Trans-Siberian Orchestra is bringing its The Ghosts of Christmas Eve rock opera on the road for the first time this year, playing Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on Saturday, Dec. 19th, part of 100 shows in 60 cities this holiday season.

Originally produced as a TV movie for Fox Family in 1999, The Ghosts of Christmas Eve relates the story of a runaway who breaks into an abandoned vaudeville theater on Christmas Eve. The work includes musical highlights from the progressive-rock troupe's three previous Christmas-themed rock operas, Christmas Eve and Other Stories, The Christmas Attic and The Lost Christmas Eve.

"It was only supposed to be played once on TV; it has been played every year since," says TSO founder Paul O'Neill. "It was never supposed to be released as a DVD; it went double platinum.

"We decided this year, let's bring it live, take it to a whole other level, give the audience something different. Obviously, we're going to bring out all sorts of new toys and special effects.

TSO's annual Christmas tours, which have run for nearly 20 years, are known for their extravagant lighting and pyrotechnic displays. In 2000, the group split into two companies, one touring arenas in the eastern half of the U.S., the other taking the western side.

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