KISS Performs To 20,000 In Moscow; Photos, Videos Footage Available
According to a posting on the KISS fan site KissNews.de, close to 20,000 people saw KISS performing in Moscow yesterday (Saturday, May 24) with all their special effects except the platform where the band was lifted down at the beginning of the show. The ticket prices were extremely high (100 euros and more), but there were more people at the concert than at OZZY OSBOURNE or AEROSMITH. They played 128 minutes the same setlist as the previous show in Riga. Because of the big success of the tour, the band supposedly wants to come back to Europe again next year (similar to the 1996/97 Reunion tour)."
Check out photos from the concert at Darkside.
Fan-filmed video footage of the "Parasite" performance can be viewed below.
KISS' setlist was as follows:
03. Got To Choose
04. Hotter Than Hell
06. Nothin' To Lose
07. C'mon & Love Me
09. She + Tommy Thayer solo
10. Watchin' You
11. Rock Bottom
12. 100.000 Years + Eric Singer solo
13. Cold Gin
14. Let Me Go, Rock & Roll
15. Black Diamond
16. Rock and Roll All Nite
17. Shout It Out Loud
18. Lick It Up / Won't Get Fooled Again
19. Gene solo + I Love It Loud
20. I Was Made For Lovin' You
21. Love Gun
22. Detroit Rock City
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