Train will be on tour this summer after booking a series of dates that went from one-off gigs all the way through to a full-fledged tour. This tour is still expanding, with the band announcing new dates at a pretty consistent pace, so if they aren’t in your area yet, be sure to keep an eye open for future announcements.
There are a few random dates before the tour – such as Saturday, April 29, as Train plays The Venue at Thunder Valley Caison in Lincoln, CA – and the tour begins in earnest in Anchorage, AK, at the Chinook Parking Lot on Saturday, July 15. Shows continue nationwide in venues like Oxbow Riverstage in Napa, CA, Belly Up Aspen in Aspen, CO, and Cape Cod Melody Tent in Hyannis, MA. The final show booked to date is at Credit One Stadium in Charleston, SC, on Saturday, September 2.
Check out a full list of dates and venues at the end of this post.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Train’s self-titled debut album, so it was set up for the band to tour in 2023. The diamond-selling artists have almost three decades of hits to fall back on, so expect classics like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister” to be belted out with as much gusto today as they were when they put Train on the map.
Also, expect cuts from their 2022 album AM Gold. This release was the band’s 11th studio album, which critics widely praised throughout the music genres. Train will be supported on most tour dates by Better Than Ezra. The New Orelans-based alt-rockers are probably best known for the songs “Absolutely Still” and “Grateful,” and they feel like an excellent compliment to the headliners here.