Greene County News
FAIRBORN — Trans-Siberian Orchestra will again make a stop at the Wright State University Ervin J. Nutter Center with a portion of ticket proceeds benefiting Greene Medical Foundation 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.
As in previous years, a portion of all ticket sales will go to benefit select national and local charities, locally benefiting Greene Memorial Hospital and Soin Medical Center through the Greene Medical Foundation. To date, TSO has donated more than $12 million to charities.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra will present The Ghosts of Christmas Eve – The Best of TSO and more this year. According to the TSO website, The Ghosts of Christmas Eve was an experiment, to take something that was conceived for TV and try to express that story live on stage. Integrating segments of the TV show, with a live narrator, and full rock band was something TSO has never done. It brought back many memories to see Ossie Davis and everyone else who helped make that TV special into the annual tradition that it has become. The overwhelming response from the fans during the 2015 Winter Tour drove the band’s decision to take it back out on the road this year. There will be new artists, new special effects and lots of surprises in store.
A limited number of tickets are on sale now at the Greene Medical Foundation office contact 937-352-2250 or [email protected]
Greene County News report compiled by Natalie Jones.