KISS will rock the Global Event Center stage at WinStar World Casino & Resort in Thackerville, OK on February 24, 2017!
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General public tickets go on sale: Friday, September 2nd.
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By Dave Richards / www.goerie.com/
By Guy D'Atolfo / www.vindy.com
Photo by Keith Leroux
It was the storm before the calm.
KISS kicked off back-to-back major concerts at Covelli Centre Friday night with a show that was as dazzling as billed. Fireballs shot from the stage, explosions shook the hall, and a giant screen was lit up like the Vegas strip.
Things should be more subdued tonight at the arena when pop legend Lionel Richie performs. Tonight’s show is sold out, and KISS’ concert was just a few seats shy.
When it comes to KISS, it’s never boring. The Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame band delivers a concert like a blockbuster superhero film. It’s about holding nothing back.
A few fans got in on the act, wearing the recognizable face paint of their favorite band member.
The all-ages crowd might have skewed toward the 40s to 60s set, but there were a lot of parents and kids, too — a testament to KISS’ timeless act, and its ability to unite generations.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers deliver rock 'n' roll spectacle
By BJ Lisko / www.cantonrep.com
KISS frontman Paul Stanley sauntered his way to the microphone with the trademark Starchild strut. The 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were approaching the end of their near capacity concert Friday night at Youngstown’s Covelli Centre.
“What you hear is all four of us,” Stanley said. “There are no tracks here, ’cause we’re a rock ’n’ roll band.”
The KISS Army attended in full force to see the iconic theatrical group blow off multiple pyrotechnics, fireballs and confetti as well as breathe fire, spit blood and fly up and through the arena in what is still arguably the best live rock show going. Underneath the wildly entertaining spectacle, however, was as Stanley said: A rock ’n’ roll band, and a very good one at that.