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15 March 2012 09:23
Gene Simmons and fellow members of Kiss will open their mini-golf course in Las Vegas with a 'Hotter Than Hell' wedding chapel
Rock legends Kiss are to open their own Las Vegas mini-golf course, boasting an 18-hole glow-in-the-dark layout.
The monsters of rock, who are working on their 20th studio album, are to appear personally at the opening on March 15.
Other attractions on the Kiss By Monster Mini Golf Site will be Kiss-themed party rooms and a "Hotter Than Hell" wedding chapel.
Rock fans tempted to head for Las Vegas to try their luck on the 'way-out' course may have to juggle their budgets to include
sports travel insurance.
Band frontman Paul Stanley said the attraction was "miniature golf Kiss style". The challenge for the band is to keep finding ways to weave Kiss "into the very fabric of Americana" but vowed that with the golf course, "what happens in Vegas won't stay in Vegas."
The venue was perfect for Las Vegas, said Gene Simmons, adding: "Where else can you go play a round of Kiss By Monster Mini Golf, and then renew your wedding vows in an official Kiss Hotter Than Hell Wedding Chapel?"
Kiss, who are to release the album Monster in June, will be in the UK to play the first night of Knebworth's Sonisphere Festival on July 6.
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