Get ready to be blown away as KISS is touring Australia in the month of October 2015! One of the most famous American bands will be landing on the Australian shores for spectacular live events; so be ready for the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal.
Founded in January of 1973 by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, and known for face paints on stage, KISS have sold over a 100 million records worldwide in the last 42 years and despite it being more than four decades, Stanley and Simmons are still at the helm of the band and will perform live right here in Australia. The band has been awarded with 28 Gold Albums which is the highest for any American rock band.
KISS have been a part of several ‘Top’ Music Lists of all times. The band ranked 9th in the MTV’s ‘The Greatest Metal Bands’ list, 10th on ‘100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock’ by VH1 and have been ranked on the top position on ‘Top 100 Live Bands’ by Hit Paraders and they will be touring Australia to perform live which means that you have the opportunity to watch the greatest live band perform.
The event is going to be once in the lifetime since the original founders of the band, Simmons and Stanley will be performing live on these spectacular nights. The event is a rarity and no one knows if the band is ever going to perform again in Australia, which makes it rarest of the rare opportunities to watch the legends. Be ready for the star-studded night of Rock n Roll, which is truly unique and exceptional.
These could be the last live performances of the band in Australia and therefore will be historical. The band will perform in six Australian cities in October which are Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle and Brisbane. There will be two concerts in Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena. Due to the global popularity of the band, it will be difficult to get tickets for the live performances and you will be lucky to get one! There are very few tickets left but there is still an opportunity for you to get a ticket.
Rest assured this is going to be the most memorable night of your life; something to tell your grandchildren about that you saw the legends of the music perform live right in front of your eyes while you joined the party and danced to their tunes!