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KISS Rocks Vegas Available On Demand


Legendary rockers KISS are no strangers to stage and screen. Last month the band debuted a brand new concert film and documentary called KISS Rocks Vegas.

 The movie focuses on the band’s 2014 residency at the Vegas Hard Rockkiss sq Hotel & Casino and premiered in theaters across the U.S. on May 25th.

For those fans that didn’t catch the flick yet, as of next week you will be able to enjoy the movie at home or on your mobile device when the movie will be webcast via TourGigs.com starting Tuesday, June 14th, at 8 p.m. ET.

On the day, the pay-per-view event will cost you $14.95, and once the initial stream has ended you can catch the film on demand until July 14th.

KISS Rocks Vegas takes you right into the belly of the band’s chaotic stage show, and focuses on the group’s nine-show Las Vegas residency that took place in November 2014.

As well as all the pyrotechnics, fake blood, and over the top glam, it’s the behind the scenes footage and interviews that make this movie a must for all the KISS diehards.

In related KISS news, the band recently announced its Freedom to Rock Tour. The tour kicks off on July 4th in Tucson, Arizona, and runs till September 10th ending in Huntington, West Virginia.

Check out the full list of dates below:

Kiss Summer 2016 Freedom to Rock Tour

7/07 — Boise, Idaho — Taco Bell Arena

7/09 — Eugene, Ore. — Matthew Knight Arena

7/10 — Kennewick, Wash. — Toyota Center

7/15 — Spokane, Wash. — Spokane Arena

7/16 — Bozeman, Mont. — Breeden Fieldhouse

7/18 — Colorado Springs, Colo. — World Arena

7/20 — Independence, Mo. — Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

7/22 — Lincoln, Neb. — Pinnacle Bank Arena

7/23 — Springfield, Mo. — JQH Arena

7/25 — Wichita, Kan. — Intrust Bank Arena

7/27 — Sioux City, Iowa — Tyson Events Center

7/29 — Cheyenne, Wyo. — Cheyenne Frontier Days

7/30 — Minot, N.D. — North Dakota State Fair

8/01 — Mankato, Minn. — Verizon Wireless Center

8/03 — Duluth, Minn. — Amsoil Arena

8/05 — Moline, Ill. — iWireless Arena

8/06 — La Crosse, Wis. — La Crosse Center

8/08 — Milwaukee, Wis. — BMo. Harris Bradley Center

8/10 — Green Bay, Wis. — Resch Center

8/12 — Fort Wayne, Ind. — Allen County Memorial Coliseum

8/13 — Grand Rapids, Mich. — Van Andel Arena

8/15 — Saginaw, Mich. — Dow Event Center

8/17 — Springfield, Ill. — Illinois State Fair

8/20 — Rockford, Ill. — BMo. Harris Bank Center

8/22 — Dayton, Ohio — Nutter Center

8/24 — Toledo, Ohio — Huntington Center

8/26 — Youngstown, Ohio — Covelli Centre

8/27 — Erie, Pa. — Erie Insurance Arena

8/29 — Rochester, N.Y. — Blue Cross Arena

8/30 — State College, Pa. — Bryce Jordan Center

9/01 — Allentown, Pa. — Great Allentown Fair

9/03 — Worcester, Mass. — DCU Center

9/04 — Portland, Maine — Cross Insurance Arena

9/07 — Bridgeport, Ct. — Webster Bank Arena

9/09 — Richmond, Va. — Richmond Coliseum

9/10 — Huntington, W.V. — Big Sandy Arena

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