Trans-Siberian Orchestra Inducted Into Mohegan Sun’s Walk of Fame

Mohegan 40th Walk of Fame

UNCASVILLE, CT – Prior to the return of Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s (TSO) “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” to Mohegan Sun Arena, the progressive rock group was honored as the 40th Mohegan Sun Walk of Fame inductee.

TSO sold out the 10,000-seat arena for the 28th and 29th time in a row during two consecutive performances during the 2023 holiday tour. The group has played in front of over 190,000 fans since their first Mohegan Sun Arena appearance in 2003.

“TSO has always been a fan favorite at Mohegan Sun Arena,” said Tom Cantone, President of Sports and Entertainment at Mohegan. “Everyone in attendance receives an exhilarating, unforgettable experience from TSO whenever they are on property. Every TSO show is a memory for life with your family and friends, and that’s what we do best.”

Trans-Siberian Orchestra joins Thomas Rhett, Shinedown, Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffet, Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift, and more as the latest inductee into the Mohegan Sun Arena Walk of Fame.

Since its touring debut, TSO has played more than 2,000 Winter Tour shows to more than 18 million fans. In the past 10 years (encompassing nine tours), TSO has performed for more than eight million fans. Keeping with TSO late founder Paul O’Neill’s vision, TSO remains one of rock’s most charitable bands. To date, TSO has donated more than $18 million in ticket sales to charity.

The Mohegan Sun Walk of Fame honors individuals who have made major contributions to Mohegan Sun’s success. The names of all those admitted into the Walk of Fame are permanently displayed at the entrance of Mohegan Sun Arena.