Rock trio Train ended a nearly three-year break from touring and recording to release their fifth studio album in fall 2009. Now the San...

Rock trio Train ended a nearly three-year break from touring and recording to release their fifth studio album in fall 2009. Now the San Francisco-based group is heading back on the road to support that album.

The band has 28 concerts on its 2010 calendar, with most scheduled in March and April. The spring outing kicks off March 4 at Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and concludes its primary run on April 3 at Tennesee Theatre in Knoxville, TN.

After the main portion of the tour concludes, Train still has three more concerts on the books: April 30 at Winstar Casino in Thackerville, OK; May 15 at Riverwind Casino in Norman, OK; and July 18 at the OC Fair at Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, CA.

The rock trio’s four-week spring itinerary primarily focuses on markets along the East Coast with only a slight push into the Midwestern states. Additionally, a single gig has been confirmed for Canada on March 24 at Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, ON.

Tickets are already available for all dates on the tour, even the most recently announced dates in late March and early April. Butch Walker & The Black Widows will support on all spring dates through April 3.

Train is touring behind their October 2009 record “Save Me, San Francisco,” which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200, a slight decline from the No. 10 peak of its 2006 predecessor “For Me, It’s You.”

The current single “Hey, Soul Sister” peaked at No. 7 on the Hot 100, making it their highest charting track since the 2001 hit “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” hit No. 5.


Train itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

March 4Fort Lauderdale, FLRevolution
March 8Jacksonville, FLFlorida Theatre
March 9Greenville, SCPeace Center Concert Hall
March 10Durham, NCCarolina Theatre
March 11Norfolk, VANorVa
March 12Mashantucket, CTMGM Grand At Foxwoods
March 13Washington, DCShamrock Festival
March 14Northampton, MACalvin Theater
March 16Red Bank, NJCount Basie Theatre
March 17Glenside, PAKeswick Theatre
March 18Lancaster, PAAmerican Music Theatre
March 19Westbury, NYTheatre At Westbury
March 20Concord, NHCapitol Center For The Arts
March 21Poughkeepsie, NYThe Chance Entertainment Complex
March 23Buffalo, NYThe Town Ballroom
March 24Toronto, ONPhoenix Concert Theatre
March 25Pittsburgh, PACarnegie Music Hall
March 26Stroudsburg, PASherman Theater
March 27Atlantic City, NJCaesars Atlantic City
March 29Columbus, OHNewport Music Hall
March 30Grand Rapids, MIOrbit Room
March 31Indianapolis, INMurat Egyptian Room
April 1Covington, KYMadison Theater
April 2Nashville, TNRyman Auditorium
April 3Knoxville, TNTennessee Theatre
April 30Thackerville, OKWinstar World Casino
May 15Norman, OKRiverwind Casino
May 21Thackerville, OKWinstar World Casino
July 18Costa Mesa, CAOC Fair