Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Train and The Fray will embark on a joint summer tour in 2015. Dubbed “The Picasso At The Wheel Summer Tour 2015”, the tour is named after the band’s latest single “Bulletproof Picasso”. The tour kicks off on May 21 in Marysville, CA and runs through July 25.
The duo of bands will make stops in more than 40 cities before coming to a close in Quincy, WA. To celebrate the closing of the tour, the band will be hosting its first Picasso Music, Food and Wine Festival.
Fans should plan to get to the show early to take advantage of the Patcast Tailgate tent in the venue parking lot. A classic rock DJ will entertain and fans will have a chance to enter the Mermaid Costume contest where they can win a chance to be brought on stage. One lucky fan may even get the chance to meet Patrick Monahan.
Tickets for the tour went on sale on Friday, January, 24. Pre-sale tickets were available to members of the Train fan club Tuesday. Ticket prices range from $25 to $80 plus additional fees.
The Fray will play as opening act on tour and will be joined by Matt Nathanson.
Fans can expect Train to play hits from their new album, including “Angel in Blue Jeans”. Old hits like “Drops of Jupiter,” “Hey Soul Sister,” and “Marry Me” are sure to be on the set list.
As for The Fray, fans will hear “How to Save a Life,” “Over My Head (Cable Car),” and “You Found Me.” The band released its fourth album Helios in 2013, which spawned the hits “Break Your Plans” and “Love Don’t Die.”
Matt Nathanson is best known for his single “Come On Get Higher” as well as his cover of “Laid.”
Train is a San Francisco rock band that formed in 1993. The band reached mainstream success in 1998 with the release of their self-titled album. The single “Meet Virginia” was the album’s biggest hit. Success followed with albums Drops of Jupiter, My Private Nation, Save Me, San Francisco. Since their debut, Train has sold over 30 million singles and 10 million records worldwide.
The Fray is a Denver rock band that formed in 2002. The band reached success in 2005 with the release of their debut album How to Save a Life. The album spawned two major hits for the band, and the album itself was certified double platinum. The Fray released their fourth album Helios in February of 2014.
Matt Nathanson is an American singer and songwriter of rock/folk music. He’s best known for his platinum-selling hit “Come On Get Higher.”