Xfinity Center| Mansfield, MA
What a line up! This summer you can catch – Train, Goo Goo Dolls & Allen Stone in concert at Xfinity. Now, this is your chance of a lifetime to live your dreams and be there on Saturday, when the magic of a breathtaking live performance from Train, Goo Goo Dolls & Allen Stone happens. We say, go for it— all it takes is to click the Buy Ticket button above; book your tickets now!
The American rockers, Train have been smashing the stages ever since their first debut back in 1998, the San Francisco group are a real team that have transformed the music scene and released incredible songs throughout the years – Patrick Monahan (lead vocals), Luis Maldonado (guitar), Hector Maldonado (bass, vocals), Drew Shoals (drums), Jerry Becker (keyboards, guitar), Sakai Smith (backup vocals), and Nikita Houston (backup vocals).
Throughout the decades these guys have proven that they can churn out hit records to the best of their abilities, so it's no wonder that they've gained awards for their work in music. Train have won Grammy Awards and their 2002 album was certified double platinum in the United States and Canada – making it the band's best-selling album to date.
Each and everyone of their albums has produced at least one hit single and has enabled them to travel the world, some of their biggest songs to date include the likes of; Meet Virginia", "Drops of Jupiter", "Calling All Angels", "Get to Me", "When I Look to the Sky", "Cab", "Hey, Soul Sister", "If It's Love", "Marry Me", "Save Me, San Francisco"… the list goes on!
Together they create an epic performance to see live.. come and catch them as they take to the road for their north American tour – 2019 is already shaping up to be a big one indeed, for all the best acts in music right now!
"This was a gig pumped with energy to a crowd who could have stayed all night. Monahan closed the show by earnestly thanking the fans for sticking with them over two decades, hoping the band would still be writing new material 20 years from now; something that, judging by last night’s performance, could well be the case."