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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Late Fall/Winter Tour

01:01 PM Thursday 8/6/09 |   |

Trans-Siberian Orchestra is gearing up for its annual late fall/winter tour with over 125 North American shows on the books and dates through January 2010.

The tour will be sure to get you in the holiday spirit … with visions of TSO’s progressive rock versions of Christmas songs dancing in your head, along with a full light show and pyrotechnics, all before you drift off to bed. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist!)  

Dates kick off Nov. 1 at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, Ohio with the tour wrapping up two months later Jan. 3 at the Sommet Center in Nashville.

Additional shows include Air Canada Centre in Toronto (Nov. 12), KeyArena at Seattle Center (Nov. 21), Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. (Dec. 3), Orleans Arena in Las Vegas (Dec. 5), St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla. (Dec. 6) and HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. (Dec. 30).

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra Fan Club is hosting two pre-sales to “alleviate some of the congestion and frustration that some of you experienced in the past.”

The Sept. 1 pre-sale gives fan club members first dibs for shows between Nov. 1 and Nov. 30.

The Sept. 2 pre-sale covers shows between Dec. 1 and Jan. 3.

Along with the pre-sale information, TSO hinted at some exciting news for the band and urged fans to keep in contact with the fan club Web site. TSO explained, “We expect to have another big announcement for you in a few weeks so keep checking back and we can't wait to see you on the road.”

Click here for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Web site.

Click here for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Fan Club Web site.


Comments

  1. VaughnB wrote:

    02:32 AM, Sep 02, 2009

    It's close to fall, and if recent history teaches anything, we'll be hearing Christmas music early this year.  (I could vomit.)  If you don't want to hear it – check out Trans Siberia Orchestra.  Trans Siberian Orchestra, or

    TSO, is a full rock band, with full choir and 60 piece orchestra that performs mostly Christmas and classical music, with a hard rock edge.  The band packs serious firepower – the two lead guitarists are Alex Skolnick and Al Pitrelli.  What these guys have in common is a background in metal – and we mean METAL.  Pitrelli replaced Marty Friedman in Megadeth, and Alex Skolnick scorched as the fret burning lead guitarist in the legendary Bay Area thrash metal band, Testament.  (He practices what he preaches.) It might be worth <a rev="vote for" title="No Fax Payday Loans Are Fast and Easy When You Apply Online"

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  2. theblairbunch wrote:

    06:55 PM, Aug 06, 2009

    PASS !

    I went last year for the last time! I've gone three years in a row now expecting a new show and each time it was the same cornball shitt! 50 minutes of crap and 15 minutes of rock. For the insane price they are charging you would think they could come up with something new.

    Not getting my money this year.



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