Train Reschedule 2015 Australian Tour Dates

San Franciscan three-time Grammy award-winners Train have made some adjustments to the dates of their 2015 Australian tour, when they are scheduled to return to our shores for two headline shows as well as the 2015 instalment of Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Train’s Sydney Opera House show, originally scheduled for Sunday 5th April, will now take place on Wednesday 1st April, while their Melbourne show at the Arts Centre, Hamer Hall on Tuesday 7th April has been pushed forward a week to Tuesday 31st March.

Tickets already purchased will be valid for the rescheduled dates and any patrons that can no longer attend the shows are advised to contact ticket retailers for refund options. Patrons who have purchased tickets for the Melbourne show and are unable to attend the new date, have been advised to contact their point of purchase before Friday 21st November.

Train will be returning to Australian in 2015 as part of their world tour supporting seventh studio album Bulletproof Picasso. They recently visited to perform as part of the 2014 NRL Grand Final pre-game entertainment lineup, and will play alongside The Black Keys, Alabama Shakes, Xavier Rudd, and more when they take the stage for Bluesfest 2015.

See the rescheduled tour dates below.

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Train Australian Tour Dates 2015

My Live Nation & Ticket Agent pre-sale for the Sydney show will go on sale at 10am Friday, October 17th.

General public Sydney tickets on-sale at 10am this Monday, October 20th.

Melbourne tickets on sale now.

Sunday, 5th April 2015RESCHEDULED

Opera House, Sydney

Tickets: Live Nation

Tuesday, 7th April 2015RESCHEDULED

Hamer Hall, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Tuesday, 31st March 2015NEW DATE

Hamer Hall, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 1st April 2015NEW DATE

Opera House, Sydney

Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 2nd April – Monday, 6th April 2015

Bluesfest, Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Byron Bay NSW

Tickets: Byron Bay Bluesfest | Moshtix | Ticketmaster

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