Journey was the best its an unforgettable moment!
Its a concert that is unforgettable one, i will never forget!
I've seen Journey more than 10 times and their music never gets old. Always worth the money.
Journey rocks as hard as ever!
Journey kicked their first of five Hawaii concerts off with "Separate Ways!" A techno- tour-de- force of fun that had everyone at Honolulu's Blaisdell Arena on their feet. With so many hits to play, nobody sat down for the next five songs! Lead singer Arnel Pineda had them dancing in the aisles! And hey! Not to be outdone, Arnel ran out into the audience twice to get in on the groove! Guitarist Neil Shon steamrolled his way through the songs; each intro getting a screaming response from the crowd! Bassist Ross Valory laid down a rock-solid groove for every song. By the time "Wheel in the Sky" came around, the audience could easily imagine that this Bay Area supergroup was just getting started! And they were right! O.K., maybe we don't have the vocal range to sing along with Arnel - but it was sure fun trying! "Don't stop Believing" gave way to "Who's crying Now," which all the oldsters knew. Newer Journey crew members had "Stone in Love" to go along with the all-time mainstays like "Lovin', Touching', Squeezin.'" It was a super night for both generations of Journey lovers!
Speakers way too loud. Seems like they over powered them. When the guitar was going you could not hear the lyrics
Journey-Poor sound made them such a disappointent!
Journey is one of my all-time favorite groups, and I was so psyched going into the concert! I waited out the very lack-luster performance by their cover-band Asia. That others shared my feelings was shown by the fact that over half the seats in this sell-out hall remained empty until almost the end of their performance. But once Journey began, it became immediately clear that it was not just Asia's performance that was to blame, but the sound system itself. Lyrics were muddy, and the soaring voice of their lead singer was pretty much lost in the background music for many of the songs! We were sitting somewhat left of center back, so at one point I walked around to center back to see if our position was to blame, but it was not. The sound was just as muddy there. We were at the James Tayler concert earlier this year, and the sound was amazing! What a shame that Journey didn't have his attention to detail where the sound was concerned!