Foreigner Extends Current Tour AND Announces New Juke Box Heros 2018 tour

One of the greatest rock bands to emerge from the late 70’s and 80’s just announced a HUGE new leg to their tour AND a new 2018 tour!  Foreigner will have one epic busy year where they will on the road for their 40th Anniversary tour across the states.  That tour runs from Feb. 22 in McAllen, TX and will wrap up April 28 in Durant, OK.  They will also hit up Austin, Atlantic City, Fort Lauderdale, Duluth and Biloxi.  Special guest Dave Eggar Orchestra will join on select dates.  This 40th Anniversary Tour officially kicked off in July of 2017 and included special guests Cheap Trick and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience.

After that tour wraps up, Foreigner just announced a different 2018 tour.  This new tour is dubbed the ‘Juke Box Heros Tour’ and will kick off June 15 in Bangor, ME and will conclude on Aug. 3 in Concord, CA.  Foreigner will also travel to Boston, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Nashville, Chicago and Denver.  Special guests David Coverdale and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience will join on tour.


Foreigner started their career when they released their self titled debut album back in 1977.  The album included the hit singles ‘Feels Like the First Time’, ‘Cold as Ice’, and ‘Long, Long Way from Home.’  They have since released 8 more studio albums, selling more than 80 million records in the U.S. alone.  Back in 2014, Foreigner and Styx joined forces for their ‘The Soundtrack of the Summer Tour’ with Dan Felder, Loverboy and Grand Funk Railroad.


See below for all upcoming Foreigner shows:

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