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Trans-Siberian Orchestra manager Adam Lind has confirmed a 2018 TSO tour has been booked

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According to Billboard, Trans-Siberian Orchestra manager Adam Lind has confirmed a 2018 TSO tour has been booked with more news to be announced soon. Pollstar’s Year End Top 200 North American Tours chart had Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the #5 position with $61.5 million in revenue, from over one million tickets sold! The tour was in honour of co-founder and creative force, Paul O’Neill, who passed away on April 5th, 2017 at age 61 from a combination of prescription drugs.

The detailed Pollstar’s Year End Top 200 North American Tours Top 10 listing is below.
1) METALLICA – $110.3 million (1.14 million tickets sold( 2) GUNS N’ ROSES – $98 million (837,000 tickets sold) 3) ROGER WATERS – $92.1 million (756,000 tickets sold) 4) RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS – $67.5 million (809,000 tickets sold) 5) TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA – $61.5 million (1.01 million tickets sold) 6) BON JOVI – $37.9 million (446,000 tickets sold) 7) GREEN DAY – $31.7 million (630,000 tickets sold) 8) JOURNEY – $29.4 million (379,000 tickets sold) 9) QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT – $29 million (298,000 tickets sold) 10) DEF LEPPARD – $28.6 million (404,000 tickets sold)

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