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The American pop rock band Train, was formed in the year 1993 and it comprises of Pat Monahan as the lead vocalist, Jimmy Stafford as the lead guitarist, Jerry Becker on the piano and the rhythm guitar, Hector Maldonado on bass, and Sakai Smith and Nikita Houston handling backing vocals. The band received mainstream success with debut album “Train”, which featured the original members including Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss, Charlie Colin, and Scot Underwood. It was released in 1998 with the song “Meet Virginia” as its main highlight. The 2001 album of the band, labeled “Drops of Jupiter” featured the lead single, “Drops of Jupiter (Tell me)”, a song which was able to secure two Grammys for the band. This album marked the band’s rise to stardom and remains the best selling album of the band to this date. The third album of Train came out in 2003 and it received platinum certification in the United States. This album featured the hit song “Calling All Angels”. This album was followed by the departure of Colin and Hotchkiss. Train’s fourth album came out in 2006, labeled as, “For Me It’s You” during which the keyboards were played by Brandon Bush and Johnny Colt played the bass. This album marked a turning point in the career of the band as it wasn’t a commercial success despite being favored by critics. As a result of this, the band went on a hiatus lasting 3 years. On their return, the band released an album labeled as “Save Me, San Francisco” in 2009, which performed well commercially. Three singles from the album were able to secure 6 x platinum certification as they proved to be a hit internationally. The songs, labeled as “Hey Soul Sister”, “If it’s Love” and “Marry Me” were able to make it big on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. This album made possible much awaited success for the band and marked their return. Train has so far succeeded in selling over 10 million albums and 30 million tracks globally. The band Train has delivered amazing live performances and is known to entertain their fans with their much loved songs. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Train Tickets.

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2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Train tickets, the music venue interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Train tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Train tickets that will be delivered electronically. The music venue interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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Train Tour Information

Train and Hall and Oates Tour 2018

The 2018 Train tour will kick off in Sacramento in May, and hit cities such as Anaheim, Salt Lake City, Denver, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington DC, NYC, Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, New Orleans, Nashville, Omaha, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Houston, Austin, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Portland before coming to an end in Seattle. Don't miss out on the Train w/ Hall and Oates 2018 tour by getting your tickets today!