For the 2019 release of their well known yearly winter visit, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is tossing it back to the collection and visit that began everything.
The “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” visit enlivens – with upgraded enhancements and new arranging – the acclaimed prog-rockers’ 1996 introduction collection of a similar name, and the first in their Christmas-themed set of three, which incorporates 1998’s “The Christmas Attic” and 2004’s “The Lost Christmas Eve.”
“Christmas Eve and Other Stories” likewise started the band’s convention of occasion visits, with the idea the brainchild of the TSO’s late organizer and writer, Paul O’Neill.
Starting with a little five-city trek in 1999, the band would later broaden their yearly “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” excursion to a national run that would extend for a long time, going through 2011 and engaging more than 9 million fans.
The TSO’s 2019 winter visit commences Nov. 13 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and Council Bluffs, Iowa, and wraps Dec. 30 in Toronto and Chicago, ceasing in 66 urban areas for 100 or more exhibitions en route. Cheap Trans-Siberian Orchestra Concert Tickets are on sale now at Ticket2concert. You can also look through the Artist’s schedule for upcoming concerts and do your planning accordingly.
“We are for the most part so eager to bring ‘Christmas Eve and Other Stories’ back this year,” Al Pitrelli, the TSO’s melodic chief and lead guitarist, revealed to USA TODAY. “It’s been a long time since we last performed it and I guarantee it will be our most stunning show ever. Amazing musically and outwardly, yet for a great deal of us on and off the stage, inwardly. This is the thing that made Trans-Siberian Orchestra famous and has made the show such huge numbers of families’ vacation custom.”