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- Current Location
- 12/6/23Wednesday 07:00 PMNashville, TNBridgestone ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/6/23Wednesday 07:00 PMWichita, KSINTRUST Bank ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
INTRUST Bank Arena
- 12/7/23Thursday 07:00 PMKnoxville, TNFood City CenterTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/7/23Thursday 07:00 PMOklahoma City, OKPaycom CenterTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/8/23Friday 03:00 PMColumbia, SCColonial Life ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/8/23Friday 03:00 PMFort Worth, TXDickies ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/8/23Friday 07:30 PMColumbia, SCColonial Life ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/8/23Friday 07:30 PMFort Worth, TXDickies ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/9/23Saturday 03:00 PMCharlotte, NCSpectrum Center Trans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/9/23Saturday 03:00 PMSan Antonio, TXFrost Bank CenterTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/9/23Saturday 07:30 PMCharlotte, NCSpectrum Center Trans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/9/23Saturday 07:30 PMSan Antonio, TXFrost Bank CenterTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/10/23Sunday 02:00 PMDuluth, GAGas South ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/10/23Sunday 02:30 PMHouston, TXToyota Center - TXTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
Toyota Center - TX
- 12/10/23Sunday 07:00 PMDuluth, GAGas South ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra - The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/10/23Sunday 07:00 PMHouston, TXToyota Center - TXTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
Toyota Center - TX
- 12/13/23Wednesday 07:00 PMRaleigh, NCPNC ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra- The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/13/23Wednesday 07:00 PMNew Orleans, LASmoothie King CenterTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/14/23Thursday 07:00 PMWashington, DCCapital One ArenaTrans-Siberian Orchestra-The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
- 12/14/23Thursday 07:00 PMMemphis, TNFedExForumTrans-Siberian Orchestra- The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve
Trans-Siberian Orchestra On Tour
The holidays rock a whole lot harder than they ever have thanks to Trans-Siberian Orchestra. By infusing seasonal classics with rock flamboyance, a symphonic sense of scope, and an eye-popping visual presentation complete with lasers and pyrotechnics, what began as a side project for a veteran group of American hard rockers has grown into one of today's top-selling acts, with over 10 million concert tickets sold since 1999.
Now, to celebrate the band's 20th year on the road, Trans-Siberian Orchestra is mounting an all-new production of the show that first turned them into an arena-rock phenomenon. First performed in 1999 and recorded for a TV special – which became just as much of a holiday staple as ‘The Sound of Music' – ‘The Ghosts of Christmas Eve' was conceived by Paul O'Neill, TSO's original mastermind. A veteran producer for acts like Aerosmith and Savatage, O'Neill was inspired by the rock operas of The Who and the grandly theatrical concerts of Pink Floyd to create something that was even more spectacular. Together with Savatage members Jon Oliva, Bob Kinkel, and Al Pitrelli, O'Neill developed a unique project that married the spirit of the season with all the exhilarating sounds, operatic grandeur, and visual bravura that fans had come to expect of rock gods. After the massive success of TSO's first two albums, ‘Christmas Eve and Other Stories' and ‘The Christmas Attic,' O'Neill and his team took it on the road (and TV screens) with similarly blockbuster results.
Though TSO's repertoire would extend far beyond holiday songs to encompass the greats of classical music on ‘Beethoven's Last Night' and O'Neill's own original rock operas like ‘Night Castle,' their thrilling and highly singular take on seasonal music remains their trademark. Tragically, O'Neill's passing in 2017 robbed the music world of a true visionary. But his team of friends and collaborators in the Trans-Siberian Orchestra honor his legacy with a new production of ‘The Ghosts of Christmas Past' that both preserves and revitalizes a landmark merger of music, theatrics, storytelling, and seasonal cheer that yielded an international phenomenon.
TSO never disappoints! They put on a spectacular show. Such talented musicians and singers. The narrator is awesome and his voice is so soothing. TSO is definitely a must see!
I didn't care for the story telling..I don't know what was with all the hair slinging..I did love their performance and the Lazer lights and fires and the girl in the snow globe..the dances need to be improved.. overall the scenery changes were excellent and the guitar guys were great..I have waited for 10-years to see them..I don't know if I will see them again...but I really enjoyed it...
If you've never seen TSO, you must go if you get the opportunity. The lights, the pyrotechnics, the lasers...not to mention the performers never disappoint!
The TSO performance was amazing! My family wants to make it an annual event.
I have been going to TSO since there first concert back in the 90's never gets old and puts me in the Xmas spirit as the years have gone by the show has grown but it never fails to rock out. Already looking forward to next year as I plan on being there again and taking my grandson just like I took his dad when he was 3.
This show is just fantastic. It gets better and better every year. So enjoyable. We just love it!
Great show as always. Need to get a new start story for Christmas. Affects are stunning as always but even my 8 yr. old niece said "Isn't that the same story as the last 2 years you've taken me?"
TSO never disappoints!! See you guys next year 🎄👍🏼🎉
Saw show in a smaller venue than the last time I saw it, so Im not sure if was just poor acoustics, but the sound was so loud that the singing and some vocals were not clearly understandable. This was particularly true when bass tones were present. The lighting, set designs and special effects were the best I've ever seen. Just plain breath taking. The only other downside was the amazing number of people who couldn't seem to get in their seats prior to the show starting, or had to run to get a bite to eat or a beer to drink during the performance. There was a steady stream of people walking in front of our seats for the first 45 minutes of the show, and to a lesser extent for the remainder of the show. Common courtesy went out of style a long time ago, it seems.