The annual sonic and visual extravaganza hits the road during the first week of November offering tickets priced as low as $25 in a blatant attempt to convince fans to rip off the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
That’s the idea behind the pricing structure for this year’s TSO run. Or as founder, producer, writer Paul O’Neil said:
“When someone goes to a TSO concert, we don’t want them to walk away saying ‘that was a great show’ or ‘that was worth it’ or even ‘that was the best show I’ve seen in a long time.’ We want them to say, ‘Man, that was the best show ever; we just ripped that band off.’”
And you’ll have plenty of chances to do that as the TSO juggernaut, along with bringing plenty of pyro and lasers to challenge even the most productive power stations, marches across North America.
With two productions spreading the TSO gospel, fans have a choice of starting points as the tour launches simultaneously in Youngstown, Ohio, at the Covelli Centre and Omaha at the Mid-American Center. Other cities on the routing include Des Moines, Peoria, Toledo, Seattle, Spokane, Boise, San Antonio, and just about every city capable of providing enough electricity for a proper Trans-Siberian experience.
For more information, including ticket onsales, click here for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra website.