The Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO), a multi-platinum, critically-acclaimed progressive rock group will be coming to Charlotte this winter. Returning with all-new staging and effects is the unforgettable show that started it all, “Christmas Eve and Other Stories.”
TSO’s show that started small, performed to 12,000 people in five cities in 1999, which then exploded onto the national scene, eventually playing to 9 million fans over the course of an incredible 12 years (through 2011), the mega-hit “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” has grossed an incredible $377 million over 1224 performances.
A product of the vision and imagination of TSO’s late founder/composer/lyricist Paul O’Neill, “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” began the unique format O’Neill called “Rock Theater” and forged a deep connection with their fans that it turned into the wildly-successful tour, cementing the group’s status as a must-see, multi-generational, holiday tradition and kick-started the trend of Yuletide season tours.
The band will be playing at Charlotte’s Spectrum Center on December 7th from 3pm to 8pm. Tickets are now available here on Stubhub.com.