Watch KISS's GENE SIMMONS Fall On Stage During Bozeman, Montana Concert

July 17, 2016

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons fell on stage while performing with the band last night (Saturday, July 16) at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman, Montana.

The incident happened during the closing song of KISS's set, "Rock And Roll All Nite", which featured cannons shooting a blizzard of confetti into the air.

A couple of fan-filmed clips can be seen below.

Back in 2014, a security guard sued KISS and Live Nation for injuries after he claimed that the band "foolishly" sprayed water and confetti on the stage during a 2012 tour stop.

The guard said he was working security during KISS's concert at the Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana when "some of the defendants" sprayed water from hoses onto the stage and into the audience, and sprayed the crowd with confetti "in a foolish and reckless manner." He claimed he was injured after falling on the "slippery, waxy and glassy" stage.

KISS kicked off its "Freedom To Rock" tour on July 4 with in Tucson, Arizona. The trek will hit 40 cities through the summer — many of them places that the band has either never played or hasn't played in years.


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