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The Legendary Kiss to Tour Once Again
Kiss is undoubtedly one of the biggest and most popular rock bands of all time. They have been touring on and off for over 40 years, and they have sold millions upon millions of albums. But even bigger than their albums are their concerts. The band has earned a reputation for having some of the most exciting concerts ever. Although the band has gone through various incarnations, tickets to Kiss and their current tour are some of the biggest that you will ever find. Whether you’re a brand new Kiss fan, or you are a seasoned veteran of their shows, this is going to be one of the tours for the ages. If you can’t get tickets easily, be sure to check out SeatGeek for great seats at competitive prices.
Kiss first came together as a group in 1973. Original members Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, Paul Stanley, and Ace Frehley based their stage presence on fictional comic book characters, giving the band a larger than life feel. Although the band has undergone some changes since ’73, they are still a high energy group playing live. This is accentuated by their use of fireworks on stage and Simmons’ fire breathing routine. Songs like “Detroit Rock City,” “Rock and Roll All Nite,” and “Beth” have remained radio favorites to this day. They have a distinct ‘80s rock sound, but it has become more polished and refined like you would expect from a stadium rock band. This mixture of styles has made them immensely popular, and has kept the band at the forefront of mainstream music, influencing groups like Korn and Metallica.
The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, something that many of their fans thought was long overdue. They have sold over 100 million albums worldwide, and continue to generate excitement whenever a new tour is announced. Ever since they had their reunion tour in the mid 1990s, there has been a lot of speculation that Kiss was done performing live. 20 years later, we are lucky enough to be able to grab tickets to Kiss once again. Don’t miss out; who knows when this opportunity will come along next!