KISS, AEROSMITH Lining Up Fall Arena Dates

KISS and AEROSMITH are finalizing plans to follow their summer tour of outdoor venues with a run of arena dates this fall, according to

The new arena leg will comprise about 20 shows starting Oct. 24-25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The two bands stand to gross up to $46 million this summer from the initial 35 dates and another $25 million from the subsequent arena run. The tour could also move into international markets next year, according to KISS manager Doc McGhee.

"We're talking about Australia and Europe next summer, but we've got to do this summer first. If everybody gets along and has fun, I'm sure it could continue," he said.

The KISS/AEROSMITH summer tour will kick off on August 2 in Hartford, Connecticut. Support at the dates will come from SALIVA and the PORCH GHOULS.


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