It's Official: KISS To Reprise 'Alive!' Album At Cobo Arena September Shows

KISS' official web site,, has been updated with the following message:

"The KISS Army has spoken! By overwhelming fan demand, KISS has just added a second special KISS Alive 35 concert at Detroit Rock City's legendary concert venue, Cobo Arena. Following the incredible response to the previously announced show on Friday, September 25, in which tickets sold out at a feverish rate, a second KISS date has been added on Saturday, September 26.

"The legendary venue, a Motor City institution that is slated for closure, has hosted KISS concerts on numerous occasions, not the least of which was the series of shows that were recorded to become the KISS 'Alive!' album. The band will come full circle to reprise that classic recording at these September shows, this time returning with brand new staging, costumes, pyro and more.

"Meet-and-greet packages as well as VIP ticket packages will also be available."

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