After a power outage impacted concert goers in the lawn of Blossom Music Center on June 24, Train is returning to Cleveland to host a free concert for affected ticket holders.
Some fans were left feeling frustrated after the power outage prevented sound from reaching the venue's lawn section during the main set.
Live Nation Cleveland and Blossom Music Center took to social media, posting apologies to patrons and promising to follow up with anyone who had a lawn ticket.
In its apology, Live Nation wrote that it was "investigating the situation and will be contacting the lawn patrons with additional information within the next few days. We appreciate your patience and will be in touch as soon as possible."
The band followed up with its own plan on Tuesday, announcing a free concert for paid lawn ticket holders on Wednesday evening at no additional charge. The free show will take place at Jacobs Pavilion, on the West Bank of the Flats.
Attendees must present proof of a paid lawn ticket from the Blossom show. No other tickets will be sold or honored.
Cleveland, playing a free show tomorrow night, 6/28, for paid lawn ticket holders who experienced sound issues the other night - please read pic.twitter.com/Wz5NsoARs7
— train (@train) June 27, 2017
Fans were able to hear from opening acts OAR and Natasha Bedingfield on Saturday, with attendees in pavillion seating being able to hear the entire show.