Journey Force Newsletter
May 1, 1983

"Journey's music is romantic enough to ensnare soft hearted rock fans, yet tough enough to appeal to a broad spectrum of hardcore rockers.  And the group's collective talents and skills as musicians are beyond reproach."  Gene Stout, Seattle Post-Intellegencer, Tuesday, March 29, 1983.

This is typical of the reviews being given to the Frontiers Tour so far.  The Seattle show was a festive event, with Herbie Herbert christening the new stage with a huge paper mache' bottle of champagne.  Also making a debut at the Seattle show were Journey's new indoor video projection screen and computerized lighting system.

In Herbie's words "Journey's live show on this tour is State of the Art in every department."  According to Pat Morrow, Journey' live production director, "With the new stage - which has nothing on it but the band, a set of drums, and a piano  and the video projection, there are NO BAD SEATS in the house.  This is the most technically advanced live music event in the history of live music."

So, with all of this buildup, here are the cities where the Journey Frontiers Tour will be stopping in June and July:

Rochester, New York
Chicago, Illinois
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Detroit, Michigan
Legend Valley, Ohio

New Orleans, Louisiana
Houston, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
Dallas, Texas
Austin, Texas
Wichita, Kansas
Memphis, Tennessee
Kansas City, Missouri
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Phoenix, Arizona
Oakland, California

Listen to your local radio stations and read the newspapers for announcements of the exact dates of shows in these cities.  Go to the concert facility box office to buy your fan club tickets as SOON as you can.  They will ask you to show your membership card.

There will be FIVE grand prize winners chosen in the MEET JOURNEY CONTEST!  We will fly each of the five winners and a friend to see the Day On The Green where they will go backstage to meet Journey!  If a winner is under 18 years of age they will have to bring a parent or guardian instead of a friend.

Personally autographed Frontiers albums will be awarded to 50 second place winners, and 500 full-color action photos will go to third place winners. 

We had the pleasure of having Akio Morishita, the president of the Japanese Journey Fan Club, come by the office for a visit.  He brought us a beautiful handmade Japanese hanging lantern.  We will be trading our calendars, posters, and other items for the Japanese versions that are not available here in the U.S.  These items will then be made available to you. 

Journey Force Newsletter

May 1, 1983
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