It’s a treat to see awesome bands like Journey or Def Leppard. To see both of them together in on place on a long holiday weekend, well, that’s even better. Folks who were able to score tickets to a concert at The Q in Cleveland were lucky enough to see these bands perform their hits.
Journey and Def Leppard Rocked Memorial Day in Cleveland
“Last night, Def Leppard, fronted by lead singer Joe Elliott opened the show, delivering a full set that included hits such as ‘Hysteria,’ ‘Pour Some Sugar on Me,’ ‘Rock of Ages’ and ‘Photograph,'” according to Cleveland.com.
“Journey, fronted by guitarist Neal Schon and lead singer Arnel Pineda, closed the night with a set that featured their own hit parade, including ‘Faithfully,’ ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ and ‘Open Arms.'”
The article was filled with photos from the night that show these bands in action. High intensity and emotion is what 80s rock lovers have always expected from bands like Def Leppard and Journey, from the looks of it, that’s exactly what the crowd at The Q got.
Both bands are currently performing shows together as a part of the Def Leppard Journey Tour. They have already perform a string of venues and have a ton of shows to go. For a complete list of all of the upcoming shows, click here.