KISS Rocks Las Vegas

KISS performed Friday night (October 26) at a private event for the Entrepreneurs' Organization at the Beach at Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Entrepreneurs' Organization is a global community of business owners, all of whom run companies that exceed $1 million (U.S.) in revenue.

Over 1,500 business owners rocked from the opening of "Deuce" through the ending of "Rock and Roll All Nite" as KISS tore through a 17-song set. The atmosphere was reminiscent of a spring break party with many attendees standing in the pool that surrounded the stage, singing along to each song as beach balls flew through the air.

KISS' setlist was as follows:

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01. Deuce
02. Shout It Out Loud
03. Makin' Love
04. Calling Dr. Love
05. Lick It Up
06. I Love It Loud
07. Do You Love Me?
08. Firehouse
09. Heaven's On Fire
10. Christine Sixteen
11. I Was Made For Lovin' You
12. God Of Thunder
13. Let Me Go, Rock & Roll
14. Love Gun
15. Black Diamond
16. Detroit Rock City
17. Rock and Roll All Nite

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