TSO Tickets & 2021 Tour Dates
Trans Siberian Orchestra ranks among the top touring bands every year and has sold over 10 million concert tickets in their storied history. The band starts touring for their 2021 holiday show a few weeks before Thanksgiving and will play shows right up until the end of the year. TSO has two separate bands that tour at the same time; one is led by Chris Cafferty and the other by Al Pitrelli. Combined TSO will play over 100 shows during the holiday season, often playing two shows day in big cities, usually an afternoon show and evening performance.
TSO's tour will stretch from coast-to-coast with stops in every top market. The biggest shows on their tour include Allentown, Austin, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indy, Nashville, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, Seattle and Washington DC. Many of the top venues they play each tour including: AAC, Allstate Arena, Amalie Arena, Amway Center, Capital One Arena, Enterprise Center, Little Caesar's Arena, Toyota Center, UBS Arena, Wells Fargo Center and Xcel Energy Center. Check out the full TSO schedule of concerts here which includes the dates, locations and venue for each concert on their 2021 tour. There is likely a TSO show coming to a city near you.
Trans Siberian Orchestra Concerts
TSO is the most popular, annual holiday touring show in music today. They are adored by fans across the country and many of the fans in the audience at a TSO concert are not seeing the show for the first-time. The fans who attend every year say the TSO show is an annual tradition to signal the holidays are here. Music lovers who attend a TSO concert for the first-time inevitably enjoy it, and develop into those passionate fans who attend every year. TSO infuses an energy that is infectious and injects enough holiday spirit into the show that fans leave humming along to their tunes. The show is a mix of loud, upbeat music with amazing lights and lasers.
Trans Siberian Orchestra formed in 1996 and began touring in 1999 in support of their second album, The Christmas Attic. Known for their elaborately theatrics in their live performances, TSO shows are heavily focused on the storytelling experience for the audience which is how they keep their show fresh year after year. The act was named "Trans-Siberian Orchestra" because it is supposed to be a symbol of hope in a harsh environment just like the railroad in Siberia that shares its name. Don’t miss out on tickets to the next TSO performance near you.