Journey & PGA TOUR’s Championship

“Ticketmaster and Journey are eager to work with THE TOUR Championship on its charitable initiatives, and we are excited to be part of the PGA TOUR’s program of giving back to the community,” said Ticketmaster CEO Irving Azoff. “Through our partnership with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, we are pleased with the opportunity to help raise additional, much-needed funds for the East Lake Foundation. We’re looking forward to a great show.”

“We look at this opportunity as a way to build upon our recently launched TICKETS Fore CHARITY(tm) campaign and amplify our charitable impact in the Atlanta community,” said THE TOUR Championship Executive Director Todd Rhinehart. “Journey is an iconic band that puts on a fantastic show, and this ticket package allows us to expand our reach beyond tournament week and outside the gates of East Lake. Our mission is to exceed our record charitable donation of $1.4 million from the 2008 event, and a unique offer like this is one way we plan to accomplish that goal.”

Journey – Neal Schon (guitar), Jonathan Cain (keyboards), Ross Valory (bass), Deen Castronovo (drums) and Arnel Pineda (vocals) – earned Platinum honors in 2008 for their latest album, Revelation, marking their 11th Platinum album certification to date. Journey plays with a passion and commitment that wows both longtime fans and new generations of listeners alike. More than 700,000 fans attended their 2008 tour alone to hear the new hit singles “Never Walk Away” and “After All These Years” as well as the staggering catalogue of hits such as “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Open Arms,” “Faithfully,” “Stone In Love,” and “Separate Ways.”

via PGA TOUR’s Championship Management Division Partners With Ticketmaster.


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