KISS' STANLEY And SIMMONS To Act As Grand Marshalls Of New York's Village Halloween Parade

KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley will be the grand marshals of the 33rd annual New York's Village Halloween Parade, which will be held Tuesday, October 31 at 7 p.m on 6th Avenue south of Spring Street and above Canal. Paul and Gene will appear on a KISS Float in full costume and makeup.

New York's Village Halloween Parade is the nation's largest public Halloween celebration, attended by over two million people and seen by over four million on TV! See the parade live on NY1 television and nationally on in-demand hi-def TV.

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As previously reported, KISS members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will make a "surprise "visit to the MTV show "Total Request Live" on October 31 to promote the "Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977" DVD collection. They will appear in makeup and full costume!

KISS, VH1 and MTV want the KISS fans there in the "TRL" pit area, which is the area outside right in front of the window. They are requesting fans also come decked out in makeup and if possible costumes. After their appearance on "TRL", Paul and Gene will come down to the pit before leaving. Stanley and Simmons will be also at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square on October 31 to sign copies of "Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977". The autograph session begins at 11 p.m., but only those who buy a copy of "Kissology" at the Times Square location that day will get a wristband allowing them into the meet-and-greet.

"Kissology: Volume One" is a two-DVD set with six hours of live footage, including four complete shows and rare and unreleased material from the band's early history with the original lineup of Stanley, Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss. Volumes Two and Three will be released next year.


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