Foreigner set to rock Enmax Centrium in Red Deer in October

Classic rock’s Juke Box Heroes are embarking on a 40th anniversary tour, which includes a performance in Red Deer.

Celebrating their 40th year as a band, Foreigner is set to go on a 10-city Canadian tour this fall which includes an Oct. 13 show at the Enmax Centrium.

Also featured on the tour is special guest, and Canadian rock band, Honeymoon Suite.

The band, known for hits including Cold as Ice, Hot Blooded, I Want To Know What Love Is and Juke Box Hero is building up to a new musical that will premier in Alberta in 2018. The musical, Juke Box Hero, is a coming of age saga written to the music of Foreigner.

But before the musical, tickets go on sale for the Oct. 13 concert at the Centrium on Friday at 10 a.m. at www.ticketsalberta.com. A presale starts on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and ends Thursday at midnight.

The tour will feature a companion album, which is a career spanning compilation of 40 hits from the band’s last 40 years.

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