As announced previously on this blog, Train will kick off their first tour in support of the group's new studio album, "California 37," with Mat Kearney and Andy Grammer, and will be at The Gallivan Center on Sept. 20.
Train will launch its new album with "California 37," a brand-new Cabernet Sauvignon from the "Save Me, San Francisco Wine Company." The third varietal from the craft winery, "California 37," is an addition to previous varietals, "Drops of Jupiter" (Petite Syrah) and "Calling All Angels" (Chardonnay). A portion of the proceeds from the varietal will go to the San Francisco charity Family House, which provides temporary housing to families of seriously ill children.
Tickets for the Salt Lake show will go on sale Friday, June 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at all Smith’s Tix outlets, www.smithstix.com, by phone 801-467-TIXX, 1-800-888-TIXX and The Depot box office Fridays from 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
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