Get your face paint ready New Zealand because Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer
and Tommy Thayer
are on their way to Australia and New Zealand in October as part of their 40th Anniversary world tour performing at Auckland’s Vector Arena on Friday October 16. KISS
last played in Wellington, New Zealand in 2008 so it’s the news the rabid KISS army fans have been waiting for.
With a stage production called ‘The Spider’, moved by 38 computer controlled winches, featuring 220 automated lights, weighing in at 43,000 kgs, incorporating 900 pieces of pyrotechnics and powered by 400,000 watts of sound. Add in showmanship that continues to thrill audiences around the world, some of the best damn rock anthems in music history and there¹s only ONE band we can be talking about....... KISS!Gene Simmons
said; "We are so very excited to be visiting again with our fans in New Zealand. We feel a special kinship to the Kiwi's, the culture, the food and the people. But don't kid yourself, we're coming to you to shake the heavens. You will see the greatest show on earth.”
Tickets starting from just $109, it’s an extravaganza that everyone needs to experience. Special guests are The Dead Daisies
, a powerful musical collective created by a rotating line-up that features some of the world’s best rock musicians.KISS: VECTOR ARENA, AUCKLAND – FRIDAY OCTOBER 16
Tickets On Sale: 9am Wednesday March 25 from Ticketmaster.
VIP packages, including opportunities to meet the band, are available from Ticketmaster.For all KISS informationwww.KISSONLINE.com