Trans Siberian Orchestra Tickets
With the mission to “push the rock opera music boundaries as far as possible,” Paul O’Neill founded the famous rock opera band Tran-Siberian Orchestra in 1993. True to his word, O’Neill, along with his band members managed to push the boundaries and inspire generations of rock opera fans with around ten million albums sold. Billboard Magazine labeled them as the “top touring band of the decade.” They have been touring excessively for over two decades and the energy found in their concerts is incredible. If you are a rock opera fan, then this winter make sure you check Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2019 schedule. Keep a check on the Trans Siberian Orchestra tickets so that you do not miss out on seeing them live.
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- This year's tour by Trans-Siberian Orchestra will feature a brand new set design.
- The set will be designed by a team handpicked by the late Paul O'Neill.
- 3-TSO will play more than a whopping one hundred shows in sixty fives North American cities.
- The tour will also feature incredible new effects that will take the entire TSO experience to a whole new level.
- Trans-Siberian Orchestra donate a part of every ticket they sell to charities. They have till now donated more than fifteen million dollars to various charitable causes.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra got into the limelight when they started touring in 1999, after releasing their third rock opera that went by the name of "Beethoven’s Last Night". Eight years later, they were titled as "a touring juggernaut" by The Washington Post. As was the dream of O’Neill when he formed the band, they were also compared to the famous names of the rock music history such as The Who and Pink Floyd. The band’s musical style comprises of merging of several rock genres such as orchestral, classical and symphonic. They combine elements of heavy metal and hard rock as well.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra has brought to the fans rock operas series consisting of "Christmas Eve and Other Stories", "Beethoven’s Last Night" and "The Lost Christmas Eve". The Lost Christmas Eve was the last in the trilogy and was released in October of 2004. The album was certified Gold in first two months and later multi-platinum. The first in the series, ‘Christmas Eve and Other Stories’ was released in 1996, and is till day the band’s bestselling album. The sequel to this album was released by the name of "The Christmas Attic" two years later.
The Beethoven Special
Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s "Beethoven’s Last Night" hit the shelves in 2000. Although it was recorded before The Christmas Attic, the band decided to hand it over to Atlantic Records for releasing in 1999. This rock opera revolves around the life of the famous musician Beethoven. The songs are full of twists in the tale and have kept the audiences mesmerized over the years. In 2012, its "Beethoven’s Last Night: The Complete Narrated Version" was released as well. This was followed by yet another session of excessive touring.
The Christmas Trilogy and Night Castle
Trans-Siberian Orchestra released "The Christmas Trilogy", the compilation of the three rock operas in 2004. This was followed by years of touring. Band’s fifth album "Night Castle" finally came out in October of 2009 and received rave reviews from both the critics and the fans. The album debuted at number five spot on Billboard. In two months it was certified Gold by RIAA. It was titled as their "most ambitious" as well as their most "adventurous" work till day. Like all of their previous operas, this one was based on an intriguingly unique story as well.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s "Dream of Fireflies" hit the market in October of 2012. It was an EP made up of five brand new songs by the band. The album got ninth spot in Top 200 Albums chart in Billboard Magazine. Unlike their previous albums based on lengthy stories, this album was more of a short story cluttered inside five songs.
The band released its fifteen track new collection album by the name of "Tales of Winter: Selections from the TSO Rock Operas" in October of 2013. This included songs from all of the albums released in the past. The release was followed by the start of yet another tour which took the band all across North America. You can be a part of their upcoming concerts as well, as the TSO tickets are available online.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra then came out with "Letters from the Labyrinth" in November of 2015 and it climbed to number seven on the Billboard 200 while going to top the Billboard Top Rock Albums. It was unfortunately the last album that TSO released before David Z and Paul O'Neill passed away.
A Trans Siberian Experience - Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tribute
With the mission to “push the rock opera music boundaries as far as possible,” Paul O’Neil founded the famous rock opera band Tran-Siberian Orchestra in 1993. True to his word, O’Neil, along with his band members has managed to push the boundaries and inspire generations of rock opera fans with around seven million albums sold. Recently, Billboard Magazine labeled them as the “top touring band of the decade”. They have been touring excessively for the past fifteen years, and the energy found in their concerts is incredible. If you are a rock opera fan, then this winter make sure you attend Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s live concert when they arrive in your city. Keep a check on the Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets.
Christmas Dreams Forgotten - A Tribute to Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Also on the schedule is Christmas Dreams Forgotten – A Tribute to Trans-Siberian Orchestra. A brand new event, it will stop in select locations in North America. Fans can also buy tickets to Ornament – Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tribute show, a super energetic musical presentation of classic holiday songs and carols. Get into the holiday spirit this season by attending performance by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tour 2019: Christmas Eve and Other Stories
The Christmas season is right around the corner which can only mean good news for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra fans as the band will return to the road with its latest outing. Called 'New Christmas Eve and Other Stories,' the group is scheduled to start the trek in November. The tour is named after their first studio album 'Christmas Eve and Other Stories' which was released over two decades ago in 1996 and peaked at the 48th spot on the Billboard 200. It also became the best-selling Christmas record of all-time in the United States as it sold over three million copies in the country, earning triple platinum certification from the RIAA.
As per usual, Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be touring in two iterations which would allow them to perform a couple of shows on the same day and in different cities. The guys plan to stretch the road trip from November 13, 2019 through December 30, 2019 and will be making 66 stops across North America.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2019 Schedule
Trans-Siberian Orchestra will soon be proving to the world just why they are called 'an arena-rock juggernaut' by performing a series of shows live as a part of 'Christmas Eve and Other Stories' tour. The group will kick off the trek by performing shows at the Resch Center in Green Bay and at the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs on November 13, 2019. The guys will then head to Sioux Falls the following day and would be performing their next concert at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. They will then play their gig at the Covelli Center in Youngstown before the band hits the stage in Allentown and Denver on November 16, 2019. The group will then go on to trek through many cities throughout the remainder of November including, Manchester, Portland, Hartford, Tacoma and Sacramento.
TSO will continue to tour in December and would be performing the first two shows of the month at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids and at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix on December 1, 2019. They will then take a couple of days off before they perform their next two concerts in Nashville and El Paso on December 4, 2019. From there, the guys will go on to perform in cities like Charlotte, Duluth, Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, Hershey, Memphis and Toronto before they conclude the road trip with a performance at the Allstate Arena in Chicago on December 30, 2019.
What to Expect From A Trans-Siberian Orchestra Show
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is widely known for their strong onstage presence and is quite popular for putting up great performances. This is the reason why their shows always attract thousands of fans and why they were ranked one of the top ten ticket-selling groups in the first decade of the new millennium by Billboard and Pollstar. You can expect the guys to bring the roof down with their exciting performance when they take the stage in your city. So, if you want to watch them live in action, get your Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets 2019.
Trans Siberian Orchestra 2019 Winter Tour
|11/13/2019||Green Bay, WI||Resch Center|
|11/13/2019||Council Bluffs, IA||Mid-America Center|
|11/14/2019||Sioux Falls, SD||Denny Sanford PREMIER Center|
|11/15/2019||Youngstown, OH||Covelli Center|
|11/16/2019||Allentown, PA||PPL Center|
|11/16/2019||Denver, CO||Pepsi Center|
|11/17/2019||Worcester, MA||DCU Center|
|11/17/2019||Colorado Springs, CO||World Arena|
|11/20/2019||Raleigh, NC||PNC Arena|
|11/20/2019||Salt Lake City, UT||Vivint Smart Home Arena|
|11/21/2019||Baltimore, MD||Royal Farms Arena|
|11/21/2019||Boise, ID||Taco Bell Arena|
|11/22/2019||Wilkes Barre, PA||Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza|
|11/22/2019||Spokane, WA||Spokane Arena|
|11/23/2019||Manchester, NH||SNHU Arena|
|11/23/2019||Portland, OR||The Moda Center|
|11/24/2019||Hartford, CT||XL Center|
|11/24/2019||Tacoma, WA||Tacoma Dome|
|11/26/2019||San Jose, CA||SAP Center at San Jose|
|11/27/2019||Toledo, OH||Huntington Center|
|11/29/2019||Cincinnati, OH||US Bank Arena|
|11/29/2019||Sacramento, CA||Golden 1 Center|
|11/30/2019||Dayton, OH||Nutter Center|
|11/30/2019||Ontario, CA||Toyota Arena|
|12/1/2019||Grand Rapids, MI||Van Andel Arena|
|12/1/2019||Phoenix, AZ||Talking Stick Resort Arena|
|12/4/2019||Nashville, TN||Bridgestone Arena|
|12/4/2019||El Paso, TX||Don Haskins Center|
|12/5/2019||Lexington, KY||Rupp Arena|
|12/5/2019||Lubbock, TX||United Supermarkets Arena|
|12/6/2019||Greenville, SC||Bon Secours Wellness Arena|
|12/6/2019||Wichita, KS||Intrust Bank Arena|
|12/7/2019||Charlotte, NC||Spectrum Center|
|12/7/2019||Kansas City, MO||Sprint Center|
|12/8/2019||Duluth, GA||Infinite Energy Center|
|12/8/2019||Oklahoma City, OK||Chesapeake Energy Arena|
|12/11/2019||Greensboro, NC||Greensboro Coliseum|
|12/11/2019||Birmingham, AL||Legacy Arena at the BJCC|
|12/12/2019||Charlottesville, VA||John Paul Jones Arena|
|12/12/2019||Jacksonville, FL||Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena|
|12/13/2019||Hershey, PA||Giant Center|
|12/13/2019||Sunrise, FL||BB&T Center|
|12/14/2019||Buffalo, NY||KeyBank Center|
|12/14/2019||Orlando, FL||Amway Center|
|12/15/2019||Philadelphia, PA||Wells Fargo Center|
|12/15/2019||Tampa, FL||Amalie Arena|
|12/18/2019||Rochester, NY||Blue Cross Arena|
|12/18/2019||New Orleans, LA||Smoothie King Center|
|12/19/2019||Albany, NY||Times Union Center|
|12/19/2019||Memphis, TN||FedEx Forum|
|12/20/2019||Uniondale, NY||Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum|
|12/20/2019||Tulsa, OK||BOK Center|
|12/21/2019||Newark, NJ||Prudential Center|
|12/21/2019||Dallas, TX||American Airlines Center|
|12/22/2019||Pittsburgh, PA||PPG Paints Arena|
|12/22/2019||Houston, TX||Toyota Center|
|12/23/2019||Washington, DC||Capital One Arena|
|12/23/2019||San Antonio, TX||AT&T Center|
|12/26/2019||Columbus, OH||Nationwide Arena|
|12/26/2019||St. Louis, MO||Enterprise Center|
|12/27/2019||Cleveland, OH||Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse|
|12/27/2019||Milwaukee, WI||Fiserv Forum|
|12/28/2019||Detroit, MI||Little Caesars Arena|
|12/28/2019||St. Paul, MN||Xcel Energy Center|
|12/30/2019||Toronto, ON CA||Scotiabank Arena|
|12/30/2019||Chicago, IL||Allstate Arena|
Trans-Siberian Orchestra News and Updates
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Announces 'Christmas and Other Stories' Tour
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is going to continue its tradition of holiday season concerts and has announced their latest outing 'Christmas and Other Stories.' The tour is named after their first studio record which arrived in stores more two decades ago in 1996. It became a monstrous hit in the United States and achieved triple platinum status in the country.
The guys are scheduled to kick off the trek by performing their first two shows in Green Bay and Council Bluffs on November 13, 2019. From there, they will go on to make their stops in multiple cities including Denver, Worcester, Baltimore, Boise and Toronto before they end the road trip by playing a show in Chicago on December 30, 2019.
Trans Siberian Orchestra Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Trans Siberian Orchestra tickets is $38. The date and location for this event is 18-Dec-20 at Virtual Concert Series, Your Home. The minimum get-in price for Trans Siberian Orchestra tickets is $38.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Virtual Concert Livestream (Time: 8PM EST)||Your Home||18-Dec-20||$38||$38|
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