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My son bought tickets, first time he saw Kiss, they rocked, love the light show, I was on feet the whole night, I was on the verge of tears, as it took me back to my teenage years, thank you so much for the rocking show, much Love❤️
Dave from Hartford, Connecticut
KISS STILL THE ONE AFTER 46 YEARS
I went to Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Ct. with my girlfriend's younger sister. Her 1st and my 34th time since 1975. Was over the top with pyrotechnics and various lifts. Lighting is so professional. I could see that show 10 times over and never be bored. Great show guys and your musical variations are great. It has been great to be part of your Kisstory and yes at 60, I'm a KISS Army fan.
Aaron from Hartford, Connecticut
Kiss delivered despite the speculationof lips inking and other negatively from the pundants. I have to say the show was worth every penny.
Steve from Boston, Massachusetts
First time I seen the band was at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston 1975. They were incredible that show and did not disappoint last night. The selection of music and props were excellent. Too bad this will end some day. Never would have thought I would be attending a concert with a band that I had seen over 40 years ago. They still have it and should have made the HOF a lot sooner.
Bagger from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
KISS GOING STRONG
KIss at Wells Fargo Center, Philly.
Show was exactly what you should expect from KIss. Face Melting Pyro, Eardrum punishing volume, Chest compressing explosions, Eyeball blinding lazers and lights. The band had great energy and it they delivered a performance that was over the top, solidifying the night in our memories as one for the ages... THIS IS HOW YOU GO OUT!! ON TOP, delivering that special sauce to the fans who adore KISS. Was amazed as just how the KIss Experience spans the ages.. the show was sold out. Age ranges spanned the full spectrum young to old. KISS is rock and roll and this show will not disappoint!!
Angie M. from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
KISS ALIVE PHILADELPHIA!!!
What a send off Kiss gave to Philly last night! From killer pyro technics, floating/rising stages, and balloons/streamers, this band rocked! Music was loud and songs had the crowd singing and moving. If you know Kiss' music, you will rock to all the songs.
I cannot tell you how happy I am to have attended this farewell event. Last time I saw Kiss was at the Salt Palace in 1986 and power blew out in opening song, Detroit Rock City and everyone was told to leave.
Kiss will not disappoint! If you are a fan and have not seen them live, I would strongly recommend you go and see before they end this final tour.
Bill Uhring from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DISAPPOINTED BUT BAND ROCKED
Let me first say I am a huge KiSS fan. Saw them so many times i cant even remember. The band was great . But, I was very disappointed in that the event was somewhat cut short. Start time was 730 and nothing happened until 845 I believe. Ushers had said there was supposed to be a movie about KISS played, but nothing. A 730 start put you in your seat at 715ish. So for 90 minutes we sat there listening to music the "Celebration" and what not. The "hold" music sucked for a KISS concert. But the fact that we dropped almost 400 on tickets and another 200 on drinks, food and shirts, sucks for the show we got. If the band didnt start till 845, say that and I would have been there at 845. Not 715. It was terribly produced prior to KISS starting. Again, show was great. KISS was awesome. Not sure if the KISS production dropped the ball or PPG arena. Either way, the night draaaggged until the show started. A 90 minute buzz kill before the show started. .
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