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// November 23 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm


On sale Friday, May 3 at noon!

It’s a night of classics as The Family Arena presents Foghat. Don’t miss an unforgettable experience as Foghat, Head East, Shooting Star, and Missouri take the stage to perform their iconic hits.

Foghat began back in 1971 when Lonesome Dave Peverett and Roger Earl decided to leave Savoy Brown and start a band of their own. Over the years, Foghat has earned eight Gold Records, one Platinum Record and one DoublePlatinum record. Now, in 2024, Foghat consists of Roger Earl pounding the skins, long time member Bryan Bassett (Molly Hatchet, Wild Cherry) on lead/slide guitar, singer/bassist Rodney O’Quinn (Pat Travers Band) on bass & vocals, and newest member, lead vocalist and guitarist Scott Holt (Buddy Guy). These four members remain true to the original spirit of Foghat and play in reverence to those who have gone on.

If Foghat had been a one hit wonder and only had success with the song “Slow Ride” they’d still have a well-deserved place in rock ‘n’ roll history. However, Foghat has been so much more than that having just had their first #1 record ever with SONIC MOJO! Rest assured, this band will truly roll ‘til their old and rock ‘til they drop. Roger Earl has been at this for 53 years and has no plan of stopping now.

The legendary classic rock band Head East has long set the standard for authentic, full-vocal, goodtime rock harmonies that few bands can equal. Their high-energy shows are filled with superb vocals, flashy guitar work and memorable keyboard melodies that continue to rock audiences of all ages. Their signature song, “Never Been Any Reason” (with notable chorus “Save my life I’m going down for the last time”) has long been considered by many radio stations across the country as “The Rock & Roll National Anthem.” Their music has been featured in the cult classic “Dazed and Confused,” as well as “Sahara” and “The Education of Charlie Banks,” Emmy award winning TV shows Friday Night Lights and That 70s Show. Their newest studio release (October 2023), Full Circle, contains several newly updated versions of Head East classic party rockers, including their monumental classic ‘Never Been Any Reason (Save My Life)’. New, and soon-to-be HE classics on Full Circle include the country flavored ‘You Can’t Go Home’ and a rockin’ cover of the pop classic ‘Treat Me Right’, which was recorded decades ago by the classic Head East line-up but remained unfinished and unreleased until now. The current line-up of Head East put the finishing touches on ‘Treat Me Right’ bringing it around ‘Full Circle’.

Head East is a 5-piece band consisting of Roger Boyd (keyboards & vocals), Greg Manahan (bass, lead guitar & vocals), Mark Murtha (lead guitar & vocals), Eddy Jones (drums & vocals), and Darren Walker (lead vocals & bass). They have always been one of the friendliest, most approachable, professional bands in rock and roll who are willing to make themselves available at all times for interviews and “meet and greets”.

2018 was the 38th Anniversary of the legendary Shooting Star debut album released in 1980. Featuring the iconic hit songs written by Van McLain and Gary West; “Bring It On,” “Last Chance,” and more. Sadly, Van McLain passed away that same year. The remaining members were determined to continue on to honor Van and keep his music alive. With the full support from Van’s family SHOOTING STAR continues to shine today.

Missouri’s debut album, “Missouri,” was released in August 1977. A month after its release, the album was featured on “Billboard’s Recommended Album” page. As the album received massive airplay on Midwest radio, Missouri embarked upon a concert tour. Missouri toured with national acts such as Ted Nugent, Golden Earring, Scorpions, Blackfoot, Sammy Hagar, Nazareth, Molly Hatchet, REO Speedwagon, Blackfoot, Rush, Blue Oyster Cult, Van Halen, Jefferson Starship, just to name a few.

Parking at The Family Arena - $15

There are approximately 3,500 parking spaces on a lighted surface lot adjacent to the Family Arena. Handicapped parking is available in the southwest corner of the arena lot. Parking fees can vary based on event needs and are specified on each event listing on our site. Please see the event page for show specific information.

VIP Parking - $30

VIP parking is located on the south side of the arena across from the main entrance. VIP parking is an additional fee. Guests wishing to be dropped off or picked up before or after an event should use the South parking entrance. A separate two-lane drive with a turn-around lane allows guests to be easily picked up or dropped off. This area also provides temporary parking for purchases at the ticket office.

12-person suite: SOLD OUT
24-person suite: SOLD OUT
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