KISS co-founder Gene Simmons is building a KISS museum at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The museum will be ready to open in March next year and will include more than 50 years’ worth of the rock band’s memorabilia, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
“I was in Las Vegas to start working on the KISS museum, which is really just my collection, because I’ve got a half-century of KISS stuff. I want the fans to see it,” the Journal quoted Simmons as saying on Saturday.
“It’s going to be breathtaking. I was there the first day, as my stuff started to come in. We have three tractor-trailers full of stuff, and it’s going to be spectacular,” added the bassist and co-lead singer of KISS. “The fans are going to dig it. You can play golf, you can have your photo taken, you can take videos of yourself onstage with KISS, and then go visit my private collection.”
The exhibits will include “hundreds and hundreds” of items, he told the Journal. The museum will include costumes, stage props and gold and platinum albums.
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