If you want to know what love is, all you have to do is head on over to the Sandman Centre next month.
Longtime rock band Foreigner will be hitting the stage on Feb. 24.
You’ve definitely heard their hits on the radio. They include "Juke Box Hero," "Cold As Ice" and "Feels Like The First Time."
Foreigner has 10 multi-platinum albums (the first album was released in 1977) and 16 top 30 hits under their belt.
Tour promoter John Lappen says the band will put a local twist on their performance of "I Want To Know What Love Is."
"The Kamloops School of the Arts choir will be performing with the band,” he writes in an email to KamloopsMatters.
He adds Foreigner will be donating $500 to the choir for their appearance, and they’ll also have the choir sell Foreigner CDs at the concert. All proceeds will go toward The Grammy Foundation, an organization that helps keep music education in curriculums across North America.
KamloopsMatters has reached out to the arts school for comment and is waiting to hear back.
The Feb. 24 show starts at 7 p.m.
You can visit ticketmaster.ca to buy tickets. Prices range from $73 to $216 (before tax).
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