Trans-Siberian Orchestra Announces Winter Tour Is Back

Today (August 30), the platinum-selling progressive rock band, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, announced that its popular winter tour will be back for 2021 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the band’s major release, Christmas Eve and Other Stories, which was first released in 1996.

Presales for tickets will be open to the general public on September 17 and will be available on the band’s official site.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s musical director and lead guitarist, Al Pitrelli, said in a press release, “After an incredibly trying year for everyone we are beyond excited to be able to say that we’re bringing Christmas Eve and Other Stories back to all of you. We were amazed by the turnout for last year’s livestream and how many of you continued to celebrate this tradition we have created together. It’s been 25 years since Paul (O’Neill) first introduced all of us to this timeless tale. Let’s celebrate this milestone event together.  God bless and stay safe everyone.”

According to the release, since its touring debut, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, which was founded in Tampa, Florida in 1996, has played more than 2,000 Winter Tour shows for approximately 17 million fans, with tour grosses of more than $725 million, and has sold in excess of 12 million albums and DVDs. 

Upcoming TSO dates:

Wed., Nov. 17Green Bay, WIResch Center*
Wed., Nov. 17Council Bluffs, IAMid America^
Thurs., Nov. 18Sioux Falls, SDDenny Sanford Premier Center^
Fri., Nov. 19State College, PABryce Jordan Center^
Sat., Nov. 20Hershey, PAGiant Center*
Sat., Nov. 20Denver, COBall Arena*
Sun., Nov. 21Wilkes Barre, PAMohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza*
Sun., Nov. 21Colorado Springs, COWorld Arena*
Tues., Nov. 23Salt Lake City, UTVivint Arena*
Wed., Nov. 24Rochester, NYBlue Cross Arena^
Fri., Nov. 26Manchester, NHSNHU Arena*
Fri., Nov. 26Spokane, WASpokane Arena^
Sat., Nov. 27Worcester, MADCU Center*
Sat., Nov. 27Seattle, WAClimate Pledge Arena*
Sun., Nov. 28Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun*
Sun., Nov. 28Portland, ORModa Center*
Wed., Dec. 1Nashville, TNBridgestone Arena^
Wed., Dec. 1San Jose, CASAP Center^
Thurs., Dec. 2Cincinnati, OHHeritage Bank^
Thurs., Dec. 2Fresno, CASave Mart Center^
Fri., Dec. 3Toledo, OHHuntington Center*
Fri., Dec. 3Sacramento, CAGolden 1 Center*
Sat., Dec. 4Dayton, OHNutter Center*
Sat., Dec. 4Ontario, CAToyota Arena*
Sun., Dec. 5Grand Rapids, MIVan Andel Arena*
Sun., Dec. 5Phoenix, AZFootprint Center*
Wed., Dec. 8Columbia, SCColonial Life Arena^
Wed., Dec. 8Oklahoma City, OKChesapeake Energy Arena^
Thurs., Dec. 9Greensboro, NCGreensboro Coliseum^
Thurs., Dec. 9Austin, TXFrank C. Erwin, Jr. Special Events Center^
Fri., Dec. 10Greenville, SCBon Secours*
Fri., Dec. 10San Antonio, TXAT&T Center*
Sat., Dec. 11Charlotte, NCSpectrum Center*
Sat., Dec. 11Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines*
Sun., Dec. 12Atlanta, GAGas South Arena*
Sun., Dec. 12Houston, TXToyota Center*
Wed., Dec. 15Raleigh, NCPNC Arena^
Wed., Dec. 15Birmingham, ALBJCC^
Thurs., Dec. 16Charlottesville, VAJohn Paul Jones Arena^
Thurs., Dec. 16Jacksonville, FLVyStar Veterans Memorial Arena^
Fri., Dec. 17Philadelphia, PAWells Fargo*
Fri., Dec. 17Sunrise, FLBB&T Center^
Sat., Dec. 18Belmont, NYUBS Arena*
Sat., Dec. 18Orlando, FLAmway Center*
Sun., Dec. 19Allentown, PAPPL Center*
Sun., Dec. 19Tampa, FLAmalie Arena*
Tues., Dec. 21Buffalo, NYKeyBank Center^
Wed., Dec. 22Newark, NJPrudential Center*
Wed., Dec. 22Indianapolis, INBanker’s Life Fieldhouse*
Thurs., Dec. 23Washington, DCCapital One Arena*
Thurs., Dec. 23Chicago, ILAllstate Arena*
Sun., Dec. 26Columbus, OHNationwide Arena*
Sun., Dec. 26Milwaukee, WIFiserv Forum*
Monday, Dec. 27St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Arena*
Tuesday, Dec. 28Detroit, MILittle Caesars Arena*
Wed., Dec. 29Pittsburgh, PAPPG Paints Arena*
Wed., Dec. 29Kansas City, MOT-Mobile Center*
Thurs., Dec. 30Cleveland, OHRocket Mortgage Fieldhouse*
Thurs., Dec. 30St. Louis, MOEnterprise Center*

  * matinee & evening performances

  ^ evening performance 

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