Concert Review

Foreigner (2018)

Foreigner (2018)

The 2018 Foreigner concert at Kitchener’s Centre In The Square was nothing short of spectacular. Taking the stage with their modern lineup, band kicked off the night with a surge of energy that electrified the entire venue. From the moment they launched into “Double Vision” to the final notes of “I Want to Know What Love Is,” the crowd was captivated by their timeless hits and flawless performance.

Kelly Hansen, who took over lead vocal duties, commanded the stage with his dynamic presence and powerful voice, effortlessly channeling the spirit of Foreigner’s original frontman, Lou Gramm. The band’s musicianship was outstanding.

One of the highlights of the night was the seamless transition between their classic rock anthems and heartfelt ballads. Songs like “Cold as Ice” and “Juke Box Hero” had the audience on their feet, while emotional tracks like “Waiting for a Girl Like You” struck a chord with fans, showcasing the band’s versatility and emotional depth.

The atmosphere was electric, with fans singing along to every word and dancing in the aisles. The production value was top-notch, with stunning visuals and lighting enhancing the overall experience. Foreigner’s performance was a testament to their enduring legacy and the timeless appeal of their music.