Don’t miss KISS at the San Diego Sports Arena

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KISS Performance (Photo from 'Lokomotive74' via Wikimedia)

Photo from 'Lokomotive74' via Wikimedia

Mark your calendars for November 27th Kiss fans, because that is when the band will be performing live at the San Diego Sports Arena. The Kiss Alive/35 Tour is set to kick off September 25th in Detroit, traveling all throughout the US and Canada, and conclude in Dallas on December 6th. Buckcherry will be the opening act on tour.

As of now, ticket sales are TBA so check back later to purchase online from their site. If seeing them perform live isn’t enough for you, there is a new “Meet and Greet” experience package, which includes meeting the band members and having your photo taken with them, along with other memorabilia and a seat within the first 5 rows.  However, this will cost you $995, according to Kiss’ Web site. For those of us who don’t have that kind of cash, regular tickets range from $25-$128 each. But if you are a die hard fan and wish to sit in the first 12 rows you can purchase a “premium reserved ticket “ at $295 per seat.

The tour is meant to celebrate their 35 year history as a band and to promote their new album “Sonic Boom,” a 3-CD set that will feature a completely re-recorded greatest hits CD, a live DVD shot on tour recently in Argentina and the band’s first album of new studio material in 11 years. Sonic Boom is set to drop on October 6th for $12 a copy, available only at Wal Mart and Sam’s Club. More information can be seen on Kiss’ site at

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