Trans-Siberian Orchestra delivered metal yuletides when they rocked the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida on December 15, 2017.
The progressive metal band is out on the road in support of their Ghosts of Christmas Eve Tour. Fans packed the venue to be visited by rock stars, enjoy a night of live music and witness one of the most spectacular stage shows in all of entertainment. Lights and pyrotechnics illuminated the venue in perfect synchronization with the tunes. With such an undeniably festive atmosphere, it was easy for everyone to be of good cheer.
Tickets to Trans-Siberian Orchestra are always at the top of gift lists. As such, they are trekking across the United States with two troupes this holiday season to meet demand for their over-the-top symphonic shows. During their South Florida performance, featured band members included co-founder and keyboard player Rober Kinkle, guitarists Al Petrelli and Angus Clark, drummer Blas Elias, bassist Johnny Middleton and singer Andrew Ross. The stage was also filled with talented musicians playing string instruments, the piano and a chorus of great voices.
Since 1993, Trans-Siberian Orchestra has been making sure the sounds of Christmas are heard around the world. And one thing is for sure: Naughty or nice, everyone receives an unforgettable concert experience. So, until the next Siberian sleigh ride, sweet Christmas dreams from Big Shot Concerts and the Wizards of Winter.