Hall & Oates And Train Go Out Together
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Hall & Oates And Train Go Out Together

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LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Daryl Hall & John Oates and Train have announced a co-headline summer arena tour, kicking off Sacramento’s new Golden 1 Center May 1.

The tour wraps in Seattle Aug. 11 and along the way hits cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. These are big rooms: for instance, SAP Center in San Jose, Honda Center in Anaheim, Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, and the new Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

The tour will hit 35 cities overall. Tickets go on sale to the general public at LiveNation.com Jan. 29.

“This is going to be a tour filled with fun as well as great music. I love Train, and have a close relationship with Pat Monahan, going back to our ‘Live From Daryl’s House’ show together,” Hall said.

“I’ve known Daryl Hall and John Oates for a few years now and after being their fan my entire life, we now get to tour with them and spend time with legends in the world of music. This will be a career highlight for all of us in Train and a show that you won’t want to miss,” Train’s Pat Monahan added.

Daryl Hall & John Oates are the No. 1 selling duo in music history, according to the RIAA, with songs like “Rich Girl,” “Kiss on My List” and “I can’t Go For That ( No Can Do).” The duo was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2003,received BMI’s Icon Award in 2008, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. They got their star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame last year.

Train is also loaded with hits, notably “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” as well as Grammy and Billboard awards. Last year, Train toured similar venues all on its own, playing shows at facilities the size of Hollywood Bowl, MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Save Mart Center in Fresno, and Xfinity Center in Massachusetts.

Tue May 01Sacramento, CAGolden 1 Center
Fri May 04San Jose, CASAP Center
Sun May 06Anaheim, CAHonda Center
Tue May 08Salt Lake City, UTVivint Smart Home Arena
Thu May 10Denver, COPepsi Center
Sat May 12St. Louis, MOScottrade Center
Wed May 16St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
Fri May 18Chicago, ILUnited Center
Sun May 20Detroit, MILittle Caesars Arena
Tue May 22Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
Thu May 24Columbus, OHNationwide Arena
Sat May 26Philadelphia, PAHoagieNation Festival
Tue Jun 05Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
Thu Jun 07Boston, MAXfinity Center
Sat Jun 09Pittsburgh, PAPPG Paints Arena
Mon Jun 11Washington, DCCapital One Arena
Thu Jun 14New York, NYMadison Square Garden
Mon Jun 18Charlotte, NCSpectrum Center
Wed Jun 20Duluth, GAInfinite Energy Center
Fri Jun 22Tampa, FLAmalie Arena
Sun Jun 24Ft. Lauderdale, FLBB&T Center
Tue Jun 26Orlando, FLAmway Center
Thu Jun 28New Orleans, LASmoothie King Center
Sat Jun 30Nashville, TNBridgestone Arena
Fri Jul 13Montreal, QCBell Centre
Sun Jul 15Grand Rapids, MIVan Andel Arena
Wed Jul 18Omaha, NECenturyLink Center
Fri Jul 20Kansas City, MOSprint Center
Sun Jul 22Oklahoma City, OKChesapeake Energy Arena
Tue Jul 24Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
Thu Jul 26Houston, TXToyota Center
Sat Jul 28Austin, TXFrank Erwin Center
Tue Jul 31Los Angeles, CAThe Forum
Sat Aug 04San Diego, CAViejas Arena
Tue Aug 07Oakland, CAOracle Arena
Thu Aug 09Portland, ORModa Center
Sat Aug 11Seattle, WAKeyArena

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