Trans-Siberian Orchestra Returns to Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena This Fall

The long-running Christmas music spectacular brings its Christmas Eve and Other Stories tour to U.S. Bank Arena

click to enlarge Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Photo via trans-siberian.com
Photo via trans-siberian.com
Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Trans-Siberian Orchestra is bringing its long-running Christmas "multi-sensory extravaganza" back to U.S. Back Arena this holiday season. The group's all-new musical/theatrical "Christmas Eve and Other Stories" tour comes to Cincinnati on Nov. 29 for two shows (at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.).

Fans can register now through Aug. 30 for presale tickets. Presale tickets for the general public go on sale on Sept. 9. at 10 a.m.; presale for Ticketmaster Fan Club members is Sept. 4. 

The general public on-sale date is Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. via ticketmaster.com.

Founded by musician/composer Paul O’Neill (who died a few years ago), TSO's Prog/New Age holiday spectacle has played in over 80 cities, performed for more than 100 million people. Ticket sales have surpassed $280 million, with $11 million donated to charity. 



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