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Trans-Siberian Orchestra: It’s not just for Christmas anymore
January 26, 2010 - Andy Gray
The long-promised non-holiday tour by Trans-Siberian Orchestra finally is a reality.
The brainchild of Paul O’Neill will start a 31-city tour on March 25 that will feature the album “Beethoven’s Last Night” in its entirety along with selections from the 2009 release “Night Castle.”
The tour promises songs that TSO never has played live in venues more intimate than TSO has played in recent years.
The bad news is that Youngstown, despite hosting multiple TSO sellouts the last few years, isn’t one of the 31 stops on the tour, but Mahoning Valley fans won’t have to travel too far to see the group.
Area dates include March 26 at E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron, March 27 at the Palace Theatre in Cleveland, April 4 at Benedum Center in Pittsburgh and April 5 at the Warner Theater in Erie, Pa.
Ticket information is sketchy at this point. The press release sent by Live Nation in Pittsburgh about the two western Pennsylvania dates doesn’t mention anything about on-sale date and prices.
TSO’s Web site offers the following information: “Tickets for the US shows are going to be available exclusively to the Fan Club. Please make sure you are signed up by February 1st. Keep checking the Express site for more information to come!”
Click the link to register at the Web site (it’s free) if you aren’t already.
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