Matchbox Twenty and the Goo Goo Dolls are back on tour and both promoting new albums. The 1990s pop-rock bands is scheduled to perform at The Sleep Train Pavilion on Saturday July 23, 2013.
Matchbox Twenty Song Writer & Singer Rob Thomas, who is known for putting on a show is joined with guitarists Kyle Cook and Paul Doucette added to the onstage liveliness with energetic guitar solos and singing. Mr. Doucette displayed his versatility on stage by lending his talents to guitar, rhythm drums and piano. The band balanced the show with well-known fan favorites including “How Far We’ve Come,” “3 A.M.,” “Unwell,” “Bright Lights,” “If You’re Gone,” “Bent” and “So Sad So Lonely.”
The Goo Goo Dolls will feature songs from its 10th studio album “Magnetic,” which was released in June. But don’t worry the band has promised to dip into the well-known and crowd-pleasing greatest hits list that included “Slide,” “Here Is Gone,” “Let Love In,” “Better Days,” “Stay With You” and, of course, “Iris.”
As an added bonus the tour features “One Woman Army” singer Kate Earl. The native of Anchorage, Alaska played a short set as the crowd began to pack up tailgates and trickle into the pavilion.
The concert will be held at the Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord. Visit the website of the Sleep Train Pavilion for venue information.
Who’s going? Who’s a fan? Got a favorite song or Pavilion memory?