Trans-Siberian Orchestra Celebrating 20 Years of Winter Tour

The tradition of November to December Winter tours begin again as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra celebrates their 20 years. The tour is based on the TV movie ‘1999 Ghosts of Christmas Eve’. The show is to tour around the 65 Cities of America, delivering group signatures along with a variety of extravagant holiday activities. The tour will commence from November 14th in Green Bay, WI and Council Bluffs, IA and fall to an end on December 30th.

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According to a statement issued recently, the show will feature new stage designs joined by the demonstration of the movie. The movie is a story about a runaway girl who takes shelter in a cryptic and uninhibited theatre on a Christmas Eve.

The show includes the favorites of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, “Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24,” “O’ Come All Ye Faithful” and “Good King Joy”.

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Check out the list of Trans-Siberian Orchestra Concert tour dates below:

Nov. 14 – Green Bay, Wisconsin, Resch Center

Nov. 14 – Council Bluffs. Iowa, Mid-America Center

Nov. 15 – Fort Wayne, Indiana, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum

Nov. 15, – Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center

Nov. 16 – University Park, Pennsylvania, Bryce Jordan Center

Nov. 17 – Allentown, Pennsylvania, PPL Center

Nov. 17 – Denver, Pepsi Center

Nov. 18 – Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Mohegan Sun Arena

Nov. 18 – Colorado Springs, Colorado, Broadmoor World Arena

Nov. 20 – Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena

Nov. 21 – Erie, Pennsylvania, Erie Insurance Arena

Nov. 23 – Manchester, New Hampshire, SNHU Arena

Nov. 23 – Spokane, Washington, Spokane Arena

Nov. 24 – Worcester, Massachusetts, DCU Center

Nov. 24 – Portland, Oregon, Moda Center

Nov. 25 – Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun Arena

Nov. 25 – Tacoma, Washington, Tacoma Dome

Nov. 28 – Albany, New York, Times Union Center

Nov. 28 – Oakland, California, Oracle Arena

Nov. 29 – Rochester, New York, Blue Cross Arena

Nov. 29 – Fresno, California, Save Mart Center

Nov. 30 – Toledo, Ohio, Huntington Center

Nov. 30 – Sacramento, California, Golden 1 Center

Dec. 1 – Dayton, Ohio, Nutter Center

Dec. 1 – Ontario, California, Citizens Business Bank Arena

Dec. 2 – Grand Rapids, Michigan, Van Andel Arena

Dec. 2 – Phoenix, Gila River Arena

Dec. 5 – Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Dec. 5 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Chesapeake Energy Arena

Dec. 6 – Lexington, Kentucky, Rupp Arena

Dec. 6 – St Louis, Enterprise Center

Dec. 7 – Greenville, South Carolina, Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Dec. 7 – Knoxville, Tennessee, Thompson-Boling Arena

Dec. 8 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center

Dec. 8 – Duluth, Georgia, Infinite Energy Center

Dec. 9 – Greensboro, North Carolina, Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Dec. 9 – Birmingham, Alabama, Legacy Arena at The BJCC

Dec. 12 – Raleigh, North Carolina, PNC Arena

Dec. 12 – Columbia, South Carolina, Colonial Life Arena

Dec. 13 – Charleston, West Virginia, Charleston Civic Center

Dec. 13 – Jacksonville, Florida, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

Dec. 14 – Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena

Dec. 14 – Sunrise, Florida, BB&T Arena

Dec. 15 – Buffalo, New York, KeyBank Center

Dec. 15 – Orlando, Florida, Amway Center

Dec. 16 – Hershey, Pennsylvania, Giant Center

Dec. 16 – Tampa, Florida, Amalie Arena

Dec. 19 – Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Coliseum

Dec. 19 – New Orleans, Smoothie King Center

Dec. 20 – Uniondale, New York

Dec. 20 – Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center

Dec. 21 – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center

Dec. 21 – Houston, Toyota Center

Dec. 22 – Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center

Dec. 22 – Dallas, American Airlines Center

Dec. 23 – Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

Dec. 23 – San Antonio, AT&T Center

Dec. 26 – Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena

Dec. 26 – Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center

Dec. 28 – Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena

Dec. 28 – Chicago, Allstate Arena

Dec. 29 – Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

Dec. 29 – St. Paul, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Center

Dec. 30 – Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena

Dec. 30 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center

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