The legendary band’s first million seller, this landmark title will be back to celebrate its 45th anniversary.
The tour resumes September 9 in Irvine, California.
The legendary rockers will be playing Zappos [Theater at Planet Hollywood] in the Nevadan city starting December 27.
The drink directly references the band’s classic song of the same name from 1974.
The new shows have been added to the band's already extensive North American itinerary for the fall of 2021.
The documentary was directed by D.J. Viola and will be premiering on A&E across two nights starting June 27 and wrapping up on June 28.
Written by highly-respected British comic book writer Ian Edginton, the new book will be available in August.
The tour will get under way in Dortmund, Germany on June 01, 2022 and wrap with a set in Amsterdam on July 21.
Tickets to attend the outdoor in-person screening/events are available starting Monday, May 10 at 11:00 a.m. EST.
The in-depth, two-part 'Biography KISStory' is set to screen on June 27 and 28 this year.
Due out on June 11, the new collection was recorded by the band at the Tokyo Dome, Japan on March 13, 2001.
The film will also focus on Stanley and Simmons going back to when they were two trouble-making kids from Queens.
The original song arrives ahead of their debut LP, ‘Now and Then.’
The album, featuring nine soul covers and five new songs, follows on March 19 via UMe.
Download is the latest music festival to cancel its 2021 event, but Iron Maiden, KISS and Biffy Clyro will return to headline next year.