LTVNews.com has issued the following report:
The rock band KISS is coming to Sault Ste. Marie Michigan this summer, LTVNEWS has confirmed.
KISS will kick off their concert tour featuring original members from the '80'\s band at the Sault Michigan establishment.
Kewadin Casino told LTVNEWS Tuesday, the band has been booked for a one-time show July 21, 2006 for an outdoor concert.
On a slight technicality, it should be noted that the date is tentative, as Kewadin officials told LTV that the contract has not yet been officially signed.
However, once everything is official, 10,000 tickets will be sold for this blockbuster event.
Information regarding purchase of tickets will be announced by Kiwedin within the next week, Kiwedin officials say.
The headliner band is one of up to four big acts Kewadin Casino is looking at for the busy summer concert series.
No ticket prices have been announced as of yet.
Other fairly big names coming up to the Michigan Sault based casino include, RICHARD MARX on February 25 and TOTO scheduled for July 6.
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