List of Kiss Concert Tours

List Of Kiss Concert Tours

This is a listing of concert tours and notable concerts by the American band Kiss.

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List Of Kiss Concert Tours - Notable Concerts
... Los Angeles, CA The band made their first TV appearance, taping a performance for Dick Clark's In Concert ... School – Cadillac, MI At the invitation of the Cadillac High School football team, Kiss played a highly publicized concert ... August 20, 1976 Anaheim Stadium – Anaheim, CA Kiss played to a crowd of 42,987, the largest American audience of the band's career ...

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