Daryl Hall & John Oates/Train Double Bill Coming to the Q in May

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Hall & Oates performing at the Q last year. - SCOTT SANDBERG
  • Scott Sandberg
  • Hall & Oates performing at the Q last year.
Earlier today, Train and Rock Hall inductees Hall & Oates the dates of a co-headline North American summer tour. The two groups perform at the Q on May 22.

It marks the first time the two acts have toured together. Both bands will perform full sets and then play a joint set.



"This is going to be a tour filled with fun as well as great music," says Daryl Hall in a press release announcing the tour. "I love Train and have a close relationship with Pat Monahan, going back to our ‘Live From Daryl’s House’ show together.”

“I’ve known Daryl Hall and 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," adds Train's Pat Monahan. "This will be a career highlight for all of us in Train and a show that you won’t want to miss.”



Citicardmembers can purchase tickets beginning at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 29.

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