The Train concert originally scheduled for Sunday, June 7 has been postponed.
We are working on rescheduling this show for later in the year. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Your health and safety is our top priority.
All purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. Once the new date has been announced, you will be able to request a refund if you are unable to attend the concert.
Tickets start at $45 for General Admission lawn or standing room and up to $300 for VIP seating. The VIP experience will include a private guest entrance with reserved parking, premium reserved seat, an exclusive bar with select pours, lounge seating and shade, executive restrooms, and high-quality TV displays for viewing. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com.
This event is an all-ages show. However, children age three or older will require a ticket. Tickets of all types are available for persons with disabilities. Please reach out for any special needs or requests for assistance. You may email the box office directly at email@example.com.
This event is rain or shine. Please check your tickets; all sales are final. Seat upgrades are subject to availability.
Beverages including beer and wine as well as casual food options will be available at the Westside Pavilion to purchase. ATM’s are located within the venue. Please, no outside food or drinks.
All purchasers and attendees agree to comply with the rules as posted at venue entrances.
Train is a multi-GRAMMY and Billboard award-winning band from San Francisco, CA that has had 14 songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 list since the release of their debut self- titled album. Train’s climb to the top began in San Francisco in 1994, going on to tenaciously building a loyal following, leading up to their own self- titled debut album, released by Columbia in 1998. The tumbling wordplay of “Meet Virginia” gave them their first radio hit and 2001’s Drops Of Jupiter broke them to multi-platinum status thanks to the double-GRAMMY award-winning title song that spent 10 months in the Top 40, and snaring the Best Rock Song GRAMMY award by beating out Coldplay and two U2 songs. The group won another GRAMMY award in 2011 for their global hit “Hey Soul Sister,” the #1 best-selling smash and most downloaded single of 2010, from their multi-platinum album Save Me, San Francisco.
Next was 2012’s California 37, which launched the hit “Drive By” reaching the Top 10 in 13 countries. They’ve sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, more than 30 million tracks, with multiple platinum/gold citations, including 3 GRAMMY awards, 2 Billboard Music Awards and dozens of other honors. In 2014 Bulletproof Picasso—the band’s 7th studio album—debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200 and earned rave reviews.
Most recently, Train has re-released their well-received holiday album, Christmas in Tahoe, which brings their signature sound to holiday classics as well as several original songs. On Jan. 27th 2017, the band released their 8th studio album, a girl a bottle a boat, via Columbia Records which spawned the lead single, “Play That Song,” hitting Top 5 on the iTunes chart, Top 10 at Hot AC radio, and charting at Adult Top 40.
Train frontman, Pat Monahan, partakes in other ventures outside of music with his newly launched Drops of Jupiter® wine portfolio. Proceeds from the wine support Family House, a San Francisco charity that supports families of children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Train’s 2016 project, Does Led Zeppelin II, a cover album in tribute of their favorite band saw 100% of the band’s proceeds going to Family House.