It’s Kiss Alive! (Again)
It’s called the KISS Alive 35 tour and it begins at the same venue where the classic live album was recorded – Detroit’s Cobo Arena – Sept. 25-26.
Other dates include Sept. 28 in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena; Sept. 29 in London, Ont., at John LaBatt Centre; Oct. 5 in Boston at TD Garden; Oct. 10 in New York at Madison Square Garden; and Oct. 12 in Philadelphia at Wachovia Center.
Stops also include Minneapolis, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, Saskatoon, Seattle, Oakland, Las Vegas, San Diego Houston, Los Angeles and pretty much every city you’d expect a tour of this magnitude to play. Last date on the schedule is Dec. 6 in Dallas at the American Airlines Arena.
KISS had already recorded three studio albums when the band decided to cut the live album that would eventually become the longest-charting album in the group’s history. In recreating the milestone KISS album, the band promises a new stage set, pyro and the “hottest band in the world.”
“Bigger is better!” Paul Stanley said. “Sonic Boom is our future and KISS Alive is our proud past. On this tour you get KISS Alive plus a slew of other classics and soon-to-be classics. New stage, new battle gear and a pyro arsenal that will again show everyone that there is only one KISS!”
For more information, please click here for the KISS Web site.