AMP Announces Journey and Pretenders for 2020 Concert Season AMP Announces Journey and Pretenders for 2020 Concert Season
Journey and The Pretenders 2020 Tour to hit Arkansas Music Pavilion AMP Announces Journey and Pretenders for 2020 Concert Season

Journey is taking the stage with The Pretenders on Monday, June 22 at the Walmart AMP, as part of the 2020 Cox Concert Series. Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Nov. 8 at 10 am.

Neal Schon (founding member and lead guitarist), Ross Valory (co-founding member and bassist), longtime members Jonathan Cain (keyboardist), Steve Smith (drummer) and Arnel Pineda (lead singer) – have set an extensive North American tour in 2020 with The Pretenders that will feature all new production and hits from start to finish.

Fans can expect to hear iconic Journey classics “Lights,” “Faithfully,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Open Arms,” “Wheel In The Sky,” “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” and the seminal “Don’t Stop Believin’” – the top-selling digital catalog track in history.  –  as well “I’ll Stand By You,” “Back On The Chain Gang,” “Brass In Pocket,” “Don’t Get Me Wrong,” “2000 Miles,” “My City Was Gone,” “Middle of the Road” and more from The Pretenders.

Ticket prices range from $35 to $399.50 plus applicable fees and can be purchased by calling 479-443-5600 or by visiting www.amptickets.com. Purchase four lawn tickets at the same time, and get the Lawn 4-Pack at a discounted ticket price of $26.50 each.

In-person purchases can be made only at the Walton Arts Center Box Office in Fayetteville from 10 am until 2 pm Monday through Friday and noon until 4 pm on Saturday. Tickets will be available for purchase via the WAC Tickets app on Friday, Nov. 15.

Robert Locke

Robert co-founded FayetteSound in 2016 and ShindigMusic! in the summer of 2017. He is a singer-songwriter/musician from the Arkansas delta, avid vinyl collector, aquarium aficionado and connoisseur of all things rock 'n' roll. He currently is lead vocalist for Los Angeles based band Farmikos and co-conspirator at The Record Exchange. "Do You Remember Laughter?"