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Foreigner

Friday, February 10 
Show begins at 8 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Premium: $52
VIP/MEZZ: $62
Platinum: $72
VIP Ticket Package: $185

VIP Package includes:
*Platinum Seat
*Foreigner Tote Bag
*Autographed Limited Edition CD
*Photo with the band
*VIP Limited Edition Laminate
*$10 coupon towards merchandise purchase at show
Please call the Riverwind box office at 405.322.6464 for details on VIP ticket packages and to purchase.


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Foreigner has 9 Top 10 hits (that’s just one less than The Eagles, as many as Fleetwood Mac, more than Journey and most of their Classic Rock peers).

YouTube views of Foreigner’s hits have passed the 100 million mark. ‘Juke Box Hero’ alone has had over 40 million views, driven by such events as a Glee episode and Jimmy Fallon’s incredible Lip Sync Battle.

Their hit single, ‘Waiting For A Girl Like You’ was #2 in the Top 100 for a total of 14 weeks. This is a record in the history of Billboard magazine. It helped drive Foreigner to #49 on Billboard’s Hot 100 All Time Top Artists Chart. To put that in perspective, The Eagles are #54, Fleetwood Mac are #73 and Aerosmith are #90.

Foreigner ‘4’ spent more weeks on the Billboard chart at #1 than any album by AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, U2, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Genesis, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton and any artist in Atlantic Records’ 60-year history.

The band is consistently in the Top 20 at Classic Rock Radio. As a result of the depth of the catalog, the band gets more airplay at this important format than Tom Petty, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac, Def Leppard, U2, Bruce Springsteen, The Who, Heart and more.

Foreigner’s leader and founder, Mick Jones, wrote or co-wrote every Foreigner song, and produced or co-produced every album. He was inducted to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2013. He produced Billy Joel’s ‘Storm Front’ and Van Halen’s ‘5150’, the career best selling albums of both artists, and he has written songs with artists as diverse as Ozzy Osbourne and Eric Clapton, with whom he wrote ‘Bad Love’. Eric received a Grammy for that one!