Salt Lake City, UT

It's Time For Journey To Perform at the Vivint Arena

S. F. Mori

The date is quickly approaching
Vivint Arena with Journey Sign(Image is author's)

The sign is up at the Vivint Smart Home Arena showing that JOURNEY will be performing. Their one night show in Salt Lake City is scheduled for Thursday, March 24, 2022. The show will begin at 7:30 PM at the downtown location at 301 West South Temple. The large indoor arena is the home of the Utah Jazz NBA basketball team.

Journey is a rock band that has been entertaining for decades. They were formed in 1973 in San Francisco by former members of Santana. They released their first album in 1975. They experienced increased popularity in 1975 when they released their fourth studio album, which was called Infinity. They have released more than fifty singles as well.

Neal Schon is the lead guitarist and backup vocalist. He is the only member who has been with the band since it was formed. The original bassist, Ross Valory, was not with the group in 1985 but later returned. He has been a member now since 1995.

The Journey band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the class of 2017. []

Journey has been performing on tour throughout much of the United States over this year. They put on a high energy show with concerts which often sell out. As a group which has been entertaining for a very long time, they still remain popular with people who enjoy rock bands and music.

Tickets appear to still be available for the Journey show in Salt Lake City. They may be obtained by visiting the Vivint website at

[Information gleaned from Wikipedia and Stub Hub.]

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