Stonebridge Concerts presents Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman in concert at 7:15 p.m., Friday, March 31 in Crawford Auditorium at Grove City College.
Tickets are on sale now on campus, or online. General Admission tickets are $20 and $15 for students. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Foreman is an alternative rock guitarist, vocalist and songwriter who co-founded the band Switchfoot in 1996 alongside his brother Tim, and drummer Chad Butler. Switchfoot is best known for their hits “Meant to Live” and “Dare You to Move,” which grew their popularity amongst members of both the punk/alternative and Christian rock scenes, leading to a 2011 Grammy win for their “Hello Hurricane” album.
Foreman is working on several solo projects, recently releasing four independent EPs under the name “The Wonderlands.” The collection features 24 songs on the separate albums title “Sunlight,” “Shadows,” “Darkness” and “Dawn” — each representing a specific hour of the day. The album features a dynamic combination of instrumentation and lyrical depth that Foreman calls his “opus of light and darkness.” All four albums can be found on Spotify.
Foreman cites bands like Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and Radiohead as some of his greatest musical influences, and has collaborated with other artists like Relient K and Ryan O’Neal on various projects. When he is not performing, Foreman is actively involved in philanthropic efforts like Habitat for Humanity and the non-profit To Write Love on Her Arms.
Stonebridge Concerts is a student ministry with the purpose of furthering the Kingdom through bringing good music to Grove City College. Past Stonebridge concerts have featured House of Heroes, Jenny and Tyler, The Newsboys, The Gray Havens and The Oh Hello’s.