Trans-Siberian Orchestra Returns to Chicago on 20th Anniversary Winter Tour

Trans-Siberian Orchestra returns this winter season for their annual tour and they’re stopping in the Windy City.

Based on the rockers’ 1999 TV movie “Ghosts of Christmas Eve,” the tour is scheduled to kick off on Nov. 14 in celebration of their 20th anniversary.

The band is set to make an appearance at Chicago’s Allstate Arena on Dec. 28.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra is scheduled to play at a total of 65 cities across the country—that’s 100-plus performances.

The 2018 winter tour marks the second year the late founder Paul O’Neill is absent for.

Last year, the band said in a statement that then-61-year-old O'Neill died from a "chronic illness," calling his death "a profound and indescribable loss for us all."

The rock producer and manager who began putting together Trans-Siberian Orchestra in 1996, was found dead in his room by hotel staff at a Tampa Embassy Suites late Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

Al Pitrelli, TSO's music director and lead guitarist, told USA TODAY "last year, with Paul’s family steering the ship, we realized that his dream will live beyond him, and that makes us all very proud, happy and thankful."

Tickets will go on sale to the public starting Sept. 14, however, those who sign up here (up until Aug. 31), can access ticket presales beginning Sept. 5 for fan club members and Sept. 11 for non-members.

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