The ballad-ready band is best known for its songs like “I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Cold As Ice,” “Waiting for a Girl Like You” and “Feels Like the First Time.”
Foreigner first played Duluth in 1977 on a bill with Head East and UFO.
As for the Denfeld choir — Maroon 16 submitted a video of its interpretation of “I Want to Know What Love Is” to KQDS and won fan-favorite. They’ll be on stage with the band during part of the concert.
Foreigner plays at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Symphony Hall at the DECC. Tickets start at $55 and are available at www.jadepresents.com and Ticketmaster outlets like www.ticketmaster.com and the DECC box office.
Low plays organ concert at Sacred Heart
Turn around, bright eyes. Low will perform a special organ-centric concert on Friday night — and because it requires the use of the in-house Felgemaker, the band will play from the balcony. Low was commissioned to compose work for Organ Reformed, a music festival at Union Chapel in London — a band-favorite venue. Now they’re bringing the concert — billed as an organ concert, an opera and a rock show — home.
They also performed in Amsterdam and at SXSW.
The concert is a fundraiser for Friends of the Felgemaker and CHUM. Ingeborg von Agassiz opens.
Low organ concert is at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Sacred Heart Music Center, 201 W. Fourth St. Tickets: $10 available at Electric Fetus, Globe News in Superior, www.eventbrite.com.
‘Transmutation’ opens at Zeitgeist
An exhibition of new works by Eric Dubnicka opens Monday at the Zeitgeist Atrium. “Transmutation: Art of Love and Growth” is a collection of work that, according to his artist statement, is an inward response to outward pain and grief.
“As we grow spiritually and seek hope