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Foreigner to perform in Israel for fourth time

British-American band, famed for their love-hungry 70s and 80s hits, will perform at Ra’anana’s Amphi stage on September 29

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The British-American rock band Foreigner with founder and lead guitarist Mick Jones, from left, guitarist Bruce Watson, keyboardist Michael Bluestein, lead vocalist Kelly Hansen and drummer Chris Frazier performs at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion as part of The Juke Box Heroes Tour, Wednesday, June 20, 2018, in Boston. (Photo by Robert E. Klein/Invision/AP)
The British-American rock band Foreigner with founder and lead guitarist Mick Jones, from left, guitarist Bruce Watson, keyboardist Michael Bluestein, lead vocalist Kelly Hansen and drummer Chris Frazier performs at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion as part of The Juke Box Heroes Tour, Wednesday, June 20, 2018, in Boston. (Photo by Robert E. Klein/Invision/AP)

British-American band Foreigner, known for a string of love-hungry seventies and eighties hits, will perform at Ra’anana’s Amphi stage on September 29, as part of their 2022 world tour.

It will be Foreigner’s fourth time performing in Israel.

The band was popular in the late 1970s and 1980s for hits such as “Cold As Ice,” “Hot Blooded” and “I Want To Know What Love Is,” which topped the US, UK, Canadian and Australian charts.

Lead guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones founded Foreigner, and is the only remaining original band member, although he wasn’t present during the band’s 2021 tour.

Tickets cost NIS 284 and are available through the Eventim site.

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