Decades after their 80s heyday, Foreigner is still playing to enthusiastic crowds around the country and will rock 3 Michigan stages this Summer.

Even when Lou Gramm left, Mick Jones and Foreigner never slowed down. Kelly Hansen stepped up to the microphone and when he opens his mouth, you're hearing that classic Foreigner sound. Judge for yourself as you'll have the opportunity to see the band at three very different venues in Michigan.

Michigan seems to be magic for Foreigner. It was at Soaring Eagle Casino in 2017 that the original members reunited for a 40th anniversary concert, filmed for a live album and DVD. In what had to be one of their most memorable shows of their career, they played at a nudist resort in 1995. Asked afterward about the show, Mick Jones replied "It felt like performing at a history-making event." The connection to our state goes even deeper as Junior Walker, the man who played the memorable saxophone solo on "Urgent" was from Battle Creek and is buried at Oak Hill cemetery.