Saturday night was a night for the books.
With the energetic Matt Nathanson and the soothing-sounds of The Fray prepping the audience, San Fransisco-band Train brought their “Bullett Proof Picasso” tour to the Xfinity Center Saturday night for a Father's Day Weekend performance.
The show might have been in celebration of their new album, “Bulletproof Picasso,” but the tour was a celebration of Train’s 20 years in existence. Playing new and old hits like “Calling All Angels,” “Marry Me” & “Give It All,” the crowd was always on their feet.
See more photos from the show below: