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KISS

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KISS is an American rock band formed in New York City. Well known for its members' face paint and flamboyant stage outfits, the group rose to prominence in the mid to late 1970s on the basis of their elaborate live performances, which featured fire breathing, blood spitting, smoking guitars, shooting rockets, levitating drum kits and pyrotechnics.

Concerts

Eventsort descending Date Venue City Region Country
Argent 03/23/1974 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Blue Öyster Cult 04/27/1974 Passaic Capitol Theatre Passaic New Jersey USA
Casablanca Records Show 02/18/1974 Century Plaza Hotel Los Angeles California USA
Fleetwood Mac 01/26/1974 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Jo Jo Gunne 02/01/1975 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica California USA
KISS 09/24/1980 Palais des Sports de Gerland Lyon Rhône-Alpes France
KISS 05/25/1990 Met Center Bloomington Minnesota USA
KISS 03/04/1984 Stanley Theatre Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
KISS 05/03/1974 Ambassador Theater St. Louis Missouri USA
KISS 12/14/1984 Richfield Coliseum Richfield Ohio USA
KISS 02/06/1976 St. Louis Arena St. Louis Missouri USA
KISS 03/21/1988 Salt Palace Salt Lake City Utah USA
KISS 10/27/1974 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
KISS 07/11/1974 West Palm Beach Auditorium West Palm Beach Florida USA
KISS 12/07/1977 The Checkerdome St. Louis Missouri USA
KISS 12/08/1974 Roberts Municipal Stadium Evansville Indiana USA
KISS 07/05/1990 New Haven Coliseum New Haven Connecticut USA
KISS 10/19/1975 Orlando Sports Stadium Orlando Florida USA
KISS 02/08/1986 Cow Palace Daly City California USA
KISS 07/18/1974 Alex Cooley's Electric Ballroom Atlanta Georgia USA
KISS 01/09/1977 Levitt Arena Wichita Kansas USA
KISS 11/22/1977 Freeman Coliseum San Antonio Texas USA
KISS 11/07/1975 McDonald Gym Beaumont Texas USA
KISS 11/15/1975 Illinois National Guard Armory Rockford Illinois USA
KISS 03/16/1986 Veterans Memorial Auditorium Des Moines Iowa USA

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