Tran-Siberian Orchestra will keep its rock holiday tradition alive with a special Christmas Eve & Other Stories Live In Concert livestream event on Friday, December 18.
TSO performing an all-new staging of its beloved album “Christmas Eve & Other Stories” means that fans, despite missing so much in 2020, won’t have to miss their favorite holiday tradition. This electrifying livestream will bring some much-needed rockin’ Christmas spirit to fans everywhere. In addition to the full album concert, fans will view special pre-show content including behind-the-scenes footage and classic interview segments.
TSO livestream tickets are on sale now. Keeping the TSO tradition of offering huge entertainment value for a low ticket price, advance tickets for TSO’s “Christmas Eve & Other Stories Live In Concert” will be offered as a family-friendly $30 all-in ticket.
The performance available for streaming on demand through midnight on Sunday, December 20. In addition to purchasing the stream, fans will have the option to purchase gift packages, including T-shirts, ornaments, and masks, plus livestream tickets can be sent digitally to friends and family as presents.
This special event will bring together members of both the East and West bands for the first time since 2000 when TSO first began touring with two full groups. For the livestream, Bryan Hicks will narrate and Al Pitrelli (guitar) and Derek Wieland (keyboards) will serve as musical directors. The band will feature Chris Caffery (guitar), Mee Eun Kim (keyboards), Johnny Lee Middleton (bass), Asha Mevlana (violin), and Jeff Plate (drums). Vocalists will be Russell Allen, Nate Amor, John Brink, Erika Jerry, Chloe Lowery, Georgia Napolitano and Jeff Scott Soto.Get ready to rock this holiday season as @trans_siberian keeps the holiday tradition alive with hristmas Eve & Other Stories Live In Concert livestream event Dec 18 #tso #christmas Click To Tweet
“So many things have changed in 2020. Masks, social distancing, home schooling, and, of course, live entertainment. What will not change is all of us being able to celebrate the holidays together,” Al Pitrelli said. “It will just be in a different way. For 21 years, we’ve had the privilege of bringing our tours, including ‘Christmas Eve & Other Stories’, to hundreds of cities and millions of people. This year, we will bring this timeless story to your living rooms. We will miss seeing all of you in person, but like Paul O’Neill always said, ‘adapt, overcome, and improvise.’ That’s exactly what we are going to do. This will be an opportunity to see your favorite holiday story up close and personal. We can’t wait to share this with all of you. In the meantime… Stay safe. Stay healthy. We’re on our way!”
For more information, visit trans-siberian.com.