Trans Siberian Orchestra Eugene Tickets
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is one of the first successful progressive rock bands in the world. They came into the limelight after being founded by Paul O’Neill in 1993. Since then, they have produced seven studio albums and sold over ten million copies of them worldwide. TSO has a presence on the touring circuit as well, with its breath-taking visual displays and incomparable live experience. Fans of TSO await the band’s concerts excitedly because they know it will be nothing short of an extravagant affair. Fans are already anticipating the band’s Matthew Knight Arena stopover and purchasing Trans-Siberian Orchestra Eugene tickets well in advance of the show. You should too!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra takes pride in its tightly knit community. The individual artists in this outfit have worked together for many years and have become like family. Therefore, when tragedy struck in 2016 in the form of Paul O’Neill’s sudden death, the band re-grouped and grieved the loss of their friend and mentor together. Many feared that the founder’s demise would be the end of TSO but the band went on with their traditional holiday concert as planned, in the end of 2016 and began preparing for the next one in 2017.
In the summer of 2017, the band’s bassist, David Z met a tragic end when his car collided with a truck in California. The band was visibly shaken by this and vowed to pay Z. and O’Neill the greatest tribute they could in the 2017 holiday shows.
Ghosts of Christmas Eve
Their 2017 show is titled “Ghosts of Christmas Eve” after their iconic 1999 album and they have pulled out all the stops for this one. It is going to pay respects to the band’s deceased friends and also reinforce TSO’s longevity with a smashing show. Arenas all over the country are being prepared for the elaborate pyrotechnics and laser displays that have been promised as a part of this tour. The Matthew Knight Arena is no exception this, as more and more Trans-Siberian Orchestra Eugene tickets are being purchased for the 2017 holiday season show. This tour is expected to be one of the band’s best yet.