Kiss Announce ‘Kiss 2020 Goodbye’ New Year’s Eve Virtual Concert from Dubai


Kiss are closing out 2020 with a massive virtual concert streaming live from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Kiss – Story by Anne Erickson, photo by Ken Settle

Kiss are ending 2020 with a bang, as the longstanding rock band has announced a massive virtual concert streaming live from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Kiss were slated to continue their End of the Road World Tour in 2020, but like most bands, those plans were canceled this year due to the ongoing pandemic. That said, the legendary rockers have announced a special concert on New Year’s Eve taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The show, called “KISS 2020 Goodbye,” will be broadcast live from Dubai’s Atlantis, The Palm resort. The guys of Kiss are calling it “the largest live streaming event of the year,” in typical Kiss larger-than-life fashion.

The show requires a ticket, and it’s a live and livestreamed event that will take place before a COVID-screened audience. The set will be filmed in 4K high-def with more than 50 cameras.

Tickets to view the livestream from anywhere in the world are available via, and the standard ticket price runs $39.99, including the live show and unlimited replays for 24 hours. The next level ticket runs $49.99 and gives patrons access to watch unlimited replays for 72 hours.

Two VIP packages are available, as well. The Gold VIP package runs $249.99 and boasts unlimited replays of the show for 30 days, as well as a limited-edition DVD of the concert with a 16-page booklet, a poster and a T-shirt. The ultimate Kiss fan might opt for the Platinum VIP package, which costs a whopping $999.99. That package offers everything included in the Gold VIP bundle, plus you get your name mentioned in the DVD and booklet, and the members of Kiss autograph the poster. You’ll also score a vinyl LP of the show and more goodies.

“On New Year’s Eve KISS will rock the heavens, shake the earth and blaze the way out of 2020 with the largest and most bombastic celebration in our and anyone else’s history,” Kiss said in a collective statement. “We all need it. We all deserve it. Here’s to 2021.”



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