Only Eight People Will Get To See KISS Live In Australia

Rock legends KISS have cancelled all their Australian shows except for one and only eight people were there to see it.

The extremely lucky fans were on board for the band's exclusive show off Port Lincoln, South Australia, which was also played underwater in the hope of attracting the region's famous great white sharks.

Despite lead singer Paul Stanley's illness forcing the American rockers to cancel their 'End Of The Road' Australian tour - the three other band members, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer were ready to rock and roll for a few hours on the water.



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Some locals managed to spot the band hanging out in South Australia on the weekend, sharing photos on social media.

Simone Bertram snapped a picture of her son Clay posing with Simmons on his 10th birthday.

Clay Bertram got to meet the rock legends for his 10th birthday. Image: Instagram/Simone Bertram

"What could possibly top this kids 10th birthday weekend?" she wrote.

"Casually meeting up with @genesimmons and wearing his sunglasses for a photo."

Accommodation site Airbnb partnered with local company Adventure Bay Charters to bring the exclusive concert experience to life, with the aim of attracting sharks. Airbnb said sharks have a preference for 'the low-frequency sounds of rock and roll'.



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