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Raised on Radio Tour
Tour by Journey
Locations United States
Supporting album Raised on Radio
Start date 23 August 1986
End date 1 February 1987
Legs 1
Shows 64 (and 2 cancelled)
Journey tour chronology
Frontiers Tour
(1983-1984)
Raised on Radio Tour
(1986-1987)
Journey Reunion Tour
(1998-1999)

The Raised on Radio Tour was a concert tour by the American rock band Journey. The tour was the last with former lead singer Steve Perry. The tour started on August 23, 1986 at the Mountain Aire Festival in Angels Camp, California and ended Feb. 1, 1987 in Anchorage, Alaska. Opening acts for the tour included Honeymoon Suite, The Outfield, and Glass Tiger. The tour was videotaped by MTV and made into a documentary, which includes interviews and concert footage of the band at the height of their career. State of the art computerized lighting and large movable video screens that resembled pool table holders were used as part of the elaborate stage design.

Tour Dates

Dates, cities, and venues for the Raised on Radio Tour.[1]

(Jonathan Cain was too sick to play these two shows and the band had to cancel.[2])

Setlist

  • "Only the Young"
  • "Stone in Love"
  • "Any Way You Want It"
  • "Girl Can't Help It"
  • "Send Her My Love"
  • "Open Arms"
  • "Still They Ride"
  • "Strung Out"
  • "Suzanne"
  • "Lights"
  • "Wheel in the Sky"
  • "Raised on Radio"
  • "Ask the Lonely"
  • "Who's Crying Now"
  • "Oh Sherrie"
  • "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'"
  • "Jailhouse Rock"
  • "I'll Be Alright Without You"
  • "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)"

Encores:

  • "Be Good to Yourself"
  • "Don't Stop Believin'"
  • "Faithfully"

References

  1. ^ http://www.geocities.com/digital_journey/jrny-tourdates.html
  2. ^ Entertainment: "Journey Cancels Tonight's Show". - Richmond Times-Dispatch. - November 11, 1986.
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