Trans-Siberian Orchestra on Friday, November 20, at 8 p.m.
Colonial Life Arena
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In a Nutshell
Progressive-rock band known for its symphonic operas and pyrotechnics plays The Ghosts of Christmas Eve live for the first time
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$45 for one early-discount G-Pass ticket for seating in sections 101–104 or 115–118 (up to $75.50 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
$55 for one G-Pass ticket for seating in sections 101–104 or 115–118 (up to $75.50 value)
Their sound: progressive rock and metal infused with symphonic instrumentation and sweeping themes
The goal of founder Paul O’Neill: “to create a progressive rock band that would push the boundaries (of the genre) further than any group before…way, way further.”
How they’ve exceeded their goal: the group has sold more than 10 million albums, and has been deemed one of the top 25 touring artists of the 2000s by Billboard
What their live shows look like: a spectacle of pyrotechnics, lights, and lasers melded with thundering rock anthems from various albums
What this particular live show looks like: their first-ever staged performance of the holiday concept album The Ghosts of Christmas Eve, which tells the musical story of a young runaway who meets ghostly visions after breaking into an abandoned vaudeville theater on Christmas Eve, and features the Orchestra’s electrified takes on “O’ Come All Ye Faithful,” “O Holy Night,” and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”