Here's KISS & KISS ARMY Perth tonight at Perth Arena.
Photo by Dean Snowden
KISS kicked off the Australian leg of their 40th anniversary world tour on Saturday with an electric performance in Perth.
Dressed in their signature face paint, the band performed a roll of hits at the city's arena, with Gene Simmons taking centre stage.
He was joined by band mates Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer, with the quartet donning typically outlandish costumes for the show.
Saturday's performance marks the beginning of the Australian leg of their tour which will see the band put on eight sows across the country and in New Zealand.
It will conclude when their KISS Cruise sets sail later this month.
Earlier this week frontman Gene Simmons appeared on The Project to tell of his excitement at returning to Australia as part of the tour.
KISS IS EVERYWHERE!
Here's KISS on the cover of Xpress Magazine Perth, Australia.
Get your face paint out Australia and New Zealand because Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer have arrived Down Under!
KISS' 40th Anniversary World Tour rocks Perth Arena tonight!
Ready for a stage production called ‘The Spider’, moved by 38 computer controlled winches, featuring 220 automated lights, weighing in at 43,000 kgs, incorporating 900 pieces of pyrotechnics and powered by 400,000 watts of sound?
October 3 PERTH Arena
October 6 ADELAIDE Entertainment Centre
October 8 MELBOURNE Rod Laver Arena
October 9 MELBOURNE Rod Laver Arena
October 10 SYDNEY AllPhones Arena
October 12 NEWCASTLE Entertainment Centre
October 13 BRISBANE Entertainment Centre
October 16 AUCKLAND Vector Arena