DEARBORN, Mich. – Dearborn won’t have to “stop believing” as “Frontiers— The Journey Tribute,” takes center stage at this year’s 32nd Homecoming festival August 5-7.
The band will rock out on the Main Stage at Ford Field Park in Dearborn on Saturday, Aug. 6, starting at 8:30 p.m.
Touring all across the United States and performing at venues such as The House of Blues, the group is known as “THE national full-time touring tribute to Journey.”
Featuring vocalist Jeremey Hunsicker, the group caught the attention of Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain and founding member and guitarist Neal Schon.
The band, which became a full-time endeavor in 2008, also features guitarist Stephen Chesney, bass player Greg Eanes, and drummer Chris Castelda. Touring keyboard players Chad Campbell and Billy Jones round out the performances during alternating shows.
For more information on Frontiers, visit their website at www.journeytributeband.com.
Sunday night will feature another performance by a nationally acclaimed cover band, “Hotel California—A Salute to the Eagles,” who will take the Main Stage at 8:30 p.m. on August 7.
The quintet features members Dicky, Scott, Wade, Steve, and Kenny, who share vocals and musical skills. The members have opened separately for groups such as Boston, The Little River Band and Van Halen.
For more information on Hotel California, visit www.hotelcal.com.
Starting off the Main Stage festivities on Friday, Aug. 5 will be Larry Lee and the Back in the Day Band. Former Detroit Lion player and vice president Larry Lee leads the group in exciting performances of songs from the past and present, from 8:30-10 p.m.
Oakwood Healthcare System is the presenting sponsor of the 2011 Homecoming. This year, the festival is being coordinated by the City of Dearborn with its new partner, the Dearborn Community Fund, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing cultural and recreational experiences.
As is tradition, all shows at Homecoming are free and all are invited to stay for fireworks on both Saturday and Sunday nights.
The festival features 20 food booths operated by not-for-profit groups that raise money for their community activities, beer and wine coolers for purchase, free children and family activities, a carnival, three entertainment stages, Living History Hill, craft fair organized by the Dearborn Community Arts Council and class reunion picnics from all of Dearborn’s high schools.
Look for more information soon at www.cityofdearborn.org or call 313-943-2285.