JOURNEY To Release “Live In Concert At Lollapalooza” As a Multi-Format Set In December, Live Performance Video of “Be Good to Yourself” Streaming

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Frontiers Music Srl will release JOURNEY‘s July 31, 2021 performance at the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, Illinois. “Live In Concert At Lollapalooza” will arrive on December 9, 2022. The stunning set, which will be released on CD/DVD, Blu-ray, and vinyl, serves as a testament not only to the band’s enduring legacy, but their relevance to a whole new generation of rock ‘n roll fans.

“Live In Concert At Lollapalooza” track listing:

 1. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
 2. Only The Young
 3. Guitar Interlude
 4. Stone In Love
 5. Be Good To Yourself
 6. Just The Same Way
 7. Lights
 8. Still They Ride
 9. Escape
10. La Do Da
11. Piano Interlude
12. Who’s Crying Now
13. Guitar Interlude
14. Wheel In The Sky
15. Ask The Lonely
16. Open Arms
17. Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’
18. Faithfully
19. Any Way You Want It
20. Don’t Stop Believin’

“Live In Concert At Lollapalooza” Album Artwork

JOURNEY Lollapalooza 2021 lineup:

  • Neal Schon / Guitars
  • Jonathan Cain / Keyboards
  • Arnel Pineda / Vocals
  • Deen Castronovo / Drums
  • Narada Michael Walden / Drums
  • Marco Mendoza / Bass
  • Jason Derlatka / Keyboards, Vocals

Earlier this month, JOURNEY announced the continuation of its highly successful tour with the 50th-anniversary celebration “Freedom Tour 2023” featuring very special guest TOTO. JOURNEY, diamond-selling Rock And Roll Hall Of Famers, will take the stage in 38 cities across North America with their catalog of global chart-topping hits, including “Don’t Stop Believin'”, “Any Way You Want It”, “Faithfully” and “Lights”.

Presented by AEG Presents, JOURNEY “Freedom Tour 2023” begins February 4 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, making stops in Austin, Montreal, Memphis and more before wrapping April 25 at the brand new Acrisure Arena in Palm Springs, California. The 2023 run includes rescheduled dates in Washington D.C., Hartford, Toronto and Quebec that were postponed earlier this year due to COVID-19.


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