KISS to Play Indian Ocean Concert to 'Entice Sharks'

How fans can be there for the wild performance
Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer of KISS perform during their End Of The Road World Tour at The Forum
KISS Photo credit Kevin Winter/Getty Images

“We’re going to do something totally crazy, and it’s going to be absolutely epic,” says outdoors tour guide Matt Waller.

He’s announcing one of the most unique concerts ever – KISS playing above the Indian Ocean to entice sharks. Experts say the feared fish love the low-frequency sounds of rock and roll.

What are the sharks being recruited for? The KISS fans who want to get a close-up look. It’s all part of an Airbnb experience to benefit the Marine Conservation Society.

”This once-in-a-lifetime ocean concert takes place on November 18, 2019, in Port Lincoln, (Australia) where you’ll board a boat at 6:30 AM and cruise along the coastline looking for birds, dolphins, and other wildlife,” reads the listing.

“For the main event, you’ll head out to the deep waters of the Indian Ocean—one of the biggest feeding grounds for great whites. As KISS rocks out above water, you'll also get to see what's down under it. Watch from a glass bottom boat as the music attracts the legendary band's biggest (underwater) fans.”

The experience is listed at an affordable $52 per person. The 12-hour trip for groups of up to 8 people goes on-sale October 14th.


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