Journey Tickets

The Journey's new documentary, Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey will be broadcasted on PBS next month as part of the network's PBS Indies Showcase series. Written and directed by Ramona Diaz, the movie unveils the fascinating story of the band's current lead vocalist, Arnel Pineda who was spotted by Neal Schon through the video performances on YouTube. In the movie, Pineda shares his efforts and struggles in order to get accepted by the band members and fans alike. 




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Trial by Fire


Journey is a San Francisco based rock band that was originally formed by Santana and Frumious Bandersnatch in 1973. Currently, the band is made up of five members including the lead vocalist Arnel Pineda, lead guitarist Neal Schon, bassist Ross Valory, keyboardist Jonathan Cain and drummer Deen Castronovo.

Studio Albums

The rock band has released one diamond album, eight multi-platinum albums and two gold albums till date. Some of the famous albums include Escape, Captured, Frontiers, Trial by Fire, Revelation and several others. The band's 1981 studio album, Escape has topped the Billboard 200 chart and comprises of three top ten hits including Don't Stop Believin', Who's Cryin' Now and Open Arms. Open Arms is a beautiful ballad that charted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in February 1982 and remained there for six consecutive weeks. To date, this is the band's best-selling studio album that is certified nine times platinum. Journeys' fourth and triple platinum album, Infinity has opened at number twenty one on the Billboard 200 chart. The fifth album, Evolution has also peaked the UK, US, Japanese, Swedish and Canadian charts. Departure is one of the most sought-after albums of the band that landed at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart in 1980. Some of the famous singles of the album include Any Way You Want It, Walks like a Lady and Good Morning Girl. Released through the Columbia Records, Raised on Radio garnered huge chart success, landing at number four on the US charts. Not only this, the Frontiers album opened at number two on the album charts and spawned four Top 40 hits such as Separate Ways (Worlds Apart), Faithfully, Send Her My Love and After the Fall.

Journey to Success

Since its inception, the band's songs have been featured in many films, video games as well as television and Broadway shows. The band's single, Don't Stop Believin' was also played at the 2005 and 2010 World Series events of the baseball teams. While releasing chartbusting albums, the band continued to tour regularly and extensively. During one of the tours, the group planned to record a video documentary, Frontiers and Beyond, hence signed a recording deal with the NFL Films. The scenes of the movie were shot at the JFK Stadium in Philadelphia and attracted over eighty thousand people in attendance.

The Live Experience

Journey is one of the best concerts you would have ever attended in years. The lead singer, Arnel Pineda puts on a magical show that keeps prompting people to book their share of the Journey tickets. The fans are delighted to see the streamers and confetti rain down from the ceiling while the band is singing Don't Stop Believin'. People travel from far-fetched areas to catch the band live in a concert and return completely satisfied by the performance.


Do you know?

  1. By selling over forty seven million records in the US, Journey has become twenty eighth top-selling band in the US.
  2. With sales of over eighty million albums worldwide, USA Today ranked Journey as the fifth best American rock band in 2005.
  3. The band's 1981 song, Don't Stop Believin', became the best-selling catalog song on iTunes in 2009.  
  4. After the release of first three studio albums, Journey took on the logo of a scarab beetle in 1980.
  5. Allmusic has described the band as "one of America's most beloved commercial rock/pop bands" since the release of its Infinity album.