Hit n Run Tour (Kiss tour)

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Hit 'N Run Mini Tour
Tour by Kiss
Start date July 20, 2007
End date October 26, 2007
Legs 1
Shows 5 played 1 cancelled
Kiss concert chronology
Rising Sun Tour (2006) Hit 'N Run Tour (2007) Alive 35 World Tour/Sonic Boom Tour (2008/09)

Kiss' Hit 'N Run Mini Tour was a series of shows Kiss did in the summer of 2007. The San Jacinto, California show was notable in the fact that rhythm guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley was unable to perform due to an accelerated heartbeat.[1] So as not to disappoint the fans, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer performed on their own while Paul was being treated at a hospital in California. The events were documented and broadcast on an episode of Gene Simmons Family Jewels. On July 29 of the same year, Paul posted a letter on Kiss' website saying that he had recovered. On August 24, Kiss added one more show for 2007 in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. The show would have been the first show they had performed in Canada in 7 years, as well as their 100th Canadian show. On September 10, 2007, Big Mountain Concerts announced that the Whistler show was canceled.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Detroit Rock City"
  2. "Makin' Love"
  3. "All American Man"
  4. "Calling Dr. Love"
  5. "Lick It Up"
  6. "I Love It Loud"
  7. "Firehouse"
  8. "Do You Love Me?"
  9. "C'mon and Love Me"
  10. "Deuce"
  11. "Watchin' You"
  12. "Hotter Than Hell"
  13. "Shout It Out Loud"
  14. "God of Thunder"
  15. "Got to Choose"
  16. "Love Gun"
  17. "Black Diamond"
  18. "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll
  19. "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II"
  20. "Rock and Roll All Nite"

Hit 'N Run shows[edit]

[2]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
July 20, 2007 Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan United States Kewadin Casino 10,000
July 21, 2007 Cadott, Wisconsin Cadott Rock Fest 35,000
July 25, 2007 Anaheim, California Cisco Customer Appreciation Event 1,000
July 27, 2007 San Jacinto, California Soboba Casino Arena 3,500
September 15, 2007 Whistler, British Columbia Canada Blackcomb Mountain Canceled
October 26, 2007 Paradise, Nevada United States Mandalay Bay Resort 1,500

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