Kiss’ stay in Las Vegas has been canceled

KISS 'stay in Las Vegas has been canceled

KISS‘s second stay in Las Vegas has been canceled. Tickets for the legendary rockers’ involvement in the Zappos Theater on Planet Hollywood, which is scheduled to be launched at the end of December, have been taken down from Caesars Entertainment /Ticketmaster link and fans who have already purchased tickets via Ticketmaster has been informed that the shows are no longer taking place.

Representatives of the Zappos Theater have told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that ticket providers will contact buyers with refund information.

According to Las Vegas Review Journal author John Katsilometes, “soft ticket sales” is reportedly the reason the run has been canceled.

The following 12 shows have been canceled:

December 2021: 29., 31

January 2022: 1, 19, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29

February 2022: 2, 4, 5

The legendary rockers previously established a store in Sin City in November 2014 at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel And Casino. The nine-show race was caught for “Kiss Rocks Vegas” DVD and Blu-ray sets, which arrived in August 2016.

Earlier this month KISS bassist / vocalist Gene Simmons talked to Beond TV about what fans could expect to see this time. “We hired a large technical staff, and to the extent the concert facility allows us, we will blow the roof off the collection,” he said. “There will be things that will be lifted and separated – in other words, the show is coming to the audience. I will not say too much about it. So no matter where you are, even in the upper areas and stuff like that, the show is going to “You usually get shows on stage. You want to see what I mean.”

Asked by Rolling Stone what brought KISS back to Las Vegas for another stay, Simmons said: “There are heart matters, and then there are matters about the pocket, and it’s nice when they both meet. So it’s a very nice pay day. They pay well, and that’s reason enough. But it’s also easier for the band. , because one has not not worn out by traveling. “

In terms of what kind of production the residency would have, and whether it would be scaled down or on a par with the tour show, Gene told 95.5 KLOS‘s “New and approved” show: “The plus side of Vegas is that now the culture of Vegas has changed, so it welcomes punk bands and rap and all sorts of things and lets them make their art their way, instead of saying that Vegas is about showgirls and magicians and things like that, yes, that’s it, but it’s also about other artists, comedians and people who come in – Mike Tyson had a talk show there; he is a friend. If they do not tell you what the rules are, you make the rules. You can come in and do it your way. So that’s exactly what we want to do. We will be KISS, because that’s all we know how to do. THAT [ROLLING] STONE already exists, and [LED] ZEPPELIN already existed, so it’s not a good idea to do the next best thing. But we can be the best KISS, and that’s what we want to do when we come in and play New Year’s Eve right there on Planet Hollywood, and we’re doing a lot of shows through January. and February. And our good friends the fire department promised in a way to expand the boundaries of what you can do indoors, and it will be safe. If you’re an asshole and do not want to wear a mask and be safe and do those things, you will not be allowed to enter. We want to keep everyone safe, responsible and have the best party in the world. “

KISS is in the middle of it “The end of the road” farewell tour, which was originally scheduled to end on July 17, 2021 in New York City, but which is now expected to last well into 2022.

KISS‘s current lineup consists of original members Simmons and Paul Stanley (guitar, vocals), along with later band additions, guitarist Tommy Thayer (since 2002) and drummer Erik Singer (to and from since 1991).

Formed in 1973 by Stanley, Simmons, drummer Peter Criss and lead guitarist Ace Frehley, KISS staged his first “goodbye” tour in 2000, the last with the group’s original lineup.

(Thanks: The Music Room)



Published in:


To comment on one
history or review, you must be logged in to an active personal account on Facebook. Once logged in, you will be able to comment. User comments or posts do not reflect the point of view
does not endorse or guarantee the accuracy of any user comment. To report spam or any abuse, obscene, defamatory, racist, homophobic or threatening comments or anything that may violate applicable laws, use the “Report to Facebook” and “Mark as spam” links that appear next to The comments themselves. To do so, click the down arrow in the upper right corner of the Facebook comment (the arrow is invisible until you scroll across it) and select the appropriate action. You can also send an email to blabbermouthinbox (@) with relevant details.
reserves the right to “hide” comments that may be considered offensive, illegal or inappropriate, and to “prohibit” users from violating the site’s terms of service. Hidden comments will still be shown to the user and to the user’s Facebook friends. If a new comment is published by a “forbidden” user or contains a blacklisted word, that comment will automatically have limited visibility (the “forbidden” user’s comments will only be visible to the user and the user’s Facebook friends).

Leave a Comment