Train, The Fray & Matt Nathanson to Embark on “Picasso” Summer Tour

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM

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Train and The Fray will be hitting the road together this summer on a tour named after Train’s latest single “Bulletproof Picasso”. The festivities begin on May 21st in Marysville, CA and will stop in 40 cities before closing on July 25 in Quincy, WA. Train plans to close the tour with a special Picasso Music, Wine and Food Festival.

The Fray and Matt Nathanson will join Train on tour as opening acts.

Train urges fans to get to the show early to visit the Patcast Tailgate tent in the venue’s parking lot. There will be a live classic rock DJ, and fans can sign up for the band’s second-annual Mermaid Costume contest for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be brought up on stage. On some dates, Pat Monahan will be at the tent talking to fans and filming his podcast.

Tickets for the “Picasso” summer tour went on sale January 24th, but fan club members had a chance to buy tickets a few days early. Ticket prices are between $25 and $80, not counting fees.

While a final set list has yet to be confirmed, fans can expect the band to play hits from their nearly 20-year career, including “Hey Soul Sister,” “Drops of Jupiter,” “Calling All Angels,” “50 Ways to Say Goodbye” and “Meet Virginia”.

It’s speculated that Matt Nathanson will take the stage first. The singer-songwriter is most famous for his single “Come On Get Higher”. After his set, The Fray will take the stage and perform their hits, including “How to Save a Life,” “Over My Head,” “Heartless,” “Never Say Never”.

About Train

Train is an American rock band that formed in 1993 in San Francisco. The band rose to fame in 1998 with their first album release Train. The album spawned the hit “Meet Virginia”. Train has released several albums and gained worldwide fame over the last 20 years. They’ve sold more than 10 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide.

About The Fray

The Fray is still relatively new to the music scene, having released their first successful album, How to Save a Life, in 2005. The album produced the band’s two biggest hits “How to Save a Life” and “Over My Head”.

About Matt Nathanson

Matt Nathanson is a singer/songwriter whose music can only be described as a fusion of rock and folk. Nathanson is best known for his single “Come On Get Higher” and his cover of “Laid”.

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