Foreigner Concert Locations
This season Foreigner tour is set bring sold out concerts around the world. See below for all upcoming Foreigner tour locations and concerts. Venues across the USA and world are going to be hosting the high anticipated Foreigner concert tour.
Shoreline Amphitheatre - CA
Shoreline Amphitheatre - CA, Mountain View, California
St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Syracuse, New York
Starlight Theatre - Kansas City
Starlight Theatre - Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri
Stormont Vail Events Center
Stormont Vail Events Center, Topeka, Kansas
Symphony Hall At DECC
Symphony Hall At DECC, Duluth, Minnesota
Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre, Phoenix, Arizona
The Aiken Theatre - Old National Events Plaza
The Aiken Theatre - Old National Events Plaza, Evansville, Indiana
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Spring, Texas
The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall At Tucson Convention Center
The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall At Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona
The Pavilion At Star Lake
The Pavilion At Star Lake, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Given how long Foreigner have been on the music scene, it’s no surprise that they’ve played a lot of concerts. In fact, to date the band has played over 2,200 concerts in total, including concerts during headlining and co-headlining tours and in support of fellow artists. Since the 1970s the band has been fairly consistent in delivering amazing live performance content for their fans with annual shows being a near guarantee. Recently, the band had even announced the Juke Box Heroes 2020 Tour, but had to cancel most of their concert dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the band was set to open for Kid Rock during select dates of his Bad Reputation Tour.
But speaking of their recent concert history, since 2010, the band has been busy, with an average of 100 concerts per year at a minimum, excluding 2020, which only had 32 live performance dates. Many of these concerts were held in the biggest venues in the US as well as music festivals around the world. And this includes a legendary show on March 30, 2019 on the M/S Celebrity Infinity as part of the 70’s Rock & Romance Cruise or their visit to Washington’s lani Cowlitz Ballroom on October 13, 2019.
When the band had to cancel many of their 2020 tour dates, fans wondered what would come next for Foreigner. And they got their answer in 2021 and 2022 with nearly 160 concerts played between both years. And right now, they’ve already announced their first concert tour event for 2023, with a visit to Arizona’s Tucson Music Hall in early April.
It’s clear to fans and critics that Foreigner is going to keep on putting out the hits and their live shows are going to continue being the crowd pleasers that fans of rock deserve.