According to KissKollector.com, "word from Down Under has it that the official opening of [the KISS store] KISSWorld next month in, or close to, Melbourne will turn into a very special event. During the Australian tour in May, there was already a rumor going around Down Under that there was going to be a one off concert at a local theater to celebrate the opening in September. Right now it's expected that at least Paul [Stanley] and Gene [Simmons] will show up for the opening, but a new rumor has it that there's still a possibility for a performance that night by the entire band. The opening date that is being whispered now is September 21, which is a Tuesday and the same night TV show 'Rove Live' airs on Australian television. Previously a rumor had it the opening of KISSWorld would be aired live on 'Rove Live', so it all sounds pretty likely…"
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