For a lot of us – and I do mean a lot – the annual tradition of trekking into your closest large concert venue (here in Cleveland, typically through the snow) to listen to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra jam out their high energy, metal-inspired, light, and pyro-technique extravaganza is a high point of the Holiday season. With COVID still hanging strong and live shows all but extinct – it was just being figured that any type of TSO experience would be non-existant in 2020. Thankfully -we were wrong.
The band normally tours on both coasts simultaneously. A West Coast and East Coast version of the band that for roughly 8 weeks every year play about 5 days a week – normally 2 shows a night. A huge undertaking, especially understanding that their show is a theatrical and technical monster. This year both versions of the band will be teaming up on one stage for a show like no other – which will be live-streamed right into your front room.
The show will originate from Nashville and will feature the always amazing retelling of Christmas Eve And Other Stories. The following promo video sums it all up.
Price of admission will be $30 – a steal if you’ve ever had to pay for a seat at their normally always sold out performances – and for those of you who have never been able to make the trip to a live show – this is a perfect way to finally get to see what the band is all about.
While nothing could or will ever replace the power and excitement of a live show – in these times this is certainly a worthy idea. If you want to purchase your pass – or you have any questions at all – CLICK HERE and you can navigate around and find answers to any questions you might have – and then lock in your admission.