Resurrection - A Journey Tribute, considered to be 'The Gold Standard' by which all Journey tributes are measured, faithfully recreates the experience of a 1980’s Journey concert. This dynamic and compelling band has featured some of Nashville's hottest musicians, many whom who have performed, written, or recorded with the biggest names in the music industry - including Journey and Steve Perry. Every show is a brilliant reproduction of sights and sounds that captivate and transport audiences to the glorious age of arena rock. Lead singer, Ryan Christopher, delivers the vocal precision, appearance, and stage presence of the legendary Steve Perry. Resurrection - A Journey Tribute continues to garner worldwide attention and acclaim with high profile performances including, Royal Caribbean International cruises, Fraze Pavilion, AT&T Park: Home of the San Francisco Giants, US Cellular Field: Home of the Chicago White Sox, Hard Rock Casino and Hotel. Fans across the country, including Steve Perry and Journey purists, rave that Resurrection - A Journey Tribute is THE Journey experience! Take a look, attend a show near you, and then you decide!

The title track to Journey’s 1986 album, “Raised on Radio”, was inspired by the countless hours a young Steve Perry spent listening to his heroes’ music being broadcasted over the airwaves by various AM and FM stations filling his stereo’s radio dial.

For many of us whose soundtrack of our youth was likewise curated from radio DJ’s or from television VJ’s broadcasting music videos on tube TV’s, we share the common bond of having been ‘Raised on Journey’.

In 2022, Resurrection is happy to give Journey fans across this great nation a trip down memory lane, capturing the sights and sounds of one of the most iconic bands of our time as only this premier tribute band can deliver.  Witness this one-of-a-kind live experience when the show comes to a town near you.

The title track to Journey’s 1986 album, “Raised on Radio”, was inspired by the countless hours a young Steve Perry spent listening to his heroes’ music being broadcasted over the airwaves by various AM and FM stations filling his stereo’s radio dial.

For many of us whose soundtrack of our youth was likewise curated from radio DJ’s or from television VJ’s broadcasting music videos on tube TV’s, we share the common bond of having been ‘Raised on Journey’.

In 2022, Resurrection is happy to give Journey fans across this great nation a trip down memory lane, capturing the sights and sounds of one of the most iconic bands of our time as only this premier tribute band can deliver.  Witness this one-of-a-kind live experience when the show comes to a town near you.

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Natchitoches Jazz / R&B Festival

103 Rue Beauport, Natchitoches, LA

Returning to Natchitoches Jazz / R&B Fest! Resurrection - A Journey Tribute is excited to return to Nachitoches, LA -AND- to open for the spectacular headliners, The Commodores. General Admission tickets go on sale very soon...stay tuned.

The Mulehouse

812 S High Street, Columbia, TN

Resurrection - A Journey Tribute debuts the hottest new music venue south of Nashville...The Mulehouse in Columbia, TN. Tickets: GA $25 & VIP $50 VIP Tickets include early entry to the band's soundcheck.

Tickets are non-refundable and no refunds. Non-professional cameras allowed, no detachable lenses. No outside food or beverages allowed into the venue. Door times are suggested and at the discretion of the artist. Artists subject to change. No backpacks/large bags over 12"x12"x6". Clutches will be searched. Handicap accommodations can be arranged. No smoking, vaping or e-cigs. No illegal drugs. No firearms or weapons of any kind.

BBQ, Bands and Bikes Festival

Public Square, Elizabethtown, KY

The Events Program for the City of Elizabethtown announces the return of the annual BBQ, Bands & Bikes for May 28, 2022. After a two-year cancelation, the City of Elizabethtown is excited to announce the return of the BBB Festival to downtown Elizabethtown on Saturday, May 28. With a slight name change, the festival will welcome all genres of music and highlight motorcycles all day in celebration of Memorial Day weekend. “We’ve been in the planning stages for months and excited to welcome back this beloved event to Etown,” said Events Program Manager, Sarah Vaughn. “We know this event will bring back the 20,000 or more people that it has always drawn since 2013 and couldn’t be more excited to see our downtown a buzz.”

The event will kick off with the annual Thunder into Etown Motorcycle Ride at the American Legion Hardin Post 113. Registration for the ride is required and is $25 per rider. Proceeds from this ride will benefit Crusade for Children. The American Legion will be selling breakfast on-site for bikers and attendees. The ride will conclude on Highway 62 and College Street and the motorcycles will be parking inside the festival zone on Dixie Highway, North and South Main Street, and participating parking lots.

The event will officially open to the public at 11:00 a.m. There will be three stages this year including the Metalsa Stage located at the State Theater parking lot; the second stage located in the Cherry parking lot off North Main Street; and new this year, the Etown Tourism stage located on Dixie Highway in front of the Courthouse on the Square. This stage will headline the Saturday evening concert, Resurrection, a Journey Tribute will take place at 9:00 p.m.

Vendors of all kinds will be lining the parking lots and streets downtown including over 45 food vendors. A map will released in early May highlighting the locations for food, commercial type vendors, sponsors and more. The Kid’s Zone sponsored by Southeast Christian Church and partnered with the Cecilian Bank, will open 12:00-5:00 and will be free to all with bounce houses, face painting, and more!