ticketmaster.com or Ticketmaster Charge by phone numbers. JOURNEY is Neal Schon (guitar, vocals) Ross Valory (bass, vocals) Jonathan Cain (keyboards, vocals) Deen Castronovo (drums, vocals) Steve Augeri (vocals). For additional JOURNEY information, please visit www.journeymusic.com
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