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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Announces 2018 Winter Tour to Celebrate 20 Years

Jason McEachern
Trans Siberian Orchestra

The annual November-December multi-sensory extravaganza is a holiday tradition.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra is celebrating the 20-year anniversary of their annual winter tour, based on the rockers' 1999 Ghosts of Christmas Eve TV movie. Kicking off Nov. 14 in Green Bay, WI and Council Bluffs, IA and wrapping up Dec. 30 in Milwaukee and Cleveland, the show will visit 65 cities across America to deliver the group's signature multi-sensory holiday extravaganza. 

"This year features a new stage design and incorporates presentation of the movie, which tells the story of a runaway girl who seeks shelter in a mysterious abandoned theater on Christmas Eve," a statement reads. 

TSO favorites including "Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24," "O’ Come All Ye Faithful" and "Good King Joy" will pepper the yuletide rock show. 

Tickets go on sale to the public Sept. 14, and a portion of every ticket sold will benefit select local charities. Find more information here, and check out the list of tour dates below. 

Nov. 14 – Green Bay, Wisconsin, Resch Center
Nov. 14 – Council Bluffs. Iowa, Mid-America Center
Nov. 15 – Fort Wayne, Indiana, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Nov. 15, – Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center
Nov. 16 – University Park, Pennsylvania, Bryce Jordan Center
Nov. 17 – Allentown, Pennsylvania, PPL Center
Nov. 17 – Denver, Pepsi Center
Nov. 18 – Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Mohegan Sun Arena
Nov. 18 – Colorado Springs, Colorado, Broadmoor World Arena
Nov. 20 – Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena
Nov. 21 – Erie, Pennsylvania, Erie Insurance Arena
Nov. 23 – Manchester, New Hampshire, SNHU Arena
Nov. 23 – Spokane, Washington, Spokane Arena
Nov. 24 – Worcester, Massachusetts, DCU Center
Nov. 24 – Portland, Oregon, Moda Center
Nov. 25 – Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun Arena
Nov. 25 – Tacoma, Washington, Tacoma Dome
Nov. 28 – Albany, New York, Times Union Center
Nov. 28 – Oakland, California, Oracle Arena
Nov. 29 – Rochester, New York, Blue Cross Arena
Nov. 29 – Fresno, California, Save Mart Center
Nov. 30 – Toledo, Ohio, Huntington Center
Nov. 30 – Sacramento, California, Golden 1 Center
Dec. 1 – Dayton, Ohio, Nutter Center
Dec. 1 – Ontario, California, Citizens Business Bank Arena
Dec. 2 – Grand Rapids, Michigan, Van Andel Arena
Dec. 2 – Phoenix, Gila River Arena
Dec. 5 – Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Dec. 5 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Chesapeake Energy Arena
Dec. 6 – Lexington, Kentucky, Rupp Arena
Dec. 6 – St Louis, Enterprise Center
Dec. 7 – Greenville, South Carolina, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Dec. 7 – Knoxville, Tennessee, Thompson-Boling Arena
Dec. 8 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center
Dec. 8 – Duluth, Georgia, Infinite Energy Center
Dec. 9 – Greensboro, North Carolina, Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Dec. 9 – Birmingham, Alabama, Legacy Arena at The BJCC
Dec. 12 – Raleigh, North Carolina, PNC Arena
Dec. 12 – Columbia, South Carolina, Colonial Life Arena
Dec. 13 – Charleston, West Virginia, Charleston Civic Center
Dec. 13 – Jacksonville, Florida, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Dec. 14 – Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena
Dec. 14 – Sunrise, Florida, BB&T Arena
Dec. 15 – Buffalo, New York, KeyBank Center
Dec. 15 – Orlando, Florida, Amway Center
Dec. 16 – Hershey, Pennsylvania, Giant Center
Dec. 16 – Tampa, Florida, Amalie Arena
Dec. 19 – Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Coliseum
Dec. 19 – New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
Dec. 20 – Uniondale, New York
Dec. 20 – Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center
Dec. 21 – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Dec. 21 – Houston, Toyota Center
Dec. 22 – Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center
Dec. 22 – Dallas, American Airlines Center
Dec. 23 – Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena
Dec. 23 – San Antonio, AT&T Center
Dec. 26 – Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena
Dec. 26 – Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center
Dec. 28 – Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
Dec. 28 – Chicago, Allstate Arena
Dec. 29 – Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
Dec. 29 – St. Paul, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Center
Dec. 30 – Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
Dec. 30 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center