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Tickets to See Kiss Live in Concert

EventDateCity and Venue
Kiss Kiss Fri. February 22, 2019
New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center
Kiss Kiss Sat. February 23, 2019
Memphis, TN - FedExForum
Kiss Kiss Tue. February 26, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK - Chesapeake Energy Arena
Kiss Kiss Wed. February 27, 2019
Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
Kiss Kiss Fri. March 1, 2019
Milwaukee, WI - Fiserv Forum
Kiss Kiss Sat. March 2, 2019
Chicago, IL - United Center
Kiss Kiss Mon. March 4, 2019
Minneapolis, MN - Target Center
Kiss Kiss Wed. March 6, 2019
Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center
Kiss Kiss Thu. March 7, 2019
Omaha, NE - CHI Health Center Omaha
Kiss Kiss Sat. March 9, 2019
Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
Kiss Kiss Sun. March 10, 2019
Moline, IL - TaxSlayer Center
Kiss Kiss Tue. March 12, 2019
Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center
Kiss Kiss Wed. March 13, 2019
Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena
Kiss Kiss Sat. March 16, 2019
Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
Kiss Kiss Sun. March 17, 2019
Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena
Kiss Kiss Tue. March 19, 2019
Montreal, QC - Centre Bell
Kiss Kiss Wed. March 20, 2019
Toronto, ON - Scotiabank Arena
Kiss Kiss Fri. March 22, 2019
Uniondale, NY - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Kiss Kiss Sat. March 23, 2019
Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena - CT
Kiss Kiss Tue. March 26, 2019
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Kiss Kiss Wed. March 27, 2019
New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Kiss Kiss Fri. March 29, 2019
Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center - PA
Kiss Kiss Sat. March 30, 2019
Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Paints Arena
Kiss Kiss Tue. April 2, 2019
Quebec, QC - Centre Videotron
Kiss Kiss Wed. April 3, 2019
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Dressed To Kill - A Tribute to KISS Dressed To Kill - A Tribute to KISS Fri. April 5, 2019
Louisville, KY - Mercury Ballroom
Kiss Kiss Sat. April 6, 2019
Raleigh, NC - PNC Arena
Kiss Kiss Sun. April 7, 2019
Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena - GA
Kiss Kiss Tue. April 9, 2019
Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
Kiss Kiss Thu. April 11, 2019
Tampa, FL - Amalie Arena
Kiss Kiss Fri. April 12, 2019
Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Kiss Kiss Sat. April 13, 2019
Birmingham, AL - Legacy Arena at The BJCC
Kiss Kiss Mon. May 27, 2019
Leipzig, SN - Leipziger Messe
Kiss Kiss Wed. May 29, 2019
Vienna, WI - Wiener Stadthalle - Halle D
Kiss Kiss Fri. May 31, 2019
München, BY - Konigsplatz
Kiss Kiss Sun. June 2, 2019
Essen, NW - Stadion Essen
Kiss Kiss Tue. June 4, 2019
Berlin, BE - Waldbuhne
Kiss Kiss Wed. June 5, 2019
Hannover, NI - EXPO Plaza
Kiss Kiss Tue. June 11, 2019
St. Petersburg, SP - Ice Palace - St. Petersburg
Kiss Kiss Sun. June 16, 2019
Kiev, UA - NSC Olympiyskiy Stadium - Kyiv
Kiss Kiss Tue. June 18, 2019
Krakow, PL - Tauron Arena
Kiss Kiss Tue. June 25, 2019
Amsterdam, NH - Ziggo Dome
Kiss Kiss Tue. July 2, 2019
Milan, MA - Ippodromo - Milano
Kiss Kiss Thu. July 4, 2019
Zurich, ZH - Hallenstadion - Zurich
Kiss Kiss Tue. August 6, 2019
Sunrise, FL - BB&T Center
Kiss Kiss Thu. August 8, 2019
North Charleston, SC - North Charleston Coliseum
Kiss Kiss Sat. August 10, 2019
Charlotte, NC - PNC Music Pavilion - Charlotte
Kiss Kiss Sun. August 11, 2019
Bristow, VA - Jiffy Lube Live
Kiss Kiss Tue. August 13, 2019
Virginia Beach, VA - Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Kiss Kiss Wed. August 14, 2019
Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
Kiss Kiss Fri. August 16, 2019
Montreal, QC - Centre Bell
Kiss Kiss Sat. August 17, 2019
Toronto, ON - Scotiabank Arena
Kiss Kiss Tue. August 20, 2019
Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
Kiss Kiss Wed. August 21, 2019
Hershey, PA - Hersheypark Stadium
Kiss Kiss Fri. August 23, 2019
Darien Center, NY - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
Kiss Kiss Sat. August 24, 2019
Saratoga Springs, NY - Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Kiss Kiss Tue. August 27, 2019
Syracuse, NY - St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
Kiss Kiss Thu. August 29, 2019
Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center
Kiss Kiss Sat. August 31, 2019
Noblesville, IN - Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
Kiss Kiss Sun. September 1, 2019
Maryland Heights, MO - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - MO
Kiss Kiss Tue. September 3, 2019
Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena - IA
Kiss Kiss Thu. September 5, 2019
North Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena
Kiss Kiss Sat. September 7, 2019
Bossier City, LA - CenturyLink Center - LA
Kiss Kiss Sun. September 8, 2019
San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
Kiss Kiss Mon. September 9, 2019
Houston, TX - Toyota Center - TX
Kiss Kiss Wed. September 11, 2019
Albuquerque, NM - Isleta Amphitheater
Kiss Kiss Thu. September 12, 2019
Denver, CO - Pepsi Center - Denver
Kiss Kiss Sat. September 14, 2019
West Valley City, UT - USANA Amphitheatre
Kiss Kiss Mon. September 16, 2019
Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena

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About Kiss

For some reason, the fact that Kiss formed in Brooklyn is surprising. Kansas seems more appropriate, somehow, or maybe New Jersey. But Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley came together in 1973, donned a load of face paint and started spitting blood and breathing fire as part of one of the most elaborate group stage personas in rock history.

The characters they created -- The Demon (Simmons), Starchild (Stanley), Spaceman (Frehley), and Catman (Criss) – were based in comic book-style theatrics and chosen by fans relative to their personalities.

Simmons and Stanley had banded together in Wicked Lester prior to Kiss, but had little success. Planning a new venture, they found Criss through an ad. The trio had a hard-edged sound combined with Alice Cooper-inspired stagecraft. Frehley joined up a few months later, they became Kiss, and their first gig was on January 30, 1973 at the Popcorn Club in Queens.

They hit the studio, got a record deal, and were on their way with a slot opening for Blue Öyster Cult at an industry event. While performing his first fire-breathing stunt, Simmons accidentally set his hairspray-coated hair on fire.

In early 1974, they hit the road just as their self-titled debut was released. Though they enjoyed some solid TV exposure, the record sold only 75,000 copies. The follow-ups, Hotter Than Hell and Dressed To Kill, didn't do very well either.

Because they had proven themselves as an electrifying live act, the next move was a double live album in 1975. Alive! managed to capture some of that magic and went gold, largely on the strength of "Rock and Roll All Nite” which cracked the Top 40. Keeping the mojo going, Destroyer also went gold in 1976. Then, with the release of the single "Beth," which climbed to number seven on the charts, a Kiss resurgence occurred. The album went platinum and their tours sold out.

Records started coming out at a brisk clip with Rock and Roll Over in late 1976 and Love Gun in mid-1977. Alive II followed in late 1977. All three sold more than a million copies each and led to Kiss becoming a bonafide worldwide phenomenon. They even sold out five shows at Japan's Budokan Hall, breaking the Beatles' record of four.

In an interesting and massive marketing move, the members of Kiss simultaneously released four solo albums under the band's umbrella. Although they all broke the top 50 on the album charts, interest and sales quickly slumped leaving the enormous quantities of pre-orders to linger in the bargain bins.

The second part of the marketing blitz came in the form of a film, Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park. They were numerous creative difficulties during the production and it met with scathing reviews yet, when it debuted on NBC, it became the most-watched TV movie of 1978.

Getting back to basics, Dynasty continued their million-selling run and yielded their biggest hit to date in "I Was Made for Lovin' You." The Dynasty Tour, dubbed "The Return of Kiss," was anything but that. Ticket sales faltered and the creative tensions within the band grew. The final show of the tour would be the last for Criss.

Although he appeared on the cover of 1980's Unmasked, Criss did not play on the record and was officially announced as no longer in the band after it was released. The album missed the platinum mark. Paul Caravello became Eric Carr and took over the drum throne.

Following an unsuccessful concept album (1981's Music from "The Elder" ), Frehley took leave of the group, as well, departing at the end of 1982 with Vinnie Vincent stepping in.

Killers and Creatures of the Night dropped in 1982 with the latter not making it to gold status until 1994. At the end of the Creatures Tour, the band emerged from behind their makeup and headed off for a 10th Anniversary Tour in 1983 along with a glam metal record, Lick It Up. Vincent's Kiss stint didn't last long. Mark St. John was brought in after Lick It Up. Animalize followed in 1984 and managed to generate a boost in sales of both records and tickets. Stricken with arthritis, St. John was fired and replaced by Bruce Kulick.

The mid-80s brought a string of platinum successes, followed by 1989's Hot in the Shade. Although it sold fewer copies, the single "Forever," which was co-written by power ballad master Michael Bolton, peaked at number eight and was the group's highest-charting single since "Beth."

In 1991, Carr began battling cancer and, within a few months, two cerebral hemorrhages. He died on November 24, 1991 (the same day as Freddie Mercury). Having played with Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath, Eric Singer came in.

Something of a Kiss resurrection happened once again in the mid-90s with a tribute album, a book, and more. After an appearance on MTV Unplugged that saw Criss and Frehley sit in on a few tunes, rumors began circulating about a reunion of the original line-up.

On February 28, 1996, Tupac Shakur said on the Grammy Awards that “We need something different ...something new... we need to shock the people... so let's shock the people!” The curtain rose and there was Kiss, in all of their original, outfitted glory. The subsequent reunion tour sold like wildfire.

Although their 1998 Psycho Circus record featured Criss and Frehley in the artwork, they actually offered minimal musical contributions to it. Nevertheless, it entered the charts at number three with the title track earning a Grammy nod for Best Hard Rock Performance.

Early 2000 saw a Farewell Tour on the horizon which ended up running through April of 2001. In January of that year, Criss bolted and was replaced by Singer who donned the Catman persona for the rest of the tour. The Farewell Tour proved to not be their last, as Kiss continued playing together. In 2003, they embarked on a tour with Aerosmith. Frehley left, having believed the Farewell Tour was the end. Tommy Thayer signed on in his wake.

After a few more tumultuous years, 2008 found Kiss headlining all sorts of big festivals and embarking on their Kiss Alive/35 World Tour. They even appeared on American Idol in 2009 backing Adam Lambert on versions of "Detroit Rock City" and "Rock and Roll All Nite." Later that year, Sonic Boom was released and debuted at number two on the Billboard album charts.

Following up May 2010's Sonic Boom Over Europe: From the Beginning to the Boom Tour, Kiss launched The Hottest Show on Earth Tour in the U.S. in July of 2010 and is touring in 2011 too.

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