ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — The holiday season just got a little longer in St. Paul with the announcement of two Trans-Siberian Orchestra concerts.
The band will bring their rock opera “The Lost Christmas Eve” to Xcel Energy Center for a matinee and an evening show on Dec. 29.
The concert is being billed as “a story of loss and redemption,” using rock, R&B, classical and Broadway showtune styles to tell the story of one Christmas Eve in New York City.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra has performed at the Xcel Energy Center during three of the last four Decembers.
Ticket prices range from $70 to $32, and go on sale through Ticketmaster at noon on Sept. 21.