Hall and Oates Announce North American Arena Tour With Train
Hall & Oates and Train will hit the road together this summer for a co-headlining tour of North American arenas. Each band will perform a set, before the two bands join together for the finale.
You can see the full list of tour dates below.
"This is going to be a tour filled with fun as well as great music," Daryl Hall said in a press release. "I love Train and have a close relationship with [Train frontman] Pat Monahan, going back to our Live From Daryl's House show together." Monahan appeared on the TV show back in 2010.
"Looking forward to an amazing tour with our buddies from Train and seeing all our fans around the country in 2018," added Oates.
Hall & Oates released Home for Christmas in 2006, their most recent album together, though both singers and songwriters have recorded solo records. In 2011, Hall released Laughing Down Crying and has kept busy with hosting eight seasons of Live From Daryl's House, which features him performing with musical guests; Oates' latest album, Good Roads to Follow, came out in 2013. The duo was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 Hall & Oates toured with Tears for Fears last summer.
Train released A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat in early 2017, making it the fourth consecutive year the band put out a record. Train Does Led Zeppelin II, Christmas in Tahoe and Bulletproof Picasso preceded the album.
"I've known Daryl Hall & 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," Monahan said of the upcoming tour. "This will be a career highlight for all of us in Train and a show that you won't want to miss."
Tickets for the tour go on sale Jan. 29 at 10AM local time in most cities. The May 26 show in Philadelphia is part of Hall & Oates' HoagieNation Festival, a "celebration of food, music and culture."
Hall & Oates and Train 2018 Tour
5/1 - Sacramento, Calif. - Golden 1 - Center
5/4 - San Jose, Calif. - SAP Center
5/6 - Anaheim, Calif. - Honda Center
5/8 - Salt Lake City, Utah - Vivint Smart Home Arena
5/10 - Denver, Colo. - Pepsi Center
5/12 - St. Louis, Miss. - Scottrade Center
5/16 - St. Paul, Minn. - Xcel Energy Center
5/18 - Chicago, Ill. - United Center
5/20 - Detroit, Mich. - Little Caesars Arena
5/22 - Cleveland, Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena
5/24 - Columbus, Ohio - Nationwide Arena
5/26 - Philadelphia, Pa. - HoagieNation Festival
6/5 - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
6/7 - Boston, Mass. - Xfinity Center
6/9 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - PPG Paints Arena
6/11 - Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena
6/14 - New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden
6/18 - Charlotte, N.C. - Spectrum Center
6/20 - Atlanta, Ga. - Infinite Energy Center
6/22 - Tampa, Fla. - Amalie Arena
6/24 - Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. - BB&T Center
6/26 - Orlando, Fla. - Amway Center
6/28 - New Orleans, La. - Smoothie King Center
6/30 - Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena
7/13 - Montreal, Q.C. - Bell Centre
7/15 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Van Andel Arena
7/18 - Omaha, Neb. - CenturyLink Center
7/20 - Kansas City, Miss. - Sprint Center
7/22 - Oklahoma City, Okla. - Chesapeake Energy Arena
7/24 - Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Center
7/26 - Houston, Texas - Toyota Center
7/28 - Austin, Texas - Frank Erwin Center
7/31 - Los Angeles, Calif. - The Forum
8/4 - San Diego, Calif. - Viejas Arena
8/7 - Oakland, Calif. - Oracle Arena
8/9 - Portland, Ore. - Moda Center
8/11 - Seattle, Wash. - KeyArena