The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will rock in Orlando in December
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, known the world over for their upbeat Christmas tunes, will hit the road on a 60-city tour this winter, taking their unique brand of holiday music across the country.
The seasonal “rock tradition” arrives at the Amway Center in Orlando for two performances on December 17 (3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.). Having sold more than three million copies of the album “Christmas Eve and Other Stories”, the group is known for their energetic concerts and popular holiday music.
Paul O’Neill, the orchestra’s late founder, composer and lyricist, created the story that takes place on Christmas Eve when a young angel is sent to Earth to find the best in humanity. The album and tour features fan favorites such as “Promises To Keep”, “This Christmas Day”, and “O’ Come All Ye Faithful”.
To date, the TSO has performed over 2,000 winter touring shows for nearly 18 million fans.
A limited number of $29 tickets to the Amway Center show will be available for one week while supplies last, with a portion of proceeds going to AdventHealth and other charities. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on September 16. For more information, visit amwaycenter.com Where trans-siberian.com.
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