Trans Siberian Orchestra Amway Center Tickets
Having sold over seven million albums globally, the Trans Siberian Orchestra has successfully inspired generations of fans. The multi-dimensional art form of this rock opera band is a treat to watch in a live concert. Today, the Trans Siberian Orchestra is among the leading touring artists of the decade. They have performed live shows that have required more than $20 million to stage and have played to more than seven million people in over eighty cities. The band is now coming to the Amway Center. The event is expected to be a mega success. Trans Siberian Orchestra Amway Center tickets are in a lot of demand so get your tickets today to enjoy this riveting music extravaganza.
- Trans Siberian Orchestra tickets for 12/17 03:30 PM Amway Center
- Sat Dec 17 2016
- Trans Siberian Orchestra tickets for 12/17 08:00 PM Amway Center
- Sat Dec 17 2016
When Paul O’Neill came up with the idea of creating a progressive rock opera band, his main goal was simple, yet ambitious. He explains, “The whole idea was to make a progressive rock band that would push boundaries.” He wanted to explore the genre of progressive rock more than any other band in the industry. He was inspired by artists and bands like Lake & Palmer, The Who, Pink Floyd and Emerson among others.
The band began creating music and performing in 1996. They have been quite active since then and have generated a huge fan base for themselves. Having performed in a production worth nearly $20 million in more than 80 cities internationally, this band has achieved a global standing. As a result, Trans Siberian Orchestra Amway Center tickets are in demand. Book your tickets now and enjoy this music extravaganza.
Pollstar and Billboard Magazine have ranked TSO as the number one progressive rock/metal band in terms of sold out concert shows. The band is an arena rock band and has never performed in a club or given an opening act. The TSO is a complete music package in itself.
The band’s European tour began in 2014 with a concert at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate on New Year’s Eve, which had an attendance of more than 1,000,000. The band performed three shows in two continents in just 27 hours.
Their performance at the Amway Center is expected to draw in thousands of fans. So don’t wait any more and get you tickets to the show now.