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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

TSO is a sellout

Posted on Wed, Dec 13, 2006 at 4:00 PM

If you waited until now to buy your tickets to the Dec. 21 Trans Siberian Orchestra concert at Alltel Arena -- like somebody we know well who called yesterday hoping we had a couple laying around the office -- you're $#%& out of luck. Well, there are THREE single seats left for sale, we found out at lunch. But for all pratical purposes, the TSO show is now a sell out, with around 14,000 expected for the Christmas rock spectacular.

Expect to see this very fact on the Alltel Arena electric board as you drive by on I-30. They're pretty pleased with the fact, though they also are sorry some of you waited to late to inquire about tickets.

Look  how far this TSO thing has come in three years, from a lower-bowl show for about 4,000 or so to last year's 12,000 plus to this year's filled-to-the-brim event. Obviously word has spread about how terrific and cool this show is. Expect Little Rock to be an annual traditional stop.

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