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Live Review + Gallery: KISS at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA (09.09.2021)

KISS came to Irvine, CA and played at FivePoint Amphitheatre on September 9, 2021 after postponing 4 shows because of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley testing positive for Covid. They were full of energy and electricity as they came out to the stage and played like they never had a day off. You know the dedication and passion KISS has to perform and put on a show for the fans, that’s why they’ve been able to do this for such a long time and why they are such legends in their own right.

Opening the night was this incredible performance painter David Garibaldi. His energy captured the audiences attention as he created 3 different paintings right on stage. The first two paintings he created were music legends Jimi Hendrix and George Harrison. It was magic watching the paintings come to life while Garibaldi danced and showed us his unique process of giving life to these blank canvases. His last piece was of the band KISS themselves and it was amazing watching him create it upside down the entire time until he flipped it when it was finished. Amazing to watch and experience.

Then everyone got what they came for, the best. KISS came down from their elevated individual circular stages while playing the opener Detroit Rock City while everyone went crazy with positive energy singing along with every word. KISS are on a whole other level when it comes to performing for their fans. There’s was no shortage of fire, explosions, confetti, and pure passion for the fans in Irvine. KISS played through their catalog of albums and kept rocking until they were literally shut down due to lightning in the immediate surrounding areas, now that’s how a band brings the electricity.

KISS did all their show stoppers, Gene breathing fire, Paul smashing his guitar, Eric doing an epic drum solo, and Bruce showing his skills with the guitar. This is their End Of The Road Tour, so you know what that means. You need to go out and see KISS because it’ll be the last time that you can. These hall of famers are touring the world one last time to give their fans, old and new, what a rock show experience should be like. Their remaining North American tour dates are listed below. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see rock n roll royalty do what they do best.

September 12 – Wheatland, CA @ Toyota Amphitheatre
September 17 – Ridgefield, WA @ Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
September 18 – George, WA @ Gorge Amphitheatre
September 21 – Boise, ID @ ExtraMile Arena
September 22 – West Valley City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre
September 23 – Sparks, NV @ Nugget Event Center
September 25 – Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
September 26 – Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin Pavilion
September 28 – Hidalgo, TX @ Payne Arena
September 29 – Del Valle, TX @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater
October 1 – Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena
October 2 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
October 5 – Biloxi, MI @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum
October 6 – Lafayette, LA @ Lafayette Cajundome
October 8 – West Palm Beach, FL @ iThink Financial Amphitheatre
October 9 – Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

December 29, 2021 – February 5, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV @ Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood

2022 Australian tour dates:

March 19 – April 9

2022 South American tour dates:

April 20 – May 7

2022 European tour dates:

June 1 – July 21

Check www.kissonline.com for all information.

Setlist at Fivepoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA :

Detroit Rock City
Shout It Out Loud
War Machine
Heaven’s On Fire
I Love It Loud
Lick It Up
Calling Dr. Love
Say Yeah
Cold Gin
Guitar Solo
Tears Are Falling
Psycho Circus
Drum Solo
100,000 Years
God Of Thunder
Love Gun
I Was Made For Lovin’ You
Black Diamond

Rock and Roll All Nite

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