Journey Postpone Last Four Tour Dates After Bandmember Tests Positive For Covid

Journey Postpone Last Four Tour Dates After Bandmember Tests Positive For Covid

Journey have postponed the last four shows of their North American Tour after one of their band members tested positive for Covid-19.

The affected dates are May 10 at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.; May 11 at XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut; May 13 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, and May 16 in Quebec City, Quebec.

The bad news was conveyed by the rock band on their social media accounts.

“Dear Friends, the last four remaining shows of JOURNEY’s tour are unfortunately postponed due to a band member testing positive for COVID,” they wrote. “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.”

Journey did not reveal the identity of the infected band member.

Journey kicked off their Freedom tour in February.

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