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KISS announce Vegas residency

KISS announce Vegas residency

HEADING TO SIN CITY:KISS will play a Vegas residency. Photo: Associated Press

Rockers KISS have confirmed plans to play a residency in Las Vegas.

The group, led by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, will play a nine-show run at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in November.

Tickets for the shows, which begin on Nov. 5, will go on sale on Friday.

The Joint has previously hosted residencies by Motley Crue, Guns N’ Roses and Def Leppard.

The new KISS residency begins the day after the end of KISS Kruise IV to the Bahamas.

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