KISS have added a second show at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Barbara County in California on July 28. The band will also perform at the same venue on July 26.Much like the Palms show back in 2003, the two intimate, no-frills concerts will allow KISS to flex its musical muscle! "It's a chance for us to just show people who and what we are musically," stated Gene Simmons. Paul Stanley added, "We just couldn't pass up an opportunity where we could play such a cool intimate show. This will be a lot of fun especially right after playing the big festivals in Japan!" Tickets for both shows are priced from $155.00 to $235.00 and will be available by visiting the Chumash Casino Resort Box Office or by calling StarTicketsPlus at 1-800-585-3737. The Chumash Casino Resort is located in Santa Barbara County, California, between Los Angeles and San Francisco, in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley wine country. Visit their website at www.chumashcasino.com for directions and other info on the Resort.
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