The legendary KISS member Gene Simmons’ daughter, Sophie Simmons recently flaunted her legs in recent Instagram stories.
Kiss continues with the tour in Vegas without founding member Phil Burton, who has returned to Australia. Simmons of Kiss is also hosting a VIP event May 5, 6 and 7 at the Rio, home of the Kiss by Monster Mini Golf and World Museum attraction.
“Maybe that is the cornerstone,” Simmons said in a phone chat Tuesday. “We just want to have fun. That is what Kiss has always been about. We certainly don’t know the secret of life, and actually I don’t care. We’re all just passing through, and while you’re here, smile and enjoy yourself.”
Simmons’ appearances on May 6 and 7 are already sold out. But tickets are left for May 5. Fans get dinner at the hotel’s 50th-floor VooDoo Steak, pieces of Simmons’ personal collection of Kiss memorabilia, a commemorative plate (licking optional) and a performance by Simmons’ band in the Kiss by Monster Mini Golf Space.
This opportunity is priceless but not cheap, with two-day ticket prices have been set at $4,955.
“This is for a limited number of people, 100, maybe 200, and real fans,” Simmons said. “We’re going to close the doors and spend quality time with the fans for a full day. We are taking over the entire restaurant.”
Kiss is not scheduled to play Las Vegas and is taking on its “farewell” tour this year, ending Dec. 1-2 at Madison Square Garden in New York. There is no formal plan to return to a residency run after the band’s series at Zappos Theater scheduled for December 2021-February 2022 was called off.
AnEveningWithGeneSimmons. Just in…Friday, May 5th at the Rio Hotel in Vegas has opened up. A few tix available. May 6th and 7th are completely sold out. Check out the specifics. Hope to see you there. pic.twitter.com/JlVt3SAKwE
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) March 7, 2023