Original KISS drummer Peter Criss will make his first appearance in almost 20 years at the New Jersey KISS Expo, set to take place on September 8 at the New Jersey Convention And Exposition Center in Edison, New Jersey.
According to KissAsylum.com, this will be one of your last chances to meet "the Catman." Sources tell the site Peter has decided to retire from signing and attending autograph events by next year. To give the fans one last hurrah, Peter will provide special "One-On-One With The Catman" meet-and-greet packages which include autographs, a photo with Peter, exclusive event merchandise, and most of all, the opportunity to do all this with Peter in an intimate, one-on-one environment where you can have your items signed and speak to him personally in a private room, away from the crowds and lines outside.
Criss will join Bruce and Bob Kulick as well as many other guests at this year's event.
Standard tickets are $20 in advance.
Since 1986, the New Jersey KISS Expo has been the premier fan-run KISS event of the world and this year will be the biggest and best lineup of any KISS expo ever.
Visit NJKissExpo.com for more information.
Photo courtesy of PeterCriss.net
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