The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is bringing its audio-visual experience to The Palace of Auburn Hills on Dec. 30, 2016 with its show The Ghosts of Christmas Eve as part of its 2016 Winter Tour.
This show, stopping into town for two performances on one day only, follows the story of a young runaway who takes shelter in an abandoned theater. Here, she will be visited by “ghostly visions” that tell of the theater’s past.
Presented by the Hallmark Channel, this holiday show debuted last year based on the orchestra’s DVD and long-running PBS fundraiser. It features favorite holiday songs like “Christmas Eve Sarajevo 12/24,” “O’ Come All Ye Faithful,” “Christmas Cannon” and more. The lasers, lights and pyrotechnics that accompany the show will thrill kids and parents alike.
“The overwhelming response from the fans during the 2015 Winter Tour drove the band’s decision to take it back out on the road this year,” TSO creator Paul O’Neill says in an article about the show on the Palace’s website. “As always we have new artists, new special effects and lots of surprises in store. We are looking forward to seeing everyone on the road.”
It’s classical music meets rock. If your family has never experienced the exciting, unique performances of the TSO, this is a must!
Tickets range from $36.50 to $76.50, and can be ordered through Ticketmaster. Each year, $1-$2 of every ticket sold benefits local charities. Families can catch performances at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Dec. 30, 2016.
For more information on the 2016 Trans-Siberian Orchestra The Ghosts of Christmas Eve shows at The Palace of Auburn Hills, visit the Metro Parent calendar.