KISS - The Final Swan Song

KISS - The Final Swan Song

KISS - The Final Swan Song

By Lisa Luiz / Op-ed / Tuesday, 07 January 2020 10:34

The painted white faces and tongue wielding antics of KISS have firmly rooted them in history as one of the all-time greats in metal music. Formed in 1973, in New York City, by the infamous Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley and later joined by drummer Peter Criss and guitarist Ace Frehley.

Their induction into the Rock 'n Roll hall of fame is testament to a career that has spanned more than 4 decades and attracted fans throughout the world. If one thing is true, it is that music truly knows no boundaries, the diversity of the “Kiss Army” is proof of this. The musical offerings of this phenomenal band has grown their fan base over the years and no, there is simply no stereotypical fan.....race, creed, age.....there is no limit to who has or will become a loyal fan and part of the “Kiss Army” and it is this devotion to the band that has forged invisible bonds among their followers.

During their more than 40 year reign in the rock world, Kiss has taken their music and out of the ordinary act to their fans and yes, the fans still want more!

In 2020, KISS will be making their way to South African shores. This is their career-ending swan song and a one night only opportunity for the South African regiment of the “Kiss Army” to witness the larger than life performance of a band that has certainly rocked through the ages.

KISS will be putting away the white paint and platformed boots for the last time at the curtain of the final End Of The World Tour, however, one thing is certain, they will live on in the memories of music gurus, rockers and fans for generations to come.

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Get your tickets to see KISS live at the Ticket Pro Dome, Johannesburg only valid tickets accepted by Big Concerts.


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