KISS: More Footage, Photos From Melbourne Press Conference Available

March 12, 2008

David Farrier of New Zealand's TV3 has filed a three-minute report on KISS' Australian press conference, which took place earlier today (Wednesday, March 12) at Crown Towers in Melbourne. Watch the footage below.

Check out photos from the press conference at Wire Image.

KISS' first show of the Australian tour will take place on the closing night concert at this weekend's Formula 1 Grand Prix. The band is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, and will play in Sydney and Brisbane before a European tour which will see them play for the first time in Russia.

KISS' Australian/New Zealand shows are as follows:

March 16 - Melbourne, Australia - Ing F1 Grand Prix
March 18 - Brisbane, Australia - Entertainment Center
March 20 - Sydney, Australia - Acer Arena
March 22 - Wellington, New Zealand - ROCK2WTGN Festival

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