But that news isn't why we're posting this on a Detroit-centric site. No, the big news here is that in honor of the album's October 6th release, KISS announced today that they will return to Cobo Hall -- the home of the series of concerts that resulted in the first KISS Alive album -- for a special show on Friday, September 25th. That's great. The city council can't come to a decision on what to do with the classic arena...but ol' Bat Lizard did!
TIckets for the show, which features Buckcherry as an opening act, go on sale this Friday, August 21st, at 5 p.m. We can't help it, though, if we're a little more excited about Bruce Springsteen bringing the E Street Band to the Palace of Auburn Hills for a show on November 13th. Tickets for that show also go on sale this weekend -- Saturday, August 22nd at 10 a.m., to be exact -- via TIcketmaster.
Good ol' Bat Lizard: Whatever...
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