Foreigner Double Pass — performing Claudelands Arena, Thursday November 1
Legendary rock band Foreigner will return to New Zealand this November to perform one of their newly envisaged orchestral concerts and we have a final chance to win a double pass to take in their much anticipated and sole Kiwi show and it’s right on your doorstep!
Fans and the curious alike from across the country will be flocking to Claudelands Arena to witness the prolific rockers belt out all of their iconic hits with an 18-piece orchestral backing, led by celebrated Canberra conductor Kenneth Lampl.
Foreigner favourites including Feels Like The First Time, Cold As Ice, Waiting For A Girl Like You, Urgent and the timeless #1 global smash I Want To Know What Love Is, will bring audiences to their feet.
At Foreigner’s core is founder and Songwriters Hall of Fame member Mick Jones, the visionary maestro whose stylistic song-writing, indelible guitar hooks and multi-layered talents continue to escalate Foreigner’s influence and guide the band to new horizons.
He reformed the band after a 2002 hiatus and selected lead singer Kelly Hansen to help write an inspired new chapter in the history of Foreigner.
Mick also brought in multiinstrumentalist Tom Gimbel (ex Aerosmith), and other top flight musicians.
An unprecedented new level of energy led the group to a re-emergence of astounding music that speaks to long time Foreigner fans and younger generations.
“Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer’s orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy,” says Mick
Do not miss this incredible opportunity to see one of the most celebrated bands in music, Foreigner, perform all their hits in full orchestral sound.
For a night to remember and a show you will never forget!
Tickets from Ticketek
■ Competition by Fill The House Tickets Project — proudly supporting families of children with cancer. Email your name, address and daytime telephone number(s) to email@example.com, with Foreigner in the subject, by Friday, September 21.