16 October 19

Extremely proud to announce that Dallas CraneRival Fire and Dead City Ruins will be supporting the mighty KISS on their last ever shows in Australia!

The excitement level of KISS fans is starting to rise, with the rock‘n’roll legends touching down in only four weeks to begin the Australian leg of their farewell world tour.

The spectacular ‘End Of The Road’ tour is undoubtedly the biggest and best KISS show ever, receiving amazing reviews from diehard KISS fans and the media.  After sell-out shows through Europe and the US this year, the band are ready to thrill the KISS Army across Australia one last time.

In latest KISS news, to cater for the overwhelming demand, side view tickets have been released for shows in Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney and are now available from Ticketek.

The recently announced third Rod Laver Arena concert in Melbourne on Saturday November 30 continues to attract KISS fans from around the country, keen to be part of what is set to be an emotional farewell at the band’s final concert on Australian shores

Since forming in 1996, Dallas Crane have earned their stripes as a staple of Aussie rock music culture and a formidable force in the live music scene. The rockers are no strangers to the big stages, having played alongside The Who, Cold Chisel, Midnight Oil and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to name a few.  The multiple-ARIA Award nominees have five albums under their belt and an arsenal of Aussie rock anthems ready to go.

Melbourne alt-rock band Rival Fire have just dropped the video for their new single ‘Lost’, a taste of their upcoming highly anticipated debut album. The energetic young four-piece, fronted by vocalist/songwriter Rob Farnham, recently went through a re-building phase, and have returned stronger and more determined than ever.

2019 saw Dead City Ruins take their powerful live show to European audiences with huge success. It’s planted the seed for an enormous 2020, with the release of a new album plus more headline shows internationally as well as here.  Having opened for the likes of Skid Row, Ugly Kid Joe and Wolfmother, Dead City Ruins are ready to rock Rod Laver Arena.