Veteran rock acts Def Leppard and Journey are joining forces to bring one of the year's most exciting shows to Las Vegas' own T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 8. The gig will see the two acts reunited for the first time in about a decade, having toured together previously in the late 2000s. Even for fans who attended the previous round, the show will prove to be outstanding, as both groups have crafted entirely new production just for the tour. Additionally, both Def Leppard and Journey will be playing full-length sets, a special rarity for a co-headlining tour.
Fans coming out to the Vegas show can look forward to an evening chock-full of hits, as between the two bands they have amassed ten chart-topping hits, and countless other recognizable tunes that broke the top 10. It's the belters like "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Pour Some Sugar On It" which are bound to rock the top off T-Mobile Arena, so get ready to fist pump right alongside these two hit-machine acts. Tickets are on sale now, click here to check out your options.
Def Leppard is a Sheffield, England based rock band which formed in 1977, and has powered on through decades of a changing musical scene, all the while keeping a very consistent lineup. Not content to be wedged into the glam rock or hair metal niches, Def Leppard struck out their own tune and fond both commercial success and cult level following.
Journey, an American act, has been around even longer. Forming in 1973 in California, and riding a decade-long wave of success between the late 70s and 80s, Journey has proven time and again that they always have their mettle, despite a time of struggling to find a permanent lead singer. Arnel Pineda has helmed the vocals for Journey since 2007 and shows no signs of stopping.