NYC And KISS To Light Up The Empire State Building In Honor Of Final Concert

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In advance of KISS' final live shows, New York City has prepared a music-to-light show on the world-famous Empire State Building for tonight, November 30.

One of the band’s most iconic photos was take on the 86th floor observation deck in 1976. Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons recalled that day. Paul said, “It's pretty awesome to be up there. We climbed the ladder in those boots. It was a pretty interesting time.”

Gene added, “We were nuts! We would do anything you could imagine. Let's go on top of the Empire State Building and hang over the side for a photo. That'll look cool. Let's go!”

The ceremonial lighting display, set to their 1975 hit, “Rock N Roll All Nite,” will illuminate the building from dusk until 2am ET and can be viewed online through the Empire State Building Live Cam.

The illumination will show silver to represent the KISS logo and red, purple, blue, and green. to honor each band characters' iconic color.
KISS, who formed in NYC in 1973, will play their final concerts at Madison Square Garden, this Friday and Saturday night (Dec. 1-2).