REO Speedwagon going on two massive tours in 2022.

The ’80s arena rockers are already halfway through their headlining solo tour, which takes them all over the United States

And on May 31, they’re teaming up with other legendary bands Styx and Lover for the live visit without zoom.

On this track, the trio of bands will travel to the Garden State for two shows.

First they will be in Camden on August 13 for a Saturday night show at the Waterfront Music Pavilion. A week later, the three bands gave a concert at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on August 20.

If you “can’t fight this feeling,” here’s everything you need to know about the tour.

Where can I buy tickets to see the tour live and without zooming?

Tickets can be found on all verified ticketing sites. We recommend shopping for prices in places like StubHub, lively seats, ticket master, SeatGeek and MegaSeats.

At the time of publishing the cheapest tickets we could find for the Camden show was on SeatGeekwhere does general admission go started at $25 before fees.

The lowest price for the Holmdel concert was on StubHub for $25 before fees.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

Where can I see the visit live and without zooming?

From May 31 to September 18, you can see the three headliners at any of their 45 shows across North America.

A full schedule of festival-style summer concerts with dates, venues and links to purchase tickets can be found below.

Where else will REO Speedwagon play in 2022?

When not participating in the live, non-zoom tour, REO Speedwagon “Take It On The Run” for:

Where else is Styx playing in 2022?

Other than the UnZoomed tour, Styx won’t have “too much time on (their) hands” with solo shows from February to May:

Where else is Loverboy playing in 2022?

If you’re a longtime Working for the Weekend fan, you can catch Loverboy on:

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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].