The tour gets under way July 21 in San Bernardino, California and is schedule through October 13.
Benatar, 59, will be joined on stage by her usual partner in crime: Her husband of thirty years (and longtime guitarist) Neil Giraldo, 56.
The rock 'n' roll couple talked to PARADE about their upcoming summer tour, the secret to a successful marriage in Hollywood, and more.
What can fans expect from your tour this summer?
Pat Benatar: "I think it's going to be a really good concert series. There's going to be a lot of hits, and a lot of good music. We've known all these guys forever, so it should be a good time for everybody."
Neil Giraldo: "We haven't played with Journey for 30 years. They're nice guys and they play great."
The '80s are making a comeback. Why do you think that is?
Benatar: "I don't know. It was a time when everybody was into a lot of music, so I think it has a lot of relevance and it brings people back to their youth and happy days."
Giraldo: "When I was 21, I loved the '50s. I loved The Platters and Frank Sinatra, so each generation kind of falls back to the one previous. There's a mystery that's intriguing because you weren't actually there. The '80s were also a period of excess. I think we all kind of dipped in that, maybe a little bit too much, and I think that's intriguing to people as well."
Do you have a favorite song you like to perform?
Benatar: "That's really hard. It's kind of like having to pick your favorite child. 'Hell is for Children' is amazing to do every night and 'Promises in the Dark' and 'Love Is a Battlefied,' of course, but my absolute favorite would be 'Heartbreaker.' It's the one that started everything, so it has a very special place in my heart. And it still rocks every night! It's so fun to do."
Giraldo: "It changes every night. I do like 'Let's Stay Together' because when we do that live, it gives me a chance to play other instruments."
What's the secret to a successful marriage in Hollywood?
Benatar: "We stay out of Hollywood as much as we can. We met right before anything happened; we started out as regular people. We have a lot of respect for each other and we love each other. It's kind of an incestuous relationship — there isn't any part of our lives that isn't intertwined — so even when there's a conflict, you just have to resolve it. I feel about him now the way I felt about him the very first moment I saw him, and I am so grateful for that. We're nuts about each other."
Giraldo: It's about respect. When we met and put this thing together, we did it as partners. It was a partnership from the very beginning. We based our whole relationship on mutual respect and being each other's muse and that's how we've always been. We were just two missing pieces that found each other."
What do your two daughters think of mom and dad?
Benatar: "They look at me like I'm an antique.