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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Returns to San Antonio for Annual Christmas Show at the AT&T Center


  • Bob Carey
It’s hard to believe that Trans-Siberian Orchestra has now been around for more than two decades. Maybe time flies when you’re shredding Christmas carols and entertaining holiday crowds with over-the-top stage shows.

Augmenting its metal orchestration with plenty of lights and lasers, this year’s Christmas Eve and Other Stories show is being billed as a return to TSO’s roots. It draws from band’s 1996 album of the same name and follows a story developed by the group’s late founder, composer and lyricist Paul O’Neil. Fans can expect to hear TSO classics including “Ornament,” “Old City Bar” and “Wizards in Winter.”

$49.50-$79.50, Monday, Dec. 23, 8 p.m, AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway,
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