Trans Siberian Orchestra University Park Tickets
Trans Siberian Orchestra have been among the most watched live bands on the planet for years now. They rose to prominence in late 1990’s and they haven’t looked back since. What sets them apart from the rest of the pack is their incredible ability to fuse hard rock with opera music. Their releases like “Christmas Eve” and “The Lost Christmas Eve” have gone on to redefine conventional boundaries. Their sets are quite elaborative to say the least and the play list long enough to leave the audience sated. They are on their way to Pennsylvania now so book your Trans Siberian Orchestra University Park tickets and watch them hit the stage live.
It is official that TSO will be hitting sixty seven cities nationwide on its upcoming winter tour. And fortunately one of the shows will take place in Bryce Jordan Centre University Park, Pennsylvania on Friday 15th November 2013. Flagship campus of the Pennsylvania State University, University Park has an intimate population of just a little above 12,500. But this small number of people has great taste in music which is why artists and bands love to stop by and perform here. So don’t miss a chance to be a part of this extraordinary experience, Get your Trans-Siberian Orchestra University Park tickets now.
From Christmas Eve and Other Stories to a complete Christmas Trilogy including The Lost Christmas Eve, Trans-Siberian Orchestra has been providing phenomenal musical treats to its fans. The Lost Christmas Eve tour has recently been announced by the band that offers a diverse rock opera experience. The exclusive live stage appearances embodied with today’s technology stimulates your visual senses, making it all worth a watch.
Gaining recognition in 1996 after their third tour Beethoven’s Last Night, the band has sold more than 9 million Trans –Siberian tickets. Over 8 million albums of TSO have received a great critical and commercial acclaim in the world. Without a doubt behind its colossal breakout, there has always been a great hand of Pennsylvanian fan support in the band’s fame. The Lost Christmas Eve is the last album in TSO’s Christmas trilogy. The band has decided to perform that album for the last time on its tour and Trans-Siberian Orchestra University Park concert is one of those performances.
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