Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, Connecticut
Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2021 Winter Tour: Christmas Eve and Other Stories at Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, November 28th, 2021. The annual November-December extravaganza that O'Neill takes pride in being, "as over the top as we can make it. We have, two stages, with pyro, light and lasers, on both sides of the arena, as well as in the crowd and the best sound we can find… There's no second-class seats at a Trans-Siberian Orchestra show. I want people to walk out of our shows speechless and still not believing what they have seen was possible."
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For an entity that exists to celebrate the holidays with a combination of poignancy, finger-blistering electric guitars and enough smoke and lasers to rival a Kiss show, losing the 2020 touring season was especially disheartening to Trans-Siberian Orchestra. After a long year off the road, we mean it when we say… we've missed you. And that's why we're psyched to say we're BACK and coming to see YOU live and in person as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Christmas Eve and Other Stories.”
With more than 10 million albums sold, TSO has inspired generations of fans to rediscover the multidimensional art form of the rock opera. Meanwhile, on the road, they have become one of the world's top acts, with Billboard magazine naming TSO as one of the top touring artists of the past decade, a $20 million-plus production that has played to over 100 million people in more than 80 cities, selling more than $280 million worth of tickets and presenting a staggering $16 million to charity.
The band will perform “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” in its entirety, celebrating the 25th anniversary of “Christmas Eve and Other Stories,” which has sold more than 3 million copies and popularized instrumentals “Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24” and “O Come All Ye Faithful/O Holy Night,” as well as the stirring story song, “Old City Bar.” The band will then follow with music from the other five albums in TSO’s oeuvre. All while retaining the spirit of founder Paul O’Neill, who died in 2017.