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Kiss Kick Off Farewell Tour in Vancouver but there are no real surprises

by Paul Cashmere on February 1, 2019

in News

Kiss played the first show of their farewell tour in Vancouver, Canada on Thursday January 31.

There are no real surprises in the set. Every except ‘100,000 Years’ was played at a show in 2018. ‘100,000 Years’ was back but only after a few years. It was last played in 2016.

This is what the final Kiss setlist for the world tour looks like:

Detroit Rock City (from Destroyer, 1976)
Shout It Out Loud (from Destroyer, 1976)
Deuce (from Kiss, 1974)
Say Yeah (from Sonic Boom, 2009)
Heaven’s on Fire (from Animalize, 1984)
War Machine (from Creatures of the Night, 1982)
Lick it Up (from Lick It Up, 1983)
100,000 Years (from Kiss, 1974)
God of Thunder (from Destroyer, 1976)
Cold Gin (from Kiss, 1974)
Psycho Circus (from Psycho Circus, 1998)
I Love it Loud (from Creatures of the Night, 1982)
Hide Your Heart (from Hot In The Shade, 1989)
Let Me Go, Rock ‘N’ Roll (from Hotter Than Hell, 1974)
Love Gun (from Love Gun, 1977)
I Was Made for Lovin’ You (from Dynasty, 1979)
Black Diamond (from Kiss, 1974)

Encore:

Beth (from Destroyer, 1976)
Do You Love Me (from Destroyer, 1976)
Rock And Roll All Nite (from Dressed To Kill, 1975)
God Gave Rock ‘n’ Roll to You II (outro)

KISS AUSTRALIA TOUR DATES

Saturday November 16 RAC Arena, Perth WA
Tuesday November 19 Coopers Stadium, Adelaide SA
Thursday November 21 And 22 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Vic
Saturday November 23 Supercars Newcastle 500 NSW
Tuesday November 26 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW
Thursday November 28 Brisbane Entertainment Centre Qld

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