Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets are on sale now for their 2014 tour! The tour will feature a full performance of their hit album of the same name, which tells the story of the final moments of Beethoven’s life. The members of Trans-Siberian Orchestra are clearly musical alchemists, combining such unlikely genres as rock, heavy metal, classical and even a touch of R&B to produce a grand sound uniquely their own. View a full list of Trans-Siberian Orchestra tour dates, and get great seats to see a feature spectacular light shows and pyrotechnics, making their live show a feast for both the eyes and the ears! Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert tickets are now on sale but they’re going fast, so buy your TSO Tickets today!
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Trans Siberian Orchestra 2015 Tour
1/2/15 - Since 1999, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra has been playing to sold-out audiences all over the world. They have sold over ten million records, and played over 1,600 concerts. For the 2014 holiday season, they have been touring extensively, with recent appearances in Columbus, Ohio and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sets lasted over two hours and included most of the songs from The Christmas Attic, their 1998 album. Concertgoers can expect this year’s show to be bigger than ever, with lights, moving platforms, video screens, and pyrotechnics in addition to the 24 musicians on stage. The TSO is scheduled to ring in 2015 with upcoming shows in Ohio, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Tickets are available for purchase now, starting at $90. Some have called this group a “holiday behemoth.” Don’t miss your chance to see this unforgettable show!
12/26/14 - Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a truly innovative group of musicians. They have produced a fusion of sounds with their music that blends, and sometimes defies, genres. They are also not shy to steal the stage when they perform. Their shows are truly events, and TSO fills the concert venue with lights, pyrotechnics, and memorable music. Just in time for the holidays, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is making its way across the nation. Their shows are family-friendly, and tickets make unbeatable presents for your loved ones. They will be performing in Cleveland and St. Louis on December 26, and in Rosemont, Illinois, and Auburn Hills, Michigan on the 27. The tour will reach Buffalo, New York by December 30. Tickets for all performances are still available at a range of prices.
12/19/14 - Get into the holiday mood with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra this week. Google Play has listed “The Christmas Attic” as a free album all week, so fans and newcomers alike can get into the sound of the season. All 17 tracks are available during this event. Once that whets your appetite, check out the upcoming dates in Boston, Newark, and Philadelphia for your chance to see the visual spectacle that is their live show. Tickets are available for all those dates. The 2014 tour features a full performance of “The Christmas Attic,” as well as a second set of fan favorites. Seats for the Boston show on the 20th start at $29. Tickets for the Newark date start at $48. The Christmas Eve-Eve show on December 23rd in Philadelphia has tickets from $38.
12/12/14 - Get your holiday cheer on when you come out to one of the winter concerts featuring the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. You’ll enjoy a great evening of entertainment and appreciate their generosity when they give back to the community by donating to a local charity in the city. They have upcoming performances in Pittsburgh, Tampa, Orlando, Indianapolis, Washington D.C., New Orleans, Austin, and Uniondale, New York from December 13-17. Tickets are still available for these shows, TSO concerts tend to sell out so don’t wait too long. If you haven’t found your Christmas spirit yet, this concert will have you hanging the mistletoe and decorating your tree when you get home. Enjoy this magical experience that Billboard Magazine ranks as one of the top ten ticket selling bands in this millennium.
12/5/14 - The winter tour of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s holiday-themed show is in full swing, much to the delight of fans of the stadium progressive rock band. With their signature pyrotechnics and laser and light shows, the band’s 2014 tour features “The Christmas Attic,” a rock opera that is part of a trilogy that the band has performed over the years. Fresh from their show in Toronto, Canada, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra will perform next at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania, on December 4. They’ll follow that show by heading to the Allen County Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on December 5. Tickets for both shows are still available, with seats for their Pennsylvania show ranging from $29 to $86 and the Indiana show starting at $118.
11/25/14 - It’s time to get your Christmas on, with the perennial holiday favorite Trans-Siberian Orchestra. This year, the group performs “The Christmas Attic,” the third installment of a rock opera they have never performed before a live audience. The concert begins by telling the story of a young girl who discovers mischief and magic in her attic on Christmas Eve. As always, the show features lasers and other theatrical effects. TSO composer Paul O’Neill said the second half of the show includes favorites like “Wizards in Winter” and “Requiem.” The rock holiday-magic concert series runs through January and includes concerts on both sides of the U.S. TSO concerts are always popular and sell out quickly, so plan ahead. Depending on the venue, tickets start as low as $38.
11/21/14 - Combining a multitude of musical styles with stunning visual displays, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra heads to Utah, Idaho, and Washington for a series of performances including two performances in Seattle on November 22. The performances will be a full presentation of the Orchestra’s self-titled album. The album itself pays tribute to Beethoven’s last moments. Beethoven died after a long illness and legend says that he shook his fist in the air and proclaimed he would hear in heaven. Despite its name, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is an American group founded in 1996. The group grew in popularity after it began touring in 1999. Due to the group’s popularity, venues are selling out and tickets are going fast. Tickets for the November 19th performance in Salt Lake City begin at $56.
11/14/14 - There are people who enjoy going to rock concerts, while others may prefer going to concerts where classical music is being played. There are not many musical artists who have the ability to combine both types of music into something that the general population finds pleasing. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra has managed to do just that. Fortunately for music lovers this incredible band is going to be on tour in 2014. They will be performing in different cities all across America. Individuals who purchase tickets to see live performances will have the chance to hear great music, and see an incredible visual performance. The concerts are infused with an incredible light show, and pyrotechnics. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the unique musical experience that this band provides everyone that has the chance to participate in one of their live concerts.
11/7/14 - For many fans, the holiday season is not complete without a Trans-Siberian Orchestra show. The band has created one of the top holiday shows ever, regularly selling out and creating a huge demand for tickets. Billboard even ranked TSO as one of the biggest touring artists of the past decade. This year’s tour includes 65 cities and 100 shows across the country. A Trans-Siberian Orchestra show is more than just some Christmas music. The group utilizes lasers, lights and stage production to put on one-of-a-kind events that tell fun, heartwarming and exciting tales of Christmas. The first stop on the tour is in Toledo, Ohio on November 13. The Huntington Center plays host to the group with ticket prices beginning at $43.
Every year, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is one of the top holiday events based on the demand for tickets and sell-out crowds. In 2009, TSO was ranked as one of the Top 25 Touring Artists of the past decade by Billboard. The rock band will execute its final installment of their Christmas trilogy “Lost Christmas Eve” this season, traveling to more than 65 cities and performing more than 100 shows between November 13 and December 30. The first two albums of the trilogy were “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” and “The Christmas Attic”.
Known for their pyrotechnics, lasers, and synchronization of lighting with their performance, the band promises even more in 2013. Hit songs “Wizards in Winter”, “Christmas Nights in Blue” and “Siberian Sleigh Ride” among others will tell a tale “of loss and redemption.” The show and music will take fans on a journey into the inspiring world of creator and producer Paul O’Neill incorporating a run-down hotel, an old toy store, a blues bar, a Gothic cathedral as part of the set. Expect a surprise from the Flight Deck and new music in the second half of the show, in addition to live favorites from “Christmas Eve and Other Stories”. Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets average $113 this holiday season but the cheapest tickets are about $40.