Foreigner has announced plans for another North American Tour this year, and will be joined by two bands with a number of hits from the 1970's and 1980's.

The "Juke Box Heroes 2020" Tour will feature Foreigner as the headliner. Kansas and Europe will be joining them for the the entire trek.

There is only one Michigan tour stop. That will be at DTE Energy Music Theatre on Tuesday, July 28 at 7:00 PM. Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, January 17 at 10:00 AM. Ticket prices will start at $25 for lawn seating.

Kelly Hanson stays on as lead singer for Foreigner, with original member Mick Jones still on the road with the band. Kansas still has original members Phil Ehart on drums and Rich Williams on lead guitar. Billy Greer is currently the band's lead singer. As for Europe, well, their most well-known LP in America, The Final Countdown, only had two original members in Joey Tempest (lead vocals) and John Norum (guitar). That album also featured John Leven (bass), Mic Michaeli (keyboards), and Ian Haugland (drums). All five of those guys are still in the current line up.

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