Why See Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve?
Celebrating 20 years!
The Tran-Siberian Orchestra hit the road with an exciting new production of their beloved classic, celebrating 20 years as top purveyors of Christmas spectacle! Including Ghosts of Christmas Eve alongside some of their all-time greatest hits - discover what keeps audiences coming back year after year!
WHO ARE THE TSO?
The rock band's concerts are arguably the most visually dazzling live event you're ever likely to see, featuring giant video screens, a pyrotechnics display that rivals many cities New Year's celebrations and more lasers than Star Wars. Composed of four original members, the group's touring lineup's ranks are swelled with entire string sections, dozens of extra musicians and choirs.
As for the music, TSO take the likes of Pink Floyd and Yes as their inspiration, adding in elements of classical music, heavy metal and just about anything else which takes their fancy. You won't find many other bands switching from a lacerating guitar solo to the heavenly voices of a children's choir without a moment's notice. The Ghosts of Christmas Eve Tour is named after the band's 1999 holiday-themed\rock opera TV movie which they'll be playing live!
Performance date: 23 December 2018
Suitable for ages 8+
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