Foreigner is returning to Duluth and KOOL 101.7 has your chance to win tickets to see the show that's happening on Tuesday, May 9, 2023.

Just listen to KOOL 101.7 this week.  During the KOOL 90 Minute Work Day Kickoff, we'll give you the chance to call in and walk away with some great seats for the show.  When you hear us tell you it's time to call in, just dial 218-727-5665 and you could be the lucky winner!

Foreigner last played Duluth in 2018 in a joint-concert with the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra.  That show was a combination of Foreigner's hits played along with symphonic parts for a unique setting

For the May 9 show, the Foreigner will return to their rock roots - as part of their Greatest Hits Tour.  The Duluth stop will be at the DECC Symphony Hall, with an 8:00 PM showtime.  Because that venue is smaller than the original arena or the newer Amsoil Arena, you'll want to make sure you lock in those tickets if you want them; the promoter expects that the show ill sell fast as there are a lot of Foreigner fans in the Twin Ports.

If you don't want to wait to win the tickets - or you're not lucky enough, don't despair; general ticket sales have already begun.  Ticket prices range from $85.00 to $437.00 each - depending on the seating section you desire.

Since the mid-1970's, Foreigner has translated their own brand of arena rock into gold and platinum records and countless awards.

One bit of trivia about the band:  the name "Foreigner" came about because the orginal lineup consisted of three musicians from Great Britain (Mick Jones, Ian McDonald, and Dennis Elliott) and three were from America (Lou Gramm, Al Greenwood, and Ed Gagliardi); they were "foreigners" to each other.

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