Journey tickets are surprisingly cheap for their 50th Anniversary tour

In 2023, legendary rock group Journey turns the big 5-0.

To celebrate, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will take mega-hits like “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Faithfully,” and many more on the road from February through April for their “Freedom Tour” to commemorate the momentous occasion.

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It seems like you’d have to break the bank to catch a Journey concert of this magnitude.

We’re happy to report you’d be mistaken.

After some research, we found that ticket prices aren’t nearly as expensive as one might expect.

At the time of publication, we spotted for as low as $53 before fees for the group’s Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall show on March 17, 2023.

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Their Feb. 22 gig at Austin’s Moody Center has tickets going for $63 before fees.

Let’s be honest; tickets should not be this cheap to see Neal Schon and his band play some of the biggest smash singles of the late 20th century.

What’s more? They’re bringing timeless hitmakers Toto, along for the ride as well.

That’s right; you can cross two classic groups off your concert-going bucket list for the (low) price of one.

So, if you want to see if the Journey and Toto concert nearest you also has affordable seats, take a glance at the group’s complete concert calendar here.

It includes all 38 show dates, venues, start times, and links to buy tickets.

For those wondering what tracks might make their way onto Journey’s setlist, we recommend clicking here to see what they played at each show on their 2022 nationwide tour.

Other classic rockers on tour in 2022-23

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As rock acts from yesteryear continue to transition from rule breakers to music’s elder statesmen, it’s more essential than ever to catch these icons before they hang up the guitars for good.

Here are just five of the biggest acts you’ll need to make a priority when they roll into a town near you in the coming months.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Elton John

• Dead and Company

• Eagles

• Lindsey Buckingham

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