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The Trans-Siberian Orchestra Comes to the Smoothie King Center, Just In Time for the Holidays

It’s hard to imagine this now, but there was a time when Trans-Siberian Orchestra members wondered if their whole holiday touring production idea would really fly with audiences. The group — helmed by visionary founder Paul O’Neill — had released a trilogy of Christmas-themed albums, which sold well, but taking it to the concert stage was a completely different animal for the fledgling project.

Little did they know at the time, but there was something special brewing. It turns out that the diversity of that first audience proved to be a harbinger of the group’s success over time. All these years later, the band’s imprint on the holidays is to the point that for millions across the country, the season would just seem incomplete if it didn’t include an appearance by Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

“It’s come to a point where [many] people, they can’t celebrate Christmas or get into the spirit until they see our show,” Jeff Plate said. “So for us, it’s a huge responsibility, not just to perform this show, but we also realize that [many] people really kind of depend on us to kick this whole thing into gear in terms of the holiday spirit, so it’s very cool.”

The multi-platinum, critically-acclaimed progressive rock group will be bringing its highly-anticipated Winter Tour 2019 back to New Orleans! Returning with all-new staging and effects is the unforgettable show that started it all, “Christmas Eve and Other Stories.” Ticket prices start at $36.50 and are on sale now at www.ticketmaster.com.

No matter where your interests lie, there is something for everyone at Brookstone Park Apartments in Covington, Louisiana. Take advantage of the area’s finest restaurants, shopping, and more when you reside here. Let this event be the start of your new, indulgent lifestyle.

Event Time/Date:
Wednesday, December 18, 2019—7:30 PM

Event Venue Location:
Smoothie King Center
1501 Dave Dixon Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70113

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