Will you be going to see YES or YES this summer?

ARW has now taken on the name YES, which IMO, is the way it should be. Jon and Chris (RIP) were the founding members, so I say if Jon is playing Yes music, he has every right to the name. Especially with Rick in the band. So now that this discussion is open, which Yes will you be going to see? This is an easy one for me, the one with Jon Anderson as the lead singer.
I’ve seen Yes 4 times ( Tales of Topographic Oceans,Relayer,90125,Union Tours) so I will pass. ARW was just down here but I prefer Rabin influenced YES. So no.

I saw the Union tour also. I have to see him live to determine, but many are saying Jon is in very good form. I was kicking myself for missing ARW last year, so was happy to see they are coming back. I admit that I'm not a hardcore Yes fan, but I couldn't get excited about Yes without Jon.
I saw AWR here in Phoenix some months ago , and he and the band were fantastic. Nobody wet home disappointed that night. After the second song, the audience simply wouldn't stop a standing ovation...And Jon Anderson seemed genuinely surprised and humbled. He finally just put his hands up as if to say "I'm speechless".

I have tickets to see the other Yes here in August. I saw them here a year before Chris Squire passed, and they were also in great form, except for Alan White, who I have always considered wrong for the band.  
I don't quite understand your comment. Treveo Rabin is with AWR, and playing some of his own solo stuff as well, so why wouldn't you want to see them? 
I meant Trevor...sorry.
I have center orchestra seats seventh row to see YES in September at the Fraze Pavilion! Very excited to see them one more time.
Yes went away with Chris Squire. Jon Anderson is the only original member there. Peter Banks/Tony Kaye era Yes is the best.
Peter and Chris thanks for the wonderful music. RIP
For the sake of this thread, maybe we can refer to Anderson,Rabin, and Wakeman as ARW.  Tom6897- I assume you are referring to the John Davidson, Howe, Downes, Sherwood, Alan White version of YES?  (-:
I am referring to  as you say AWR aka: YES featuring Jon Anderson •Trevor Rabin • and Rick Wakeman.  http://www.fraze.com/yes/
Have my tickets for the ARW show in Albany this October. Looking forward to this one.
They were surprisingly good on the Rock & Roll hall of fame induction show. I expected another doddering nostalgia performance of half-dead, past-their-prime players. But it was pretty good. They didn't sound like they did in the 70s, but it was well done, interesting and entertaining. 

They've been touring like crazy recently, which is always good for tightening up a band and making them more than just a sum of their parts. Unfortunately, they don't appear to be coming to this area in the near future. 
They have a pretty extensive US tour this year. The bass player and drummer are also excellent.
Great show in Clearwater fl   Refreshing choices of albums. Same energy as the 70's. 

I ended up seeing them in Toronto, and in Albany.  snook2- agree with you 100%. They were great. Sure, they played nearly if not identical set lists in the above shows, but I enjoyed  them none the less. I can't get South Side of the Sky out of my head. Just tantalizing.