Believe it, Rascal Flatts, Journey gig together
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
– Rascal Flatts and Journey will team up this summer to co-headline a one-night only concert in Hershey, Pa. on Aug. 1 at Hersheypark Stadium.
The show will go on sale Friday, April 12. The Band Perry and Cassadee Pope are the special guests.
Rascal Flatts and Journey first performed together on the 2012 CMT Music Awards when they closed the show with the megahit Don't Stop Believin', and the bands also participated in the CMT Crossroads series during Super Bowl XLVII.
"We had a blast performing with Journey," said Gary LeVox, lead singer for Rascal Flatts. "Our respect for them as musicians deepened through the television shows we did together that talk soon lead to wanting to do more. We are very excited about this concert."
"Our most recent performances with Rascal Flatts were awesome," said Journey's Neal Schon. "They're great guys and great musicians, and we're looking forward to this show."
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