October 19 7:30 pm

120 Minutes

Dynamic Pricing: Ticket prices raise based upon availability and as show approaches.


Orchestra Center – $42.00
Orchestra Sides – $38.00
Lower Mezzanine – $36.00
Upper Mezzanine – $30.00
Balcony – Closed until 75% of main floor sold

Frontiers is the world’s number one tribute to Journey. These five talented, skilled, renowned NYC area musicians recreate the music of Journey to perfection, note for note – every nuance, every iconic riff, all the feels. Frontiers covers all the greatest hits of Journey, taking you back to the late 70’s during Journey’s magical inception with Gregg Rolie and Neal Schon, and to the 80’s with Steve Perry and Jonathan Cain, when Journey’s timeless, chart topping hits such as Open Arms, Separate Ways, Send Her My Love, Faithfully, Stone in Love, Don’t Stop Believing, Who’s Crying Now, Anyway You Want It, and many others ruled the airwaves.

When both Steve Perry and Neal Schon proclaim to the world via Twitter that Frontiers is their favorite Journey tribute band, you know you’re in for an authentic, unmatched, amazing experience.

* Atmospheric effects used for this performance

Calendar for FRONTIERS

  • 7:30pm

Getting Here

Batavia Fine Arts Centre Main Stage

1250 W. Wilson Street
Batavia, IL 60510

1250 West Wilson Street

1250 West Wilson Street, Batavia, IL 60510, USA




Marc started his musical journey learning trumpet and Baritone in grade school, playing in the jazz band and at regional performances. His love of hard rock and heavy metal lead him to pick up the bass guitar at the age of 13.

Soon after, at the young age of 15, he had already joined his first original project, performing at large venues all over the NY/NJ metro area, and hasn’t stopped since.

Throughout the years, Marc has performed and recorded with many of the areas most successful bands and musicians. His love of rock and funk and the ability to perform many genres of music has made him one of the area’s most sought after bass players.




Gerry Fortus began playing the drums when he was 8 years old concentrating heavily on drum theory. Growing up in the 80’s, when hard rock and heavy metal ruled the airwaves, Gerry began to formulate his style of playing. He spent the next six years performing heavily to cover songs ranging from Dio to Black Sabbath.

At age 16, Gerry performed in front of large audiences. He has spent the bulk of his time performing at various venues like the world famous “Stone Pony”, “L’Amour” and “Starland Ballroom”. He continued performing regularly in the club circuit in various original and cover projects throughout the greater New York/New Jersey area. He is currently working as a studio drummer and fill in drummer for various live bands around the tri-state area. Gerry is also the current drummer for FRONTIERS – The Ultimate Journey Tribute.

Paul Santana

Paul Santana


Paulo, originally from São Paulo, Brazil, started his musical studies at the age of 10, at 15 he decided to study piano and have his first musical experiences with bands in local churches. He attended the Universidade Livre de Musica-ULM and Fundação de São Caetano do Sul in Brazil.

At the age of 20 he started working in the studio producing several names in the music scene in São Paulo for about 10 years and also accompanying some award-winning names of Brazilian music on national and international tours.

In 2015, he moved to NYC to pursue a music career and has since worked as a solo artist as well as with several local artists and musicians.




Elaine Tuttle is a professional singer & vocal coach performing in no less than 14 different ensembles several nights a week in NY, NJ & New Orleans. Elaine just headlined with Girls Girls Girls (all girl Motely Crue tribute) at a packed Gramercy Theatre in NYC on 1/30, and performed with her Dio era Black Sabbath tribute band Bible Black NYC at Slake concert hall in NYC for the Global Black Sabbath Convention on 2/24.

She is an extremely versatile vocalist that sings classical, ethnic, metal, hard rock, blues, jazz, pop, r&b. Elaine has performed at world class Carnegie Hall, recently performing Brahms’ Requiem twice in the last 4 years and played the lead female role with Porphyra in Porphyra: A Grecian Rock Opera in May – her 9th performance at Carnegie Hall.

Elaine has opened for UFO, Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple, Rainbow), Joey Belladona of Anthrax, W.A.S.P., Missing Persons and others with her original band Infernophonic, who released a critically acclaimed CD called Spark it Up in 2008.




While it appears as though an increasing amount of rock guitarists had become “one dimensional” circa the early 21st century, there were exceptions to the rule, such as Damon Marks. To prove this claim, all you have to do is inspect the varied artists he has played with over the years, including R&B/gospel singer Jermaine Paul and rocker Bret Michaels, among others.

Marks has also made it a point to give back to others – beginning in 2010, he founded the Traveling Guitar Foundation, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to ensure that school children have access to high-quality musical instruments and instruction during a time when school systems across the country are facing budgetary restraints. Such artists as Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Daryl “DMC” McDaniel, Heart, Melanie Fiona, Leon Thomas III, Ariana Grande, Mike Reid, Victoria Justice, Mariah Carey, Michael Bolton, and Rick Springfield have donated their time to the organization