Neal Schon, fiance plan pay-TV wedding

Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesMichaele Salahi and Neal Schon of Journey before performing the National Anthem at the college football game between the Arizona State Sun Devils and the USC Trojans at Sun Devil Stadium on September 28

Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesMichaele Salahi and Neal Schon of Journey before performing the National Anthem at the college football game between the Arizona State Sun Devils and the USC Trojans at Sun Devil Stadium on September 28

Can’t make it to Journey guitarist Neal Schon’s wedding to Michaele Salahi at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts on Dec. 15?

Not to worry, it’s coming to pay-per-view.

TMZ says the three-hour “Winter Wonderland Wedding and Musical Event” — which will include a performance by Journey — will be available to 90 million homes at a cost of $14.95 per viewing. The couple says a portion of the proceeds will go to typhoon relief in the Philippines.

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