KISS Announce Las Vegas Show

KISS will perform a very special show in the intimate setting of the Rain In The Desert (capacity: 1,600) inside The Palms Casino Resort at 4321 W. Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, March 16. Tickets will go on sale at, and all Ticketmaster outlets at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25. Tickets will also be available at Stuff inside the Palms Casino Resort. To charge by phone, call (702) 474-4000. All tickets are subject to service and/or convenience charges. Tickets are priced at $125 and $300. For additional show information, please visit

As previously reported, KISS — who have grossed more than $60 million from their 2000-2001 "Farewell" tour — will join the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for a one-off Feb. 28 concert at the city's 48,000-capacity Telestra Dome. The group have also scheduled a March 11-13 stand at Tokyo's Budokan Hall.


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