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Kiss Announce Historic Whisky A Go Go Club Date


It has been announced that Kiss will play their first club show in 20 years and will mark it by making their first-ever appearance at the Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles on Feb. 11th.

This will be a strictly private event that will only be open to SiriusXM subscribers. The event also ties in with the launch of the band’s Kiss Army Radio channel on the SiriusXM network, it will run from Feb. 4thto Feb. 17th. For those of you who can’t get tickets to the historic event at the Whisky, you can hear the concert on Feb. 12th via the band’s channel, and catch an encore performance of the gig on Howard Stern’s channel on Feb. 15th.

The show at the Whisky is in conjunction with SiriusXM’s “The Party Continues” set of concerts, which are set to follow the Grammys on Feb. 10th. So, how do you get tickets?

SiriusXM says at their website: “This exclusive SiriusXM event will mark KISS’ first-ever appearance at this intimate, iconic venue as they celebrate 45 years of rocking & rolling all night… and partying every day!

One Grand Prize Winner will receive a trip for two to Los Angeles for SiriusXM Presents KISS “Rock and Roll Over LA” at the Whisky a Go Go on Monday, February 11, including round trip airfare, hotel accommodations and two tickets to this exclusive performance!

This very special performance will air on the band’s exclusive limited-run SiriusXM channel, KISS Army Radio, channel 30, and on the SiriusXM app, but this is your chance to be there!”

Kiss will have already kicked off their End of the Road farewell tour by the time they hit the stage at the Whisky. Their tour launches on Jan. 31st at the Rogers Arena, Vancouver, with the curtain coming down on Dec. 3rd at the Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand.



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