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Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 40



3.0 star rating Susie B from Seattle, Washington


It was my first time seeing TSO. The visuals were amazing but the actual music had me wondering if most of the people were actual musicians. It seems like the guitarists in particular were phoning it in and were more concerned with flipping their hair than playing their guitars. It was also a little heavy on the religion. I thought they did a great job on their take of the Nutcracker, though.

3.0 star rating Todd J. from Colorado Springs, Colorado


This was my third time seeing TSO in the last ten years. I can honestly say that this was there worst performance to date. They need to get back to delivering a Great Christmas story and leave some of the theatrics.

3.0 star rating Roxane Robbins from Worcester, Massachusetts


Show itself was fantastic as always. We were excited to get front row seats this year - until the show began. From that point, several of the DCU staff were talking and laughing - loudly. We were unfortunately at the end of the aisle right next to them, but a man 5 seats away from us kept turning and giving them looks. My husband spoke to them - they ignored him. I finally got up and told them their behavior was rude and distracting and asked them to please be quiet. I received a sarcastic, "shoore." Not sure we'll return to that venue again - really unprofessional behavior. One of the women was singing a beautiful song, and their raucous laughter really ruined it. TSO, as always, gave a fantastic performance - pretty sure they wouldn't have been pleased to know what was going on in the front row.

3.0 star rating Grace from Concord, NH


My 5th time seeing them. First the unavoidable: Their gear truck broke down and was quite late getting set up, not anyone's fault, just a fact... and SNHU would not let us in until 3:10 for a 3:30 show. There were still people outside freezing in line after the show started at 4. I felt this was just wrong. People pay a lot of money for these shows. We got in on time and were seated directly across from the stage in handicap seating. Ticketmaster stuck us 10 seats apart (wheelchair and companion) so they gave hubby a chair to sit behind me. That's Ticketmaster's issue and I'll deal with them to help them understand this is an issue. Now, to the actual show. I am joining what seems to be common in saying I could not understand 95% of what was being said. It was terrible. The music was as great as it could be missing Paul O'Neill (rest his spirit). But the sets? ugh. Way too much red, ugly sticks going up and down, weird symbolic tv screens up. We left about 1/2 way through. So sad.

3.0 star rating RT from Manchester NH


I have been following TSA for years & last night's show was very disappointing. The screens they set up was mostly orange & read no story behind them. I have seen a much better stage set up then last night's. The money I spent for my ticket was just not worth it.

2.0 star rating Evan from Seattle, Washington


I have been to 5 tso events over the years and having their fearless leader and drummer pass away hit them very hard this year. I will be taking them off my list of things try to do for a couple of years so they can recoup and get there bearings because this year I felt like their story was empty and there songs miss organized and confused. the crowd couldnt tell or feel any start or finish to the event. Just felt very cobbled togeather vs the productions that destroyed me emotionally and my legs and hands sore from claping and tapping to the beat. Also don’t know if Im just crazy but if felt much more religious then past productions. Sorry for new people who watched this event. This is not what you should experienced.

2.0 star rating Blue hair from Toronto, Ontario


This is my 2nd time seeing the show in Toronto. The first show a couple of years ago was fabulous. The show last night was boring. There was too much singing and story telling and not enough music. It sucked!


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