Trans-Siberian Orchestra helps local charities
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- One of the top touring artists of the past decade will be here in Las Vegas this Saturday night. And the Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be making Las Vegas a better place to live.
The show is unlike anything most of us have ever seen. It's a rock opera. The group takes pride in making it as over the top as possible. With two stages, pyrotechnics, lights and lasers. But our favorite part? Some of the proceeds from their 8 p.m. performance go to Operation Fire HEAT.
Julie Samuelson is the KOMP radio Community relations Director, "Operation Fire HEAT is a holiday emergency assistance program. They were founded by firefighters. They try to help families devastated by fire get back to normal. And get back in the spirit of the holiday."
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra's performance of "The Lost Christmas Eve" takes place Saturday at the Orleans. They have two shows -- 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Some of the proceeds from the 8 p.m. performance will be split between Operation Fire HEAT and the Public Education Foundation.