THE DEAD DAISIES will open KISS' only Italian date at the Arena di Verona

Kiss announce the supporter of their only Italian date scheduled for 11 June at the Arena di Verona: it's about the Australians THE DEAD DAISIESformed by the singer-songwriter Jon Stevens and guitarist David Lowya band with heavy 70s/80s hard-rock influences that many describe as the right modern mix of Bad Company, Foreigner and The Faces. Also to their credit is a duet written with SlashLock'n'Load' and several important openings from the ZZ Top to Kiss who chose them for the Australian tour and various European stops.

Thursday 11 June 2015 ARENA DI VERONA
Doors open at 19.00 Concerts start at 20.30
Tickets : Poltronissima: € 115,00 + p.p. Armchair: € 95,00 + p.p. Numbered tiers: € 85,00 + p.p.
Unnumbered bleachers: € 55.00 + p.p. VIP packages available.
Tickets on sale at Ticketonepoints of sale Vivaticket and at Unicredit branches.

With 28 gold records in the USA and 100 million copies sold, Gene Simmons e Paul Stanley together with comrades Tommy Thayer e Eric Singer continue to enjoy success year after year. Thanks to their incredible career, KISS were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in April 2014 and are currently engaged in KISS ROCKS VEGAS, their first resident show at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, right in the heart of Sin City, which will end on 23 November.

The new two-CD anthology of KISS, 'KISS 40', was released last May and includes a track from each of the band's albums, as well as tracks from the solo albums of the original band members released in 1978.

KISS is one of the most influential bands in rock'n'roll history, with 44 albums under their belt and more than 100 million records sold worldwide. In addition to dozens of triumphant tours, KISS has performed at such landmark events as the XXXIII Super Bowl, the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, and the Rockin' The Corps concert dedicated to US troops deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan; in addition, they appeared during the 2009 American Idol finale watched by 30 million viewers and in a Dr. Pepper commercial in support of the Hottest Show On Earth tour broadcast during the 2010 Super Bowl. Currently, KISS appears in major advertising campaigns for John Varvatos and Google Play. Last April, KISS inaugurated the first season of the L.A. KISS Football team to bring competitive football back to Los Angeles.

The legacy of KISS continues to grow, generation after generation. The KISS Army's devotion and loyalty to the "Hottest Band in the World" is a testament to the unbreakable bond between the band and its fans. In 2014, KISS celebrated two important milestones: their 40th birthday and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.