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Ahoy KISS!

11:01 AM Monday 5/16/11 | |

You can rock n’ roll all night and party every day on the first ever “KISS Kruise” set for the fall.

  • KISS

    Epicenter 2010, Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif.
    September 25, 2010

    (Kelly A. Swift)

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Heading for ports of call Half Moon Cay and Nassau, Bahamas, “The KISS Kruise: Wild, Wet & Rockin’” features the legendary band performing in an intimate indoor venue as well as playing an acoustic (no makeup) “Sail Away Concert” as the Carnival Destiny sails out of Miami Oct. 13, returning Oct. 17.

The KISS Kruise also features plenty of onboard activities, including costume contests, KISS-themed nights and more.  If the video embedded below is any indication, KISS fans are very, very excited about the Kruise.

If the video embedded below is any indication, KISS fans are very, very excited about the Kruise.

Presented by Sixthman, the same folks who brought you April’s Kid Rock Cruise, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man Cruise” and the “VH1 Best Cruise Ever” with Train, Lifehouse, Colbie Caillat and The Script, a presale is underway for members of the KISS Army Fan Club via the band's website now through May 22. What! Not a member of the KISS Army? No problem. You can still join up at KISSOnline.com.

The public on-sale is June 8. For more information, visit TheKISSKruise.com when it launches May 18.


Comments

  1. Kinks wrote:

    01:45 PM, May 16, 2011

    just watched the video. Knew the Kiss cupcakes were a bad idea...