5/31/2005

don't stop believin'

Says Amanda Cagan:

"This summer at Journey’s 30th anniversary U.S. tour, dubbed 'The concert that takes you back…and into the future,' fans will experience a mixture of nostalgia, excitement, and delight from the moment they arrive until the time they leave. In addition to being treated to an entire evening of music spanning Journey’s entire history, this trek will include an added ingredient, “Journeyville,” a festive area located near the front entrance at most of the venues. Fans will be treated to continuous video playback on large outdoor screens showing various moments throughout Journey’s history such as classic music videos, behind-the-scenes clips and much more...The centerpiece of “Journeyville” will be a “30th Anniversary Journey Motorcycle,” created and built by Arlen Ness Motorcycles and featuring amazing artwork from all of Journey’s albums. Fans will have a chance of winning this beautiful motorcycle by making a contribution to Journey’s favorite children’s charities at the exhibit. One lucky fan will ride away into the sunset on this one-of-a-kind motorcycle at the end of the tour!"

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's about time... :)
i was just about to take you off the check every day list...

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

p.s. don't stop believin' is my least favorite Fleetwood Mac song ever. it ruins a perfectly amazing Rumours album...

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought that was a nice, hype free pitch.

10:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Just a city boy, born and raised in South Detroit... then the guitar part comes in... Kick ass!!!

7:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Journey 30th Anniversary Motorcycle is currently (as of 10/24/06) being auctioned on ebay! This bike is fabulous!!!! Arlen can sure build them like no other.

8:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the bike was never sold on ebay. it was sold back to cory ness. the original builder. money is in the bank. this is from the bike winners dad

4:38 PM  

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