How to get tickets, dates and prices

We have bad news, Jukebox Heroes.

Foreigner is holding his “historic farewell tour” with Loverboy from March 24 to September 30.

66 more shows, and then the hot-blooded classic rockers “I want to know what love is” hang up for good.

Before they leave, fans will have the opportunity to catch Mick Jones and co. live in NY (where they got their start!) and NJ.

On July 28, Foreigner will land at the Darien Center in New York’s Darien Lake Amphitheater.

After that, they’ll bring “Cold As Ice” and all of their other massive hits to Saratoga Springs, NY’s Saratoga Performing Arts Center on August 1, Wantagh, NY’s Jones Beach Theater on August 2, Syracuse, NY’s St. Joseph’s Amphitheater on September 2, and finally Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on September 3.

Given the historic nature of this tour, tickets are surprisingly inexpensive.

In fact, at press time, we’ve found some for as little as $30 before fees on Vivid Seats.

No, you don’t experience “Double Vision” – you can really see the legendary band at prices that make sense on their last tour.

Want to know more?

Keep reading; we’ll get you up to speed with Foreigner’s farewell in no time.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

2023 Stranger Tour Dates

The “Historic Farewell Tour” kicks off in Las Vegas, The Venetian with back-to-back shows March 24-25.

Throughout the run they will be playing huge gigs in major North American cities like Fargo, ND (May 10), Nashville, TN (July 11), Dallas (August 11), Phoenix (August 20) and Idaho Falls (Sept. 26).

As of now, their final show is set to take place at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. on September 30.

A full schedule including all tour dates, locations, show start times and links to purchase tickets can be found here.

Foreign special guests

At each concert, Foreigner will follow fellow classic rock band Loverboy.

The group, best known for “Working For The Weekend” (which you might recognize as the soundtrack to the iconic Chris Farley-Patrick Swayze Chippendales ‘SNL’ skit) are hitmakers in their own right.

If you need a quick refresher on the Canadian band’s production, you can find Loverboy’s full catalog here.

Spoiler alert: “Turn Me Loose” is a pure delight for the ears.

Foreign group members

Now active for 47 years, the group has clearly had some turnover.

For fans who want to peek behind the curtain, here’s a) who you might see when they come to a city near you along with b) what they’re playing and c) how long each member of Foreigner performs with the band.

MickJones – lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards, backing vocals and lead vocals (since 1976)
Jeff Pilson – bass, keyboards, backing vocals (since 2004)
Kelly Hansen – lead vocals, percussion (2005-present)
Michael Bluestein – keyboards, backing vocals (since 2008)
Bruce Watson – rhythm and lead guitars, backing vocals (2011-present)
Chris Frazier – drums, percussion (since 2012)
Luis Maldonado – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2021-present)

Classic Rockers on Tour in 2023

Many hitmakers who have been popular since the Carter administration was in full swing are still doing so this year.

Here are just five of our favorite classic rockers you won’t want to miss over the next few months.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Billy Joel with Stevie Nicks

• The Doobie Brothers

• ZZ Top with Lynyrd Skynyrd

• Robert Plant with Alison Krauss

Need even more options? Check out our list of the 107 greatest bands of the 80s touring in 2023 here.

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