Pat Monahan and the boys from Train brought their Picasso at the Wheel tour to Jiffy Lube Live this passed week to thousands of adoring fans from all across the DMV. Joined by Matt Nathason and The Fray, the concert was filled with plenty of crowd-pleasing hits that had everyone dancing and shaking under a beautiful summer sky.
Matt Nathason opened up the show and treated the fans to a lively rendition of U2’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.” Nathason also took the time to run through the pavilion to get up close with his fans. He even made his way up to greet those who were on the lawn.
The Fray kept the party going as they rocked the crowd with their hits. Not to be outmatched with a cover by Matt Nathanson, The Fray had everyone reaching for their best falsetto as they did a rocking cover of A-ha’s 1985 hit, “Take On Me.”
Once Train hit the stage, the screams of thousands erupted as the band made their way out to the stage. There was not a single person sitting and for those lucky enough to be up close to the action, Pat Monahan took selfies with fan cell phones. Train was later joined by Natahanson and The Fray’s Isaac Slade in a very moving version of Joe Cocker’s “With A Little Help From My Friends.”
Here are some of the images from the evening. Enjoy!