Train 2015 Picasso at the Wheel Summer Tour
6/19/15 - Rock band Train visited the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, NY on Tuesday night where they put on an impressive headlining show as a stop on their Picasso At The Wheel Tour. Lead singer Pat Monahan sounded better than ever as he opened the night with “Just A Memory” before launching into “50 Ways to Say Goodbye.” During “If It’s Love,” Monahan actually got up close and personal with some of the audience by walking around and taking selfies with fans’ phones, much to the approval of the crowds. Come find out what he will do next at tonight’s show in Bangor, ME at the Darlings Waterfront Pavilion. Tickets are still available in limited quantities and start at prices as low as $37.
4/24/15 - Train lead singer Patrick Monahan recently stopped by the New York Stock Exchange, of all places, to discuss the band’s upcoming seventh studio album and ensuing tour. The new tour will be called the 2015 Picasso At The Wheel Summer Tour, which honors the new album entitled Bulletproof Picasso. The tour will include 45 cities around North America, and fellow musicians The Fray will join the band for most stops. This is the first tour for the guys in several years, and they’re excited to get back on the road. It all kicks off on May 21 at the Sleep Train Amphitheater in Wheatland, CA and will continue around the country until the closing performance on July 25 at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, WA.
Train Tour - 2013 Mermaids of Alcatraz Tour
In support of their sixth studio album California 37, Train is going on Tour — the 2013 North American Mermaids of Alcatraz Tour will include special guests The Script and for the second time, singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw who will open all Train tour dates. Singles from California 37, including the global sensation "Drive By" and "50 ways to Say Goodbye," can be heard when Train sings live in concert. The Script will be touring in support of their latest album, 3.
Coming off their January NFL Pro Bowl performance, the pop rock band announced that they would headline 19 shows beginning at Blossom Music Center in Cleveland, Ohio on July 17 and finishing at White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington on August 14. Train's tour schedule will span one month and include a performance in their hometown of San Francisco at Americas Cup Pavilion August 11. Train tickets are averaging $118. Previously, in 2012, Train toured their hometown of San Francisco playing six shows in April at six different venues.