Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Journey are hitting the Las Vegas Strip to embark on a very limited nine-show residency this fall.

The band announced, via Twitter on Monday (April 15), that the short string of performances will take place inside The Colosseum at Caesars Palace through selected October dates. Their previous trek happened during the summer of 2018 when they played 60 co-headlining shows with Def Leppard. It was a wildly-successful outing that packed arenas througout the country along with a handful of baseball stadiums, grossing nearly $100,000,000 and selling over a million tickets.

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The lead singing position will once again be held by Arnel Pineda, rather than the band’s longtime iconic member Steve Perry. Pineda, who sounds uncannily like Perry, has a side project in which he covers everything from Deep Purple’s “Highway Star” to Rush’s “Tom Sawyer,” AC/DC’s “Back in Black” and Starship’s “We Built This City.”

Ticket prices begin at just $69, but premium seats will go for significantly more and will go on-sale to the general public this Friday.

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