I must confess that I did not know anything about Train until last year. My wife mentioned that the Train was on tour with Maroon 5. So, I got tickets for us at the concert in Hershey, PA.

It rained during the concert. But I enjoyed it, especially Train.

Then, I discovered that the band's Erie concert was re-scheduled for October. So, I bought tickets and we traveled over 5 hours to Erie. It was our first visit to Erie and we enjoyed it, as well as the concert.

The highlights of the concert for me were the beginning and the end. I really like the opening train whistle and the ending song, "This Ain't Goodbye".

Please consider the on-line request for an appearance in Dover, DE. Or, how about an appearance at a winery in Pennsylvania or the Finger Lakes in NY? There are also more than two large venues in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area.


Dallas, PA.


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