Outstanding expression of how excellent the show was! Although I am a native Houstonian, and worked at the Summit as a floor usherette here in the early 80s, I had never been to the Arena Theater. How lucky we were to see Foreigner in that circular venue, a sold out show. Was on the 4th row (happily standing and dancing the entire show like everyone else) so got to make contact with Kelly on his chair walk. Because of the design, it seemed the artists could really connect with us, the audience, fans. The energy they brought to us was perfect. They were so good - suspect all of the shows are equally thrilling. I too felt like I had stepped back in time to days that are dearly missed. While, we are still as young inside (and out like Foreigner!), was pleased to be sitting next to some younger rock fans. We had a really great time together - they want more! Growing up in Houston, working the shows and attending so many, I have seen many legendary rock artists, up close and often with backstage access. Have seen more than most simply out of luck (just doing my job at the time). Not to diminish the excellence of other legends that have graced Houston, I must say, Foreigner you are now in a class of your own, transcending the historical impact of your music. I still have stars in my eyes, and wish I could break free to travel to see the show again. Would do it in a heartbeat if I could. Hope to meet you in person some day. Already had most the music, and do love Juke Box Heroes CD. Am really appreciative of how Foreigner contributed to our military heroes through the tour here. Thank you, Foreigner, for bringing it back - really wish I could see every show!