Play That Song Tour
TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2017 â€“ Multi-Grammy and Billboard award winning band, TRAIN, make a welcome return to our shores when they bring their â€˜Play That Songâ€™ tour to Australia this winter.
Kicking off the tour in Brisbane at The Tivoli on July 31, Train will then head to Sydneyâ€™s State Theatre on August 1 and finish at Melbourneâ€™s Palais Theatre on Friday August 4, all the while treating fans to a set-list overflowing with hits such as â€˜Drops of Jupiterâ€™, â€˜Meet Virginiaâ€™, â€˜Hey Soul Sisterâ€™, the irresistibly catchy â€˜Drive Byâ€™ and their most recent ARIA top 10 hit, â€˜Play That Songâ€™.
Tickets for all shows go on sale 10am Monday, April 24.
My Live Nation members may secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning at 10am this Thursday, April 20.
For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.com.au.
Formed in San Francisco California, Train, led by passionate frontman Pat Monahan, has released seven studio albums, sold more more than ten million albums and 30 million tracks worldwide, garnering numerous Platinum and Gold citations, three Grammy Awards plus dozens of other honours and nominations.
Their latest offering A Girl A Bottle A Boat debuted at #5 on the ARIA Chart, making it the second highest debut for Train since Drops of Jupiter coming in at #3 in 2001.
This is one Train you definitely do not want to miss.
THE TIVOLI, BRISBANE MONDAY JULY 31
STATE THEATRE, SYDNEY TUESDAY AUGUST 1
PALAIS THEATRE, MELBOURNE FRIDAY AUGUST 4
Not Happy With Concert
98683 Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield
I am used to going to a concert for one artist or band. This one had three acts with an intermission between each. In my opinion there was no "crowd control". We had good seats, but, during the first two performances people were walking in front of us standing (maybe looking for their seats), visiting, drinking their beer, etc. Also, probably because of my age, I want to watch and listen to the performance - I do not want the rows in front of me dancing, standing and talking and people in the aisles doing the same. Because of the annoyances, the time it took for the first intermissions and set ups and the increased intoxication of a lot of other people there, we left before Trains performance.
Train was Amazing.
Mish23 Gorge Amphitheatre, George
I love this band I have seen them 3 times now an it only gets better.
TiffaniJ Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield
What a fun evening of music! Loved every second of this concert! Opening acts were fantastic and Train as always puts on a fantastic show!
Train / O.A.R. was great!
Ltlgto Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield
Went to my first concert in about 25 years. My girlfriend and I went to see Train but loved O.A.R. There sound was amazing.
Train at the Gorge was amazing!
jamminywambabe Gorge Amphitheatre, George
My husband and I were here on a double date. I had such an amazing time! I had only been to the Gorge one other time and sat in the grass. The view and acoustics are incredible at the gorge but I have to say that sitting in section 102 was such a great decision for us! Our seats were in the shade (provided by the stage) and they had cushions on them. The downside is that people kept passing around joints, so it smelled like pot for half of the concert. All of the opening acts were great and big names! We definitely got our money's worth :) It was such a great time seeing Train live. I've been listening to them since the 90's! We also paid for the Star Parking. We got out of the parking lot very quickly after the show, which was worth the extra money for that. Though we did still get stuck in the traffic for everyone getting on to I-90. Seeing a concert at the Gorge is really quite a memorable and fun experience!
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