Lou Gramm at Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre

Lou Gramm Tickets

Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts | Red Bank, New Jersey

Lou Gramm

WAKE UP Jersey peeps! Pull out your calendars and start marking! Our beloved rock legend, Lou Gramm, is bringing his electrifying TOUR to our shores! Specifically, we're talking Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, New Jersey. FEBRUARY 9, 2024, is THE date to keep your schedule clear because this is a CONCERT experience that you can't afford to miss!

Picture this: crisp, clear night air under the February New Jersey sky, the spectacular Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre, and YOU, right in the heart of the action, experiencing a divine LIVE SHOW like no other! Lou Gramm, the original voice of Foreigner, is gonna belt out his mega HITS - "I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Cold as Ice,” and "Juke Box Hero,” all LIVE and LOUD. Feel his powerhouse vocals soar and pierce the night, folks! This is pure, uncut, rock 'n roll ecstasy about to rain down on you!

But wait! This ain't no time to daydream! Time's TICKING! You gotta GET your TICKETS, mate! Don't forget - These hotcakes sell like, well, HOTCAKES.

So move those fingers, hit up the internet, and secure your golden TICKET to ride! This ain't just another night in Red Bank, it's THE rock 'n roll event of the year. Trust me, you'll brag about it to your grandkids. Lou Gramm, LIVE, in the flesh. You, there, in the concert crowd. MAGIC. See you there!

CALLING OUT to all the die-hard rockers, music fanatics, and Lou Gramm enthusiasts! We're talking about a freakin' ICON! The blazing legend and former lead vocalist of the ultimate ’70s and ’80s band, Foreigner. Yeah, THAT Lou Gramm, the Juke Box Hero himself, is about to kickstart the ear-splitting, mind-boggling, heart-racing gig of a lifetime here in our own backyard.

Listen up, 'coz here’s the scoop, the BIG NEWS: The Lou Gramm Band is on TOUR and they are rocking their way through the good old US of A. The next STOP? The zesty, rhythm-filled town of Red Bank, New Jersey at none other than the Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts, on February 9, 2024. Mark your calendars folks, that's gonna be a day to REMEMBER.

What is more, the concert isn’t just a regular jam session; it's a leap back into the days of true-blue rock 'n' roll, a whirlwind of legendary hits from “Waiting for a Girl Like You” to “I Want to Know What Love Is.” Lou Gramm's distinctive voice, raw energy and rock-n-roll swagger - you’ll get it all! QUAKING you to the CORE.

There's no denying the grandeur of Lou Gramm. This Grammy-nominated powerhouse has been hailed as one of the greatest singers in rock. He's a living, breathing testament to the relentless power of MUSIC. This concert? Pure MAGIC. Dreamy, bone-shakin', soul-stirrin' magic! Feel it in your veins. Feel it in your SOUL.

And, folks, we know the venue can make or break a concert. So, behold the legendary Count Basie Center for the Arts. This place isn't simply a theater, it's an ENTIRE EXPERIENCE! With a history steeped in stunning performances and ground-breaking cultural memories, this venue puts you under a hypnotic spell. From the legendary stage to the ultra-cool vibe, it's all woven with the fabric of GREATNESS.

Red Bank, New Jersey is a hotbed of excitement with the charm of a small town. The Count Basie Center beautifully encapsulates that charm, yet pushes the boundaries with top-notch facilities, electric energy, and unparalleled acoustics, making each concert not just memorable, but EPIC.

Now, let's cut to the chase: TICKETS are on sale NOW! Yeah, you heard it right. NOW is the time to SEIZE the moment. Grab your friends, rock those leather jackets, and let Lou Gramm rip it up like a TORNADO under the New Jersey sky. This isn't just a concert—it's an EXPLOSION of raw, unapologetic, kick-ass Music! Secure your spot for this euphoric joyride. It's RIGHT HERE waiting for YOU!

Lou Gramm at Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts

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