: The Long KISS Good-bye just got longer.

4-4-00 7:15 AM PST antiGUY
KISS has added a second leg of tour dates to their already legendary Farewell tour. If you were ever a KISS fan this will be your last chance to catch the band put on what is still one of the best shows in Rock n Roll. We had a chance to catch the show at the Anaheim Pond on March 18th and despite some technical set backs that left Paul Stanley suspended over the orchestra seats for a good portion of the song Love Gun, the show was something no one in attendance will ever forget. 

Many fans have complained about high ticket prices, especially after adding on all the extra charges from those vultures at Ticketmaster.  (Hey Janet Reno now that you have screwed Microsoft you need to go after the monopolistic scalpers known as Ticketmaster!)  Look at it this way tickets are still less than Bruce Springsteen is charging and he's not retiring. Plus the guys need to save up for their old age. Unless they decide like Ozzy Osbourne did after a short lived trip out of the limelight that "Retirement Sucks!" and  come back and do it one more time - This will be your last chance to witness part of Rock History in person. 

We will post a show review soon to antiMUSIC. Until then, here are the dates to see KISS in person so you won't have to experience the show vicariously through us. 
  4-4 Oklahoma City, OK - Myriad Convention Center
4-5 Little Rock, AR - ALLTEL Arena
4-6 Pensacola, FL - Pensacola Civic Center
4-8 Miami, FL - Coral Sky Amphitheater
4-9 Ft. Myers, FL - TECO Arena
4-11 Orlando, FL - Orlando Centroplex
4-12 Tampa, FL - Ice Palace
4-14 Birmingham, AL - BJCC Arena
4-15 Atlanta, GA - Phillips Arena
4-16 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Arena
4-18 Columbia, SC - Carolina Coliseum
4-20 Charlotte, NC - New Charlotte Coliseum
4-21 Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center
4-22 Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum Complex
4-25 Memphis, TN - The Pyramid
4-26 Nashville, TN - Starwood Amphitheater
4-28 Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center
4-29 Louisville, KY - Commonwealth Convention Center
4-30 Knoxville, TN - Thompson-Boling Arena
5/2 - Charleston, W.Va., Charleston Civic Coliseum
5/3 - Roanoke, Va., Roanoke Civic Center
5/5 - Cleveland, Ohio, Gund Arena
5/7 - Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena
5/9 - Toledo, Ohio, John F. Savage Hall
5/11 - Chicago, Ill., Allstate Arena
5/13 - Columbus, Ohio, Polaris Amphitheater
5/15 - Peoria, Ill., Peoria Civic Center Arena
5/16 - Moline, Ill., Mark of the Quads 
5/17 - Minneapolis, Minn., Target Center 
5/19 - Milwaukee, Wis., Marcus Amphitheater 
5/20 - Indianapolis, Ind., Deer Creek Music Center 
5/22 - Cincinnati, Ohio, Riverbend Music Center 
5/24 - Detroit, Mich., Palace of Auborn  Hills
6/6 - Richmond, Va., Richmond Coliseum 
6/9 - Wantaugh, N.Y., Jones Beach Amphitheater
6/12 - Boston, Mass., Tweeter Center 
6/13 - Boston, Mass., Tweeter Center
6/15 - Portland, Maine, Cumberland County CivicCenter
6/16 - Philadelphia, Pa., Blockbuster Sony Music Entertainment Center 
6/19 - Erie, Pa., Erie Civic Center
6/20 - Albany, N.Y., Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center
6/22 - Montreal, Quebec, Molson Center
6/23 - Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Center
6/24 - Buffalo, N.Y., Marine Midland Arena
6/27 - E. Rutherford, N.J., Continental Airlines Arena
6/30 - Raleigh, N.C., Alltel Pavilion
7/1 - Manassas, Va., Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
7/2 - Virgina Beach, Va., GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater
7/5 - Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Arena 
7/7 - Scranton, Pa., Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center
7/8 - Hartford, Conn., Meadows Music Theater