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Few bands have more passionate fans than Kiss from New York. Next year will return to Norway.
Everything has an end – this applies even to such a legendary rock band as KISS, who will be celebrating their 50th anniversary next year, says the press release from organizer Live nation. The place is Kaldnes Vest, Slottsfjell’s festival area in Tønsberg, and the time is Saturday 15 July 2023.
The band released their debut album in 1973 and were for a time among the world’s most talked about bands. Few were bigger in Scandinavia than Kiss in the late 70s and early 80s.
Perhaps you recently heard a cover version of the band’s “Crazy, Crazy Nights” in a commercial for a grocery store on a TV near you? Or sang along to “I Was made for Loving You”?
The line-up today consists of founders Pauol DStanley and Gene Simons, as well as drummer Eric Singer and guitarist Tommy Thayer. The last two have divided the fans a bit as they perform with the masks of Peter Criss and Ace Frehley.
According to the band, the tour that returns to Norway will be their last tour. However, evil tongues have pointed out that Kiss already ended their “Farewell Tour” in 2001.
Tickets go on sale Thursday 8 December at 10.00.