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Trans Siberian Orchestra at Manchester SNHU Arena

Trans Siberian Orchestra tour dates and tickets
Trans-Siberian Orchestra - often shortened to TSO - are an American progressive and symphonic rock outfit. Formed in 1993 by producer and composer Paul O'Neill, it consists of a creative team featuring O'Neill alongside Jon Oliva, Robert Kinkel, and Al Pitrelli and a vast collection of touring musicians, the line-up of which has changed countless times over the years.



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Trans Siberian Orchestra in Manchester - Ticket Options

Sat Nov 23 2019    (Change Date) Manchester, UK UK
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Venue Information - Manchester Arena

Arena Victoria Station, Manchester City Centre, Manchester M3 1AR
Telephone: 08448478000
Venue Capacity: 21000
The Manchester Arena is a 21,000 capacity live music, entertainment, and sporting event venue based in Manchester's City Centre. Considered one of the busiest as well as the largest arenas in Europe, it's played host to a number of massive occasions since it opened its doors back in 1995, including the 2002 Commonwealth Games.