7 pm. Walmart AMP. $30-$225.
If the words “act like summer and walk like rain” trigger in your head to a specific melody, this one’s for you. Train is touring behind its “Greatest Hits” album, so old favorites are a guarantee and the nostalgia factor is sure to be high with tracks like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Meet Virginia” getting brandished. Frontman Pat Monahan was reluctant to put out a greatest hits album for a long time. “I’ve always thought of those records as a way of saying, ‘Welp, it was fun while it lasted,’” he told Idolator. He apparently came around to the idea of collecting a treasury of the band’s 20 years of success, however, and it released the album in November 2018. Your inner teen will be deep in their feelings all over again when co-headliners Goo Goo Dolls take the stage, plus you might discover something fresh in special guest Allen Stone’s peppy soul sound. If you think you’re too old or cool or whatever to enjoy Train and The Goo Goo Dolls, feel free to get out and send someone fun, cause you sound like a real plain ol’ Jane, told a story about a man who is too afraid to fly so he never did land, if you know what I mean. Tickets and more information at waltonartscenter.org/AMP.