Journey Call Out Website Promoting Tour They Never Booked
Hopefully you aren’t in possession of tickets to see Journey between now and the end of the year.
Because, according to the band, those tickets aren’t actually to see them.
Journey, who finished touring recently, took to their Facebook page to break the news that they’ve been victims of a tour scam.
“Attention CAUTION fans. Someone is selling tickets that are phony and a rip off. WE ARE DONE WITH OUR TOUR … THIS IS NOT REAL,” they wrote, adding a screenshot of the promo.
As it turns out, the new Journey tour isn’t a scam — rather, it seems to be a simple mixup. Journeys, the mall retailer, has its own tour going on with bands I Killed the Prom Queen, Ghosttown, Marmozets and Nightmares, which has apparently been confusing people.
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