Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Lost Christmas Eve at Mohegan Sun Arena

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Lost Christmas Eve Tickets

Mohegan Sun Arena | Montville, Connecticut

“If you want to change the world, don’t become a politician — write a book, write a great song”.  This has been the guiding principle of Paul O’Neill, the visionary artist behind Trans-Siberian Orchestra.  This is a show that could change your life, so to speak.  “The Lost Christmas Eve” by The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a bucket-list-worthy musical experience.  Catch their shows at The Mohegan Sun Arena, in Uncasville, Connecticut, on the 23rd of November 2012, with two time slots to choose from:  matinee starts at 3:00 pm and evening show starts at 8:00 pm.

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Think Pink Floyd, The Who, Emerson, Lake & Palmer…and push their music way further ’til it blows up to another dimension!  The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a progressive rock band alright but they’re pushing and crossing more boundaries that any other musical entity.  Rock and heavy metal are made heavier and more intense by adding elements of classical, orchestra, and symphonic music.

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra are big-selling recording artists who have released and sold over 7 million copies of rock opera albums which include Christmas Eve and Other StoriesThe Christmas AtticBeethoven’s Last NightThe Lost Christmas Eve (the final installment of their Christmas trilogy), and their two-disc Night Castle.  Yet the music experience goes in full circle by witnessing their live concert performances.  Billboard Magazine and Pollstar declared them as one of the top ten ticket-selling bands of the year-2000 decade. They have played before 7 million people in 80+ cities, with total ticket sales of over $280 million.

Paul O’Neill describe their typical shows as having “… two stages — with pyro, light and lasers — on both sides of the arena, as well as in the crowd and the best sound we can find…There’s no second-class seats at a Trans-Siberian Orchestra show. I want people to walk out of our shows speechless and…still not believing what they have seen was possible.”, Paul enthuses.

 

Are your ears ready for an aural explosion?  Are your eyes ready to be awestruck?  Is your heart and soul ready to see the world in a different light?  Answer yes.  You’ll forever be grateful  you bought a ticket.

 


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