THE helicopter descended upon the infamous Hard Rock Hotel as Kiss invaded Las Vegas for an historic nine-show run.
That was back in November 2014, but now, for one night only, fans of the grease-paint smeared rockers can experience one of those spectacular performances again as KISS Rocks Vegas hits cinemas across the globe, including Vue in the Omni Centre.
As America’s No 1 Gold Record Award winning group of all time, Kiss are one of rock’s most influential bands. Famed for their iconic face paint and stage attire, the band was formed in New York City in 1973 by Paul Stanley (Vocals, Rhythm guitar) and Gene Simmons (Vocals, Bass guitar).
Their sensational live performances feature fire breathing, blood-spitting, smoking guitars, shooting rockets, levitating drum kits, and pyrotechnics to spare.
Tommy Thayer (Lead guitar, Vocals) and Eric Singer (Drums, Percussion, Vocals) round out the band’s powerful lineup.
From this blistering live show, expect sky high flames, ear-bursting volume as well as exclusive footage which will only be seen in the cinema.
So, next Wednesday, May 25, why not join fans around the world, sing along to favourites like Rock & Roll All Night and get up and dance like you’re actually there in Vegas.
Kiss Rocks Vegas, Vue Omni, Leith Street, 25 May, 7.30pm, £12.50-£14.50, www.myvue.com