Journey will be in New Orleans Super Bowl weekend. The rock group, led by Neal Schon, will join country trio Rascal Flatts for a 'CMT Crossroads' special at 11PM ET on CMT. 'CMT Crossroads' pairs country superstars with rock or pop artists for a concert of each band's most well-known songs. This is the second time Journey and Rascal Flatts have shared a stage.

The concert will take place at the New Orleans Sugar Mill at 10PM ET on Feb. 2, and will be aired on CMT one hour later. Last June, the two groups joined forces at the CMT Music Awards in Nashville, recreating the classic hit 'Don't Stop Believin'' in front of a live audience at the Bridgestone Arena.

Other classic rockers who've taken part in the 'CMT Crossroads' series include Aerosmith's Steven Tyler -- who teamed up with Carrie Underwood during Super Bowl weekend 2012 -- Bon Jovi (with Sugarland), Robert Plant (with Alison Krauss) and Def Leppard.