Train to hit New England for multiple shows
Train have revealed plans for a summer tour in support of their brand new album, California 37. The San Francisco-based pop-rockers will make their way to New England for shows in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.
The band’s first summer show in New England will take place at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on Sunday, August 19. Tickets for the show are now on sale through Ticketmaster for $38.50. Fans in Western Massachusetts can catch Train when the band returns to Lenox for a performance at Tanglewood on Friday, August 31. Tickets for the show, which range in price from $22 to $88, are now on sale through the venue’s box office and website. The band will also make their way to Gilford, New Hampshire for a show at the Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion on Sunday, August 26. Mat Kearney and Andy Grammer will open each of the shows.
California 37, Train’s sixth studio effort and follow-up to 2009′s Save Me, San Francisco, debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 after its release in April. The band recorded the album in San Francisco and Los Angeles with Butch Walker and Espionage producing. It features singles “Drive By” and “Feels Good at First”.
To celebrate the release of the new album, Train have also released a third varietal from their Save Me, San Francisco Wine Company, a Cabernet Sauvignon called “California 37″. It follows previous varietals, “Drops of Jupiter Petite Syrah” and “Calling All Angels Chardonnay”. A portion of the proceeds goes to the San Francisco charity Family House, which provides temporary housing to families of seriously ill children.