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KISS Are Playing A Concert For Great White Sharks

KISS will play the first ever concert for great white sharks and we have no idea what’s real any more

Yes, you read that headline correctly. Arena-monsters KISS will be swapping their fire for water next month as they play the first-ever show for great white sharks. Yes, actual real-life sharks.

As you can see in the promotional clip below, KISS will be playing in the middle of the Indian Ocean to an audience of finned friends, and you can actually watch it happen underwater with your own eyes.

Taking place off the southern coast of Australia, members of the KISS Army will be able to board a cruise that takes them along the coastline, then out into the deep waters – where Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and co. will rock out on the surface to attract the sharks below.

Speakers will be placed in the water with the amps cranked up to 11, and as the heavy vibrations from Detroit Rock City and God Of Thunder blast out into the deep blue, it will attract the ocean’s deadliest predators. 

You can watch it all unfold from a glass bottom boat, hopefully catching a glimpse of the toothiest mosh pit on the planet.

It takes place on November 18 in Port Lincoln, Australia. 100 per cent of proceeds will go to World Animal Protection. Book your place and find out more information here.

If you don’t fancy making the trip to Australia, KISS will play their final ever UK show next year at Download festival on June 12 – 14. Get your tickets now.

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Posted on October 4th 2019, 12:01p.m.
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