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KISS END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR
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KISS END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR - FEBRUARY 29, 2020

KISS Chronology

The KISS legacy continues to grow generation after generation, transcending age, race, and creed. The unparalleled devotion and loyalty of the KISS Army to the "Hottest Band in the World" is a striking testament to the band's unbreakable bond with its fans.

The first-ever KISS performance was in 1973 to an audience of 10 at the Popcorn Club (renamed Coventry shortly afterward) in New York City.

The band's name was rumored to stand for 'Knights In Satan's Service' but this is an urban legend - propagated in the 1970s by Minnesota-based evangelists the Peters Brothers - which Gene Simmons has denied in his book. Simmons states that Paul Stanley suggested the name on the spur of the moment while they were stopped at a traffic light. Paul has also stated that the band name is not an acronym (the original name of the band was Wicked Lester, 1969-1972). Ace designed the infamous lightning bolt logo, and the rest is KISStory.

In 1975, having achieved recognition, but no big hit single, Casablanca Records head Neil Bogart stepped in to produce their next album. Trading in the rawer sound of KISS and Hotter Than Hell for a cleaner, produced sound with Dressed To Kill. The album included two important songs in the group's career; 'C'mon And Love Me,' their first big radio hit, and 'Rock And Roll All Nite,' which became their first hit single. In 1975, they released the live album Alive!, a lion's share recorded at Detroit's Cobo Hall. The album was a huge success. Following it, the group decided to expand their musical horizons and make a more venturesome album. The result was Destroyer, KISS' most commercially successful album, which included the hits 'Beth', 'Detroit Rock City,' and 'Shout It Out Loud.'

Destroyer (1976), Music from the Elder (1981) and Revenge (1992) were produced by Bob Ezrin. The first two were concept albums, with the former being less conspicuously so. Ezrin's production on Music from The Elder is clearly similar to his work on Pink Floyd's The Wall, released two years earlier. As an example, compare the ethereal arpeggios of Pink Floyd's 'Comfortably Numb' with KISS' 'Under The Rose'.

KISS is dedicated to numerous Veterans Organizations including The Wounded Warriors Project, The USO, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce “Hire A Hero” program, The Legacy Organization in Australia, Help For Heroes United Kingdom and The Dr. Pepper Snapple Groups Wounded Warriors Support Foundations.

The KISS legacy continues to grow generation after generation, transcending age, race, and creed. The unparalleled devotion and loyalty of the KISS Army to the "Hottest Band in the World" is a striking testament to the band's unbreakable bond with its fans.

  • ROOM & CONCERT PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE!
  • Show Time: 8:00 PM (Nevada Time)
  • Includes hotel accommodations for two nights and includes all taxes and fees!
  • Two tickets to the concert - Packages start at $348.00 for two.
  • Complimentary Round-Trip Transportation will be provided to and from Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino
  • Please call Reservations to book your Room & Concert Package: 1.800.227.3849
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  • ROOM & CONCERT PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE!
  • Show Time: 8:00 PM (Nevada Time)
  • Includes hotel accommodations for two nights and includes all taxes and fees!
  • Two tickets to the concert - Packages start at $348.00 for two.
  • Complimentary Round-Trip Transportation will be provided to and from Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino
  • Please call Reservations to book your Room & Concert Package: 1.800.227.3849

Please call Reservations - Toll-Free: 1-800-227-3849

Included in your Room & Concert Package: Room for two nights - Two tickets to the concert $348.00 - All Taxes and Fees are included in the package price.
Complimentary Transportation to and from the Laughlin Event Center. Must be 21 years of age to check-in.
(Adults are welcome to bring children to the concert. Tickets are required for each person attending please).