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Zero Underage Boozing Arrests

5/16/2014 9:45 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
0515-journey-facebook-01The word "duh" has never been more appropriate ... because cops in Chula Vista say they didn't arrest one single underage drinker Thursday night at the Journey concert. 

It's unclear if the statistic was a result of the CRACKDOWN cops called for to prevent kids from boozing at the show ... or, more likely, there just aren't underage people hitting up Journey concerts to get wasted these days!! 

Officials did say there WAS a large number of people under 21 at the Sleep Train Ampitheatre last night ... so, whatever the case ... SUCCESS!! 



... Say Cops Stuck In 1983

5/15/2014 9:57 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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Journey Underage Drinkers
SORRY UNDERAGE KIDS, your days of getting hammered at Journey concerts are OVER!!!!!!  

At least in Chula Vista, CA ... where cops say the local PD is DOUBLING its patrol out of fear underage drinking will run rampant when the band takes the stage. 

For the record, no ... it's not still 1983. 

But seriously, the Chula Vista PD just issued the following release to the media:

"CVPD will be enforcing ZERO TOLERANCE for underage drinking and public intoxication at the Journey concert tonight at Sleep Train Amphitheatre. We will be doubling our enforcement efforts to combat underage drinking and public intoxication both during the concert and the pre-concert tailgating activities.

Underage drinkers will be cited and removed from the venue without a refund for their ticket. Officers will also be on the look out for excessive drinking that is disruptive and/or a safety concern. Intoxicated patrons will be denied access to the event and NO refunds will be given.

All this ... and Steve Perry isn't even with the band anymore ... BUT COULD YOU IMAGINE IF HE WAS!?!?!?!!?!

Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon

Watch Us Get Married Live on Pay-Per-View

11/26/2013 12:20 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
Michaele Salahi
and Journey guitarist Neal Schon have announced plans for a quiet wedding with their closest family and friends ... and a LIVE Pay-Per-View audience -- available in 90 MILLION homes.

The PPV event/wedding is going down Dec. 15th at the Palace of the Fine Arts in San Fran... and if you didn't get the invite ... you can watch the three-hour TV special dubbed the "Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event" for just $14.95!!!


The event will be hosted by a veteran TV crew including Debbie Matenopoulos, Cameron Mathison, and Karyn Bryant ... and will feature live performances by (of course) Journey.

The couple will be the first to get married on Pay-Per-View ... and they'll be redeeming themselves by donating a portion of the proceeds to a charity that benefits typhoon relief in the Philippines. 

Be on the look-out for a surprise wedding crasher -- ex-husband Tareq ... he has a history with these things.


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