KISS has done a lot in its 45+ years of playing and touring, but they've never done this - a performance for Great White Sharks.
Next month, as KISS is on what they say will be their final tour (I believe them this time, I just don't want to), the band will play numerous venues in Australia. But one show on November 18th will be especially unique.
They'll do a set in Port Lincoln, off the southern coast of Australia. The city is known as "The Seafood Capital of Australia" so it's the perfect place to perform for seafood and sea creatures, right?
So, on November 18th, KISS will play on a glass-bottomed boat in the ocean, with a select group of human passengers in the audience. Band members and passengers will be able to look down to see if KISS' music, which will be pumped into the water through special speakers, will attract sharks.
Would "Rock N Roll All Nite" or "I Was Made For Lovin' You" bring them towards the boat? Or will they chill to the sound of "Beth"? We'll find out. Maybe a showing of Jaws beforehand will really get things going! Here's more details:
Your chance to reserve a spot starts on Monday, October 14th at 5pm. Might be worth the trip!
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