As far as rock bands go, there are few more iconic than these guys, and interest in Kiss tickets has remained high for some fifty years or more since they first made an impact on the music scene. Famed for their live act, it's no surprise that their tour dates sell out in seconds, but thankfully, with SeatPick, you need not miss this American behemoth when they go out on the road.
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Kiss were formed in 1972 in New York having previously been known as Wicked Lester. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley teamed up with Peter Criss and Ace Frehley in the original lineup of the band, who released their debut studio album in 1974.
Their self-titled opener did relatively well and was followed up by Hotter Than Hell in the same year, and Dressed to Kill followed in 1975 as the band produced at a prolific rate.
Destroyer proved a critical success and spawned a string of successful singles, including Rock and Roll All Nite, Shout It Out Loud, and Detroit Rock City tracks that are still staples of the band's live shows today.
1977's Love Gun proved to be the band's first major album success, reaching number four on the US Billboard Album charts and selling over a million copies in the United States alone.
Their Dynasty album also performed well and saw their I Was Made for Lovin' You single chart well globally.
Kiss experienced a renewed level of success across the world in the 1980s with their massive hit Crazy Crazy Nights doing incredibly well.
1984's Animalize included the popular band track Heaven's on Fire.
After eleven years without a release, Kiss put out their nineteenth album, Sonic Boom, and it reached number two on the Billboard charts. Their 20th album followed in 2012, with Monster also selling well, and the band continued to sell out big tours.
To celebrate their 40th anniversary, the band performed 93 shows on a world tour that saw Def Leppard offer more than capable support.
The band has gone through a number of changes, with the only constants proving to be Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, with key members Criss and Frehley no longer involved with the group.
Kiss have sold over 75 million records around the world and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
Kiss events are truly spectacular, and they originate from an age when the show was everything. As such, live concerts are an occasion fans of the band will not want to miss.
The spectacle of a Kiss concert includes amazing pyrotechnics, smoking guitars, a fair amount of face paint, and, above all else, an incredible musical display by a band that has honed its art over the past five decades.
All in all the show is close to heaven for true rock and roll aficionados and not one to miss.
The band's End of the Road World Tour saw the band play an astonishing 250 dates over the course of four years, playing to massive crowds around the world and fans of the band wanting to make sure they get Kiss tickets for their next tour dates just need to keep an eye on SeatPick.
Highlights of the End of the Road World Tour included dates at the Palm Desert in California and their shows at the Tokyo Dome and at the world-famous Donnington Park in England.
We provide a wide variety of ticketing options for all Kiss live shows, and these will be available on our site the moment an event is announced.
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Kiss ticket prices on the resale market can vary depending on number of factors such as the availability at the box office, the size of the stadium and the timing of the purchase. Typically tickets to watch Kiss play at home resell for an average of €148. Normally, when Kiss plays, the cheapest ticket will usually cost about €39 on average.
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