Monday, November 16, 2015
Foreigner have announced dates for a European tour.
The summer 2016 series of shows will be split into two runs: a 2-week trek that begins at The Palladium in London, UK on June 7, and a week of festival appearances in August.
In August, Foreigner recorded their forthcoming album, “The Hits Unplugged and Live”, at a private event benefitting JDRF (formally known as Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) at The Ford Motor Company Conference and Event Center in Dearborn, Michigan.
The band donated their performance that evening and royalties from the record – which will released in early 2016 – to JDRF.
In recent years, Foreigner have issued several live and compilation albums, while their last studio effort was 2009’s “Can’t Slow Down.”
2016 European tour
Jun 07 - London, UK, The Palladium
Jun 12 - Sofia, Bulgaria - Arena Armeec
Jun 14 - Tel Aviv Israel - Caesarea Amphitheatre
Jun 15 - Tel Aviv, Israel - Caesarea Amphitheatre
Jun 17 - Dessel, Belgium - Graspop
Jun 18 - Clisson, France - Hellfest
Aug 04 - Wacken, Germany - Wacken Festival (Sold Out)
Aug 05 - Schwetzingen, Germany - Open Air Im Park
Aug 06 - Nurnberg, Germany - Lieder am See
Aug 08 - Cologne, Germany - Tanzbrunnen
Aug 09 - Mainz, Germany - Nordmohle
Aug 12 - Erlach, Switzerland - Lakeside Festival
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