Kiss has performed countless sold-out concerts for almost half a century now, but they're about to put on a show like no other in the Land Down Under.
According to Wayne Parry of the Associated Press, the legendary rock band will be performing on top of a vessel in southern Australia. But here's the catch: the concert will only be in front of eight people - as well as lurking sharks under water.
You heard that correctly. Only eight supporters of Gene Simmons and company will be attending this once in a lifetime experience. The band, along with the fans, will depart in separate boats. Per Parry, the show will be performed off of Port Lincoln.
Then, Kiss will perform on top of the boat, while the eight fans in attendance "will be lowered beneath the surface of the water from a second boat into the viewing sub." They'll be able to hear the performance through underwater speakers. It was also added that the location is known for its heavy shark presence.
Tickets to this historic and incredibly special event are only going for $50, which Parry pointed out are cheaper than ones for Kiss concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York. The report also said that proceeds for the tickets are going to charity.
In Sept. 2018, Kiss revealed that the End of the Road World Tour would be the last one for the legendary band. It all started on Jan. 31 in Vancouver, British Columbia. They performed in a sold-out crowd at Rogers Arena, before embarking on shows in the states of Washington, Oregon and California.
Kiss completed Leg 3 of the End of the Road World tour on Sept. 12 in Denver, Colorado. Leg 4 begins Nov. 16 in Perth, Australia - and it concludes on Dec. 3 in Auckland, New Zealand. As of now, the band is slated to wrap up its tour on June 12, 2020 at the Download Festival in Leicestershire, England.