What could you expect from San Francisco’s biggest (and most criticized) band? Certainly not that they’d play one local venue, after another, and then another. Ok–so they last played Cafe Du Nord five nights in a row; but, that could have been just as easily construed as a moment of insecurity, “Can we sell out the 200 person venue out–again?” When Train announced they’d play Cafe Du Nord, then Bimbo’s, then The Independent, and finally, The Fillmore–the SF Weekly described it as “an ill-timed April Fool’s joke.” Well it’s not a joke. You know what else isn’t a joke, Train. Regardless of how you feel, there are plenty of soul sisters itching to catch some 90s pop at its finest. Know how we know–they sold-out all four of those San Francisco shows. (I bet you Nickelback couldn’t do that). Who knows, maybe all that support is why they wrote the song “Save Me San Francisco.”

And without further adieu as you’re becoming accustomed to hearing, “sold-out” means nothing to Thrillcall. We’ve got a few tickets available to the show on our app.  And just to add, we’d love to hear from you what is your favorite Train song. So vote below:

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