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Mick Jones, Kelly Hansen and Jeff Pilson of Foreigner perform during Live Nation's celebration of The 3rd Annual National Concert Day at Irving Plaza on May 1, 2017 in New York City.

Another concert in Tampa has been called off. This morning Foreigner announced the band is pulling the plug on their Juke Box Heroes tour with Kansas and Europe. Tampa’s stop on the tour was scheduled for Saturday, September 5 at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds. According to the Live Nation website, refunds are available at point of purchase. If you bought tickets online, they say to sign in to your account to access your tickets and see your available refund and/or credit options. Otherwise, you should expect to receive your refund in as soon as 30 days.

The band released this statement on their Facebook page:

“We were very much looking forward to seeing you all at what promised to be a memorable evening of classic rock hits with Kansas and Europe this summer. We are grateful that so many of you had purchased tickets and we were looking forward to the tour as much as you were. We will get through this together and can’t wait to see you all again as soon as safely possible. If you have tickets for our Red Rocks show on July 22, please note that this date has been moved to July 22, 2021 as a Foreigner performance with a full orchestra. All tickets for this year’s show will be honored. We will be announcing the rest of our plans for 2021 shortly, and we hope to see you then!”


Foreigner at Busch Gardens in Tampa in 2019

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