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Loverboy, Journey and Benetar coming to Kelowna

Loverboy is heading back on the road for a North America tour this summer and fall.  -
Loverboy is heading back on the road for a North America tour this summer and fall.
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The rock'n roll revival tour that will feature Journey, Pat Benetar and Loverboy will make a stop Saturday, Dec. 1, at Prospera Place in Kelowna.

The North American tour kicks off July 21 featuring the 1980s music icons.

For Loverboy, the tour will also offer the band a chance to promote a new album with three new songs and re-recordings of some of their classic past hits such as Turn Me Loose, Working For The Weekend and Lovin' Every Minute Of It.

Benetar has been touring for years with her band on the club circuit, featuring her husband guitarist Neil Giraldo.

The current edition of Journey features long-time band members Ross Valory, Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain, joined by Arnel Pineda and Deen Castronovo. Missing from the original lineup is singer Steve Perry and drummer Steve Smith.

No date has been announced yet for when tickets will go o sale for the Prospera Place concert.

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