DETROIT, MI - Two of the biggest rock bands in the history of music are teaming up for a co-headlining North American tour. Def Leppard and Journey will perform at both stadiums and arenas in 2018. Half of the shows will be closed by Def Leppard and half by Journey. The rockers will perform in front of nearly 50,000 people at Comerica Park on Friday, July 13. Tickets (prices not announced) go on sale Friday, February 9 at 10am. ALL THE BIG CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2018 SO FAR.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The multi-platinum selling and Grammy nominated band Fall Out Boy will perform one concert in Michigan in 2018. It will be in Grand Rapids. Fresh off the release of their seventh studio album "M A N I A," the band will hit the road beginning in late August. Their tour will stop at Van Andel Arena on Thursday, September 6 at 7pm. Machine Gun Kelly will be the opener. Tickets ($30.50, $50.50 & $70.50) go on sale on Friday, Jan. 26 at 11am. ALL THE BIG CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2018.
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