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KISS – Concert Review & Photo Gallery – 8/8/16 Milwaukee, WI.

KISS – Freedom to Rock Tour 2016

8/8/16 – Bradley Center – Milwaukee, WI.

By Bradley Todd

            Rock ‘n’ Roll legends, KISS, are on the road for another summer in their long, storied career, bringing their “Freedom To Rock” tour to the masses in secondary markets they didn’t hit the last time out.

KISS - 8/8/16 Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI.KISS - 8/8/16 Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI.

No expense has been spared for the tour production, with the full stage rig that includes an amazing light show, lasers, explosions, fire, blood, jumbo screens, elevating drum riser, flying band members, and a satellite stage at the back of the venue for Starchild, Paul Stanley, to perform on for a late set song.

KISS - 8/8/16 Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI.KISS - 8/8/16 Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI.

The setlist (see below) makes this a greatest hits show, with one notable exception being Flaming Youth, from the Destroyer album…surely a treat for hardcore fans. But you don’t have to be a hardcore fan to appreciate and enjoy this show, as its non-stop eye candy meshes perfectly with KISS’ catchy, timeless rock anthems for a spectacular “Psycho” circus.

**FULL PHOTO GALLERY BELOW**

  • SETLIST
  1. Detroit Rock City
  2. Deuce
  3. Shout It Out Loud
  4. Do You Love Me
  5. I Love It Loud
  6. Flaming Youth
  7. BASS SOLO (Gene spits blood & flies)
  8. God Of Thunder
  9. Psycho Circus
  10. Shock Me
  11. GUITAR SOLO
  12. Cold Gin
  13. Lick It Up
  14. War Machine (Gene spits fire)
  15. Love Gun (Paul flies to 2nd stage)
  16. Black Diamond
  17. ENCORE
  18. Beth
  19. Star Spangled Banner
  20. Rock And Roll All Nite

 

About Bradley Todd

Bradley Todd is a Chicago based concert photographer who also shoots people (only w/ cameras), events, places and things

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