Label: Instant Live - none • Series: Rock The Nation 2004 World Tour • Format: 2x, CDr Compilation, Limited Edition, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
ZO2 and 50.000 Dead - The Enemy - Singles 1981 / 1983 were the opening bands. The tour marked the return of Eric Singer on the drums, who once again replaced Peter Crisswhose contract was not renewed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.
Kiss would not tour in due FL Paul Stanley's hip replacement. During this tour, the setlist was War Machine - Kiss - Rock The Nation 2004 World Tour - 07/30/04 West Palm Beach as s-exclusive as it had been on their last few tours, as Kiss played songs that spanned their entire career. This also included performing a few selections from their non-makeup era, songs the band have generally shied away from playing since returning to wearing their make-up in The band released a two-disc DVD of this tour.
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Tour by Kiss. Adelaide Entertainment Center. Sydney Superdome. Brisbane Entertainment Centre. Osaka Castle Hall. Nagoya Rainbow Hall. Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. Smirnoff Music Centre. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Greenwood Village, Colorado. Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Journal Pavilion. Cricket Wireless Pavilion. Chronicle Pavilion. Clark County Amphitheatre. Float Rite Park Amphitheatre. Bonner Springs, Kansas. Sandstone Amphitheater.
Maryland Heights, Missouri. UMB Bank Pavilion. Verizon Wireless Music Center. Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. Post-Gazette Pavilion. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Marcus Amphitheater. Chicago, Illinois. Tweeter Center. Cincinnati, Ohio. Riverbend Music Center. Tweeter Center at the Waterfront.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. Mansfield, Massachusetts. Atlantic City, New Jersey. Trump Taj Mahal. Holmdel, New Jersey. Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater. Scranton, Pennsylvania. Ford Pavilion. Virginia Beach, Virginia. Raleigh, North Carolina. Alltel Pavilion. Charlotte, North Carolina. West Palm Beach, Florida. Sound Advice Amphitheatre. Atlanta, Georgia. HiFi Buys Amphitheatre.
New Orleans, Louisiana. New Orleans Arena. Bossier City, Louisiana. CenturyTel Center. Laredo Entertainment Center. Dodge Arena. Palacio de los Deportes.
Cherokee - Mary Lou Williams / Art Tatum / Erroll Garner / Lennie Tristano - Modern Jazz Piano: Four, Hot Squash (Live In Berlin) - Barberos - OOO & Splatter, The Other - Main Title - Jerry Goldsmith - Jerry Goldsmith At 20th Century Fox, The Hot Rod Gang - Go Ahead