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Could KISS be heading to Sin City?

Could KISS be heading to Sin City?

KISS:The rockers appear to be headed for the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Photo: Associated Press

Rockers KISS are set to become the latest act to play a set of shows in Las Vegas if signs dotted around Sin City are to be believed.

Billboards hinting at a residency at the Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel And Casino this autumn have been spotted throughout the resort in the past few days.

They read “…Be one of the first to find out about show dates and on-sale info.”

KISS frontman Paul Stanley confirmed last year that the band was considering a residency in Sin City, where Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses and Motley Crue have enjoyed concert runs in recent years.

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