September 1, 2010 by Post Team
Shelley Malil, The world famous Trans-Siberian Orchestra returns to the Kohl Center for a performance Monday, November 8 at 7:30 pm Tickets go on sale at the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office located at Camp Randall Stadium on Monday, September 13 at 10 am
Ticket prices will be and 59.50, and 49.50, and 39.50 and $ 25. A convenience fee of 6.50 per ticket will be charged for telephone and Internet sales together with a load order and 5. There is a limit of 12 tickets per customer. Customers can also charge by phone at 608-262-1440 or online at 800-GO-BADGERS and UWBadgers.com.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, a concert of best-selling acts in the world creates one of the most fascinating shows on the road today. They insist on giving their fans more “value for money,” TSO puts in an excess of the upper complete audio and visual spectacular with lasers, fireworks and the state of the art lighting with an entry price that starts as low as $ 25 that allows generations of fans year after year, captivated. The group is headquartered in New York and is known for his interpretations of traditional Christmas songs.
The orchestra debuted in 1996 with the timeless “Christmas Eve and Other Stories.” Highlighted by the hit single remarkable, “Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24″, the album has achieved double platinum certification from the RIAA, with sales now rapidly approaching 3 million.
Two full albums O’Neill planned trilogy Christmas 1998 “Christmas Attic” and 2004 “The Lost Christmas Eve,” which are currently approaching double platinum certification. The three Christmas-themed albums have proven sustainable blockbusters, returning each year to 10 in Billboard’s Top Catalog Albums “and” the orchestra’s Top Holiday Albums “charts.
The latest publication of the group “CASTLE OF THE NIGHT”, featuring the new single, “Believe” and a cover of the classic “Nutrocker” broke into Billboard’s Top 200 “of success and was certified gold in less than eight weeks. For more information on TSO, please visit: www.trans-siberian.com.
Users are reminded that the UW Athletic Department will use a lottery system for the sale in person on 13 September. Users who wish to participate in the lottery should arrive between 8:30 am and 9:30 am The lottery will close at 9:30 am. Right now the number one will be used and the line will be reorganized. People arriving after the lottery line ends will have to wait until all lottery participants have been covered before buying the tickets.
For questions regarding ticket sales, please contact the ticket office at the Wisconsin Athletic 608-262-1440 or 800-GO-BADGERS.
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