Unfortunately, covid has hit a member of Journey forcing the band and special guests Toto to end their current sting of dates early. The bandmember in question has not been identified. On May 10th, leader Neal Schon posted a message to fans on social media which reads:
The last four remaining shows of Journey’s tour are unfortunately postponed due to a band member testing positive for COVID.
The shows will be rescheduled for a later date, more information will be provided on the band websites shortly. Please hold on to your tickets at this time.
POSTPONED: Journey tour dates:
May 10 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
May 11 – Hartford, CT – XL Center
May 13 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
May 16 – Quebec, QC – Videotron Centre
We asked recently Neal Schon if looking back, he would’ve done anything differently in regard to his life in Journey: “I can’t really say I would do anything differently, y’know? Everybody grows up at a different time in their life and you’re crazy when you’re young and, it’s like, y’know, you live it. We were out there having fun and we were being wild and it was just what it was. It’s easier to get along now. We don’t have all the bits and problems that do when you’re growing up in the rock n’ roll industry.”