KISS to perform ‘Alive’ album in entirely on Kiss Kruise V

KISS is set to perform the complete Alive! album in its entirety on the KISS Kruise V when it sets sail from Miami to Jamaica, October 30th through November 3, 2015 aboard Norwegian Pearl.

“We’re going back to the golden age when KISS rose to prominence, taking the world by storm,” a statement on their website reads. “What better way to celebrate the rise of these rock legends than to watch KISS perform the very live album that launched them into greatness 40 years ago? Get ready to rock out to KISS playing their first gold album Alive! in its entirety. You read it right. KISS is playing Alive! from front to back during The KISS Kruise V indoor show.”

The band will perform indoor shows at the Stardust Theater throughout the week. Two guests in each cabin will receive tickets to the show for one night. Third, fourth and fifth guests in a cabin may purchase a ticket to one of the KISS Indoor Shows for $250 each.

Also available for up to two guests per cabin is the option to forfeit your KISS Indoor Show ticket for $250 of onboard credit. For those traveling with someone who might not be as passionate about KISS, select the “Ticket Forfeit” option in the seat selection step during booking.  This option is only available for reservations choosing less than two show tickets.

All other shows on board will be general admission and more artists are expected to be announced throughout the year.

Tickets start at $275 per person and include an autographed commemorative item signed by each band member, a photo of you, cabinmates and KISS masked or unmasked, admission to one of the KISS Indoor Shows (up to two per cabin), a yearbook celebrating five years of the KISS Kruise and a slew of ship amenities.

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Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.