The event is scheduled for Dec. 15 at the Palace of Fine Arts, USA Today reported Tuesday.
"We were approached by a few networks wanting to tape, edit, and then broadcast the wedding as the beginning of a reality series focusing on our lives together," Schon, a founding member of Journey, said. "Ultimately, we thought, 'Hey, why give up creative control when we can do the whole thing live and share the wedding and the music directly with our fans, who have been so incredible!'"
Salahi and her ex-husband, Tareq, made headlines in 2009 when they successfully got into a White House event without an invitation and got to shake hands with President Obama. Salahi also appeared in "Real Housewives of Washington, D.C.," the first show in the franchise to be canceled.
"Neal & Michaele: The Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event," hosted by Debbie Matenopoulos, Cameron Mathison and Karyn Bryant, has a suggested tab of $14.95.
"This is truly my dream wedding, and I am so excited to share this incredible day with my best friend and the love of my life. My heart and home is wherever Neal is," Salahi said in the announcement.
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