Kiss My Ass Tour
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|Tour by Kiss|
|Start date||April 2, 1994|
|End date||February 13, 1995|
|No. of shows||23 played, 3 cancelled|
|Kiss concert chronology|
The Kiss My Ass Tour was a concert tour by Kiss. In late August, and early September 1994 Kiss toured South America as headliners on the touring Monsters of Rock festival. Following this, the band toured Japan in January 1995 on their own, and in February 1995 they toured Australia for the first time since 1980. The Australian tour was named "The Kiss My Ass Downunder Tour". The stage set used through most of the shows in South America and Australia was similar to the Hot in the Shade Tour stage. It had Leon the Sphinx, the steps around the drum riser, the laser lightshow and parts of the regular lightshow. The band appeared in the mouth of the sphinx after the curtain concealing the stage dropped, as in the Hot in the Shade Tour, but the sphinx didn't sing "God of Thunder" on these short tours, nor did it shoot rockets from its eyes. This was the last tour of the non-makeup era.
Supporting acts for this tour were Angra, Black Sabbath, Dr. Sin, Fleetwood Mac, Gatos Sucios, Hermética, I Mother Earth, Lita Ford, Logos, Mother Station, Open Skyz, The Pat Travers Band, The Poor, Raimundos, Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies, Slayer, Snake Dance, Stick, Suicidal Tendencies, Tumulto, Victimas del Dr. Cerebro and Viper.
- "Creatures of the Night"
- "I Stole Your Love"
- "Cold Gin"
- "Watchin' You"
- "Calling Dr. Love"
- "Makin' Love"
- "I Was Made for Lovin' You"
- "I Want You"
- "Love Gun"
- "Lick It Up"
- "God of Thunder"
- "I Love It Loud"
- "Detroit Rock City"
- "Black Diamond"
- "Heaven's on Fire"
- "Rock and Roll All Nite"
- King of the Night Time World opened shows on certain dates of the tour.
- Goin' Blind was played at the beginning of the tour but was abandoned by the set list.
- Strutter and 100,000 Years were played occasionally.
- She, Forever, Take It Off and God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II were played occasionally on the tour.
|April 2, 1994||Villa Park, Illinois||United States||Blaze Fest|
|April 19, 1994||San Antonio, Texas||Freeman Coliseum
Radio KISS FM Concert
|July 30, 1994||Nashville, Tennessee||Riverfront Park
Gibson 100th Anniversary
|August 27, 1994||Sao Paulo||Brazil||Estádio do Pacaembu||28,000 / 30,000|
|September 1, 1994||Santiago||Chile||Estación Mapocho||11,000 / 13,000|
|September 3, 1994||Buenos Aires||Argentina||River Plate Stadium||47,000 / 60,000|
|September 5, 1994||Obras Sanitarias||5,000 / 5,000|
|September 8, 1994||Mexico City||Mexico||Palacio de los Deportes||18,600 / 18,600|
|September 14, 1994||Buenos Aires||Argentina||Obras Sanitarias||5,000 / 5,000|
|September 15, 1994||5,000 / 5,000|
|September 16, 1994||3,600 / 5,000|
|October 21, 1994||Phoenix, Arizona||United States||Arizona State Fair|
|January 24, 1995||Osaka||Japan||Osaka Castle Hall|
|January 26, 1995||Fukuoka||Kokusai Center|
|January 28, 1995||Nagoya||Nagoya Rainbow Hall|
|January 30, 1995||Tokyo||Budokan|
|January 31, 1995|
|February 4, 1995||Perth||Australia||Perth Entertainment Centre|
|February 6, 1995||Adelaide||Adelaide Entertainment Centre|
|February 8, 1995||Melbourne||Rod Laver Arena|
|February 9, 1995|
|February 11, 1995||Brisbane||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
|February 13, 1995||Sydney||Sydney Entertainment Centre|