Train celebrates ‘Drops of Jupiter’ 20th anniversary with livestream

Global livestream runs June 25th

Multi-GRAMMY Award-winning band Train announces Soul Vacation global livestream concert in celebration of the incredible 20th anniversary milestone of their multi-platinum album Drops of Jupiter.

The one-of-a-kind virtual concert experience, presented by pioneering HD live streaming platform Dreamstage, will take place on Friday, June 25th at 9 pm EDT/6 pm PDT and marks the band’s first ever virtual performance. Tickets for the livestream concert are available for purchase now. Special encore performances will be made available for Train fans across the globe at 8 pm BST and 8 pm AUS EST on Saturday, June 26th.

Train will perform their iconic Drops of Jupiter album in its entirety as part of a career spanning-set filled with their biggest hits and fan favorites, including their RIAA diamond certified, GRAMMY-winning anthem “Hey, Soul Sister,” live from The Wiltern stage in Los Angeles.

When first released on March 27, 2001, Train’s career-defining album, Drops of Jupiter, debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Top 200 and broke the band to multi-platinum status thanks to the double GRAMMY Award-winning title song that spent 10 months in the Top 40, has been certified 6x platinum in the US, and earned the 2001 GRAMMY Award for Best Rock Song. With sales of more than two million copies worldwide in the first year alone and certified 2x platinum in the US and Canada, the album remains the group’s best-selling to date.

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