Journey and Def Leppard Concert in San Diego - September 2018

The sweet sounds of the ’80s will come roaring into Petco Park this summer like a 2-run bloop single off the bat of a young Tony Gwynn, when Def Leppard and Journey join forces for a blistering 58-city tour that stops in Petco Park on September 23.

Tickets to see Journey and Def Leppard will go one sale February 3, 2019. Stay tuned for the usual presale information with codes and special access for VIPs. The show is set to begin at 6pm.

Petco Park is one of many baseball fields in the co-headliner tour lineup, which includes Fenway Park in Boston, AT&T Park and Wrigley Field.

About the bands
If you have never heard of Journey or Def Leppard, well you have a lot of catching up to do. In fact its hard to even know where to begin. Journey are the ones who sing “Don’t Stop Believin’” Def Leppard “Pour Some Sugar on Me” “Photograph” “Rock Of Ages.” Tossing out #1 albums as effortlessly as stadium peanut vendors, hundreds of millions sold, rock & roll hall of fame, walk of fame, etc. Are you sure you never heard of them? Didn’t you have a roommate in college?

Schedule
Who is opening for who in San Diego? This is a co-headliner tour with rotating order. The set times for the Petco Park San Diego show have not been published yet, nor any details on opening acts. Stay tuned.

Other things going on
The Padres will be on a six-game roadtrip in LA and San Francisco while the tour is in town. The Journey / Def Leppard show is one day after the Eagles concert at Petco Park. Seating chart will be posted soon.

The 2018 tour with Journey / Def Leppard is scheduled to hit the following cities:

5/21 – Hartford – XL Center

5/23 – Albany – Times Union Center

5/25 – Hershey – Hersheypark Stadium

5/26 – Buffalo – KeyBank Center

5/28 – Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena

5/30 – Cincinnati – U.S. Bank Arena

6/1 – Toronto – Rogers Centre

6/2 – Pittsburgh – PPG Paints Arena

6/5 – Raleigh – PNC Arena

6/6 – Knoxville – Thompson-Boling Arena

6/8 – Bristow – Jiffy Lube Live

6/9 – Charlotte – Spectrum Center

6/11 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center

6/13 – New York – Madison Square Garden

6/15 – Newark – Prudential Center

6/16 – Baltimore – Royal Farms Arena

7/1 – Atlanta – SunTrust Park

7/3 – Noblesville – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center

7/4 – Milwaukee – Summerfest

7/6 – Memphis – FedExForum

7/7 – North Little Rock – Verizon Arena

7/9 – Tulsa – BOK Center

7/11 – Louisville – KFC Yum! Center

7/13 – Detroit – Comerica Park

7/14 – Chicago – Wrigley Field

7/16 – Wichita – INTRUST Bank Arena

7/18 – Sioux Falls – Denny Sanford PREMIER Center

7/19 – Lincoln – Pinnacle Bank Arena

7/21 – Denver – Coors Field

7/23 – Des Moines – Wells Fargo Arena

7/25 – Kansas City – Sprint Center

7/27 – Minneapolis – Target Field

7/28 – Fargo – Fargodome

8/11 – Boston – Fenway Park

8/13 – Virginia Beach – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

8/15 – Columbia – Colonial Life Arena

8/17 – Ft. Lauderdale – BB&T Center

8/18 – Tampa – Amalie Arena

8/20 – Birmingham – Legacy Arena @ The BJCC

8/22 – Columbus – Schottenstein Center

8/24 – St. Louis – Busch Stadium

8/25 – Nashville – Bridgestone Arena

8/27 – New Orleans – Smoothie King Center

8/29 – Dallas – American Airlines Center

8/31 – San Antonio – AT&T Center

9/1 – Houston – Toyota Center

9/5 – Albuquerque – N.M. – Isleta Amphitheater

9/7 – Phoenix – Talking Stick Resort Arena

9/8 – Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena

9/21 – San Francisco – AT&T Park

9/23 – San Diego – Petco Park

9/25 – Salt Lake City – Vivint Smart Home Arena

9/26 – Nampa – Ford Idaho Center Arena

9/28 – Portland – Moda Center

9/29 – Seattle – Gorge Amphitheatre

10/1 – Vancouver – Rogers Arena

10/4 – Sacramento – Golden 1 Center

10/6 – Los Angeles – The Forum






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