KISS have invited 12 members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to join them on their upcoming Australian tour (Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane only) for a special 30-minute encore performance of the KISS Symphony concert which was documented on a live DVD and CD last year.

GRINSPOON and MACHINE GUN FELLATIO have been confirmed as the opening acts for the tour, which is scheduled to kick off May 8 in Perth.

KISS Australian tour dates:

May 08 Perth, AUS @ WACA
May 11 - Adelaide, AUS @ Entertainment Centre
May 13 - Melbourne, AUS @ Rod Laver Arena*
May 17 - Sydney, AUS @ SuperDome*
May 20 - Brisbane, AUS @ Entertainment Centre*

* featuring the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

KISS' 2004 tour is expected to feature Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley alongside non-original members Tommy Thayer (guitar) and Eric Singer (drums).


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