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Alive! Tour
Tour by Kiss
Associated album Alive!
Start date September 10, 1975
End date March 28, 1976
Legs 2
Shows 117
Kiss concert chronology
Dressed to Kill Tour (1975) Alive! Tour (1975-76) Destroyer Tour (1976)

The Alive! Tour was a concert tour by Kiss, in support of their 1975 live album Alive!. At the time of the European leg of the tour the Destroyer album was already released and the band performed songs from that album, but they wore the Alive costumes and had the Alive stage show. At the time, the tour was referred to under the headline "Kiss tour", not "Alive! Tour" or "Destroyer Tour".

At the Cobo Hall show, Paul Stanley starts his guitar smashing ritual after "Let Me Go, Rock and Roll", until it was eventually done after "Rock and Roll All Nite" in later years.

Tour setlist[edit]

  1. "Deuce"
  2. "Strutter"
  3. "C'mon and Love Me"
  4. "Hotter Than Hell"
  5. "Firehouse"
  6. "She" (Ace Frehley guitar solo)
  7. "Parasite" - "Ladies in Waiting" replaces "Parasite" on shows up to 1/25/1976 in Detroit
  8. "Nothin' to Lose"
  9. "100,000 Years" (Gene Simmons bass solo, Peter Criss drum solo)
  10. "Black Diamond"

Encores[edit]

  1. "Cold Gin"
  2. "Rock and Roll All Nite"
  3. "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll"
  • Following the release of Destroyer in March, KISS began to play songs from the album which include:

"Flaming Youth", "Shout It Out Loud" and "Detroit Rock City".

Tour dates[edit]

[1]

Date City Country Venue
North America
September 10, 1975 Chattanooga, Tennessee United States Chattanooga Memorial Auditorium
September 11, 1975 Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville Civic Coliseum
September 12, 1975 Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
September 13, 1975 Norfolk, Virginia Norfolk Scope
September 14, 1975 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania King's College
October 2, 1975 Syracuse, New York Onondaga County War Memorial
October 3, 1975 Upper Darby, Pennsylvania Tower Theater
October 4, 1975 Passaic, New Jersey Capitol Theater
October 5, 1975 Rochester, New York Dome Arena
October 6, 1975 Allentown, Pennsylvania Memorial Hall
October 7, 1975 Kalamazoo, Michigan Read Fieldhouse
October 9, 1975 Cadillac, Michigan Cadillac High School
October 11, 1975 Columbus, Ohio Veterans Memorial Auditorium
October 19, 1975 Orlando, Florida Orlando Sports Stadium
October 20, 1975 St. Petersburg, Florida Bayfront Center
October 22, 1975 Birmingham, Alabama Municipal Auditorium
October 26, 1975 Montgomery, Alabama Garrett Coliseum
October 30, 1975 Nashville, Tennessee Nashville Municipal Auditorium
November 1, 1975 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
November 6, 1975 San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Convention Center
November 7, 1975 Beaumont, Texas Lamar University
November 8, 1975 Arlington, Texas University of Texas
November 9, 1975 Houston, Texas Sam Houston Coliseum
November 12, 1975 Toledo, Ohio Toledo Sports Arena
November 15, 1975 Rockford, Illinois Illinois National Guard Armory
November 16, 1975 Flint, Michigan IMA Sports Arena
November 17, 1975
November 18, 1975 Port Huron, Michigan McMorran Arena
November 19, 1975 Traverse City, Michigan Glacier Arena Canceled
November 21, 1975 Terre Haute, Indiana Hulman Center
November 22, 1975 Chicago, Illinois International Amphitheatre
November 23, 1975 Evansville, Indiana Roberts Stadium
November 26, 1975 Huntington, West Virginia Veterans Memorial Fieldhouse
November 27, 1975 Fayetteville, North Carolina Cumberland County Crown Coliseum
November 28, 1975 Asheville, North Carolina Asheville Civic Center
November 29, 1975 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
November 30, 1975 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
December 2, 1975 Columbus, Georgia Columbus Municipal Auditorium
December 3, 1975 Dothan, Alabama Houston County Farm Center
December 5, 1975 Atlanta, Georgia The Omni
December 6, 1975 Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Coliseum
December 12, 1975 Syracuse, New York War Memorial Arena
December 14, 1975 Boston, Massachusetts Orpheum Theater
December 18, 1975 Waterbury, Connecticut Palace Theater
December 19, 1975 Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
December 20, 1975 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
December 21, 1975 Richmond, Virginia Richmond Coliseum
December 27, 1975 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
December 28, 1975 South Bend, Indiana Edmund P. Joyce Center
December 29, 1975 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
December 31, 1975 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
January 23, 1976 Erie, Pennsylvania Erie County Fieldhouse
January 25, 1976 Detroit, Michigan Cobo Hall
January 26, 1976
January 27, 1976
January 30, 1976 Mount Pleasant, Michigan Rose Arena
January 31, 1976 Dayton, Ohio Hara Arena
February 1, 1976 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
February 4, 1976 Milwaukee, Wisconsin MECCA Arena
February 5, 1976 Madison, Wisconsin Madison Coliseum
February 6, 1976 Saint Paul, Minnesota St. Paul Theater
February 9, 1976 Salt Lake City, Utah Ballroom
February 11, 1976 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
February 12, 1976 Spokane, Washington Spokane Coliseum
February 13, 1976 Seattle, Washington Paramount Theater
February 14, 1976
February 16, 1976 Missoula, Montana Adams Center
February 23, 1976 Inglewood, California The Forum
February 24, 1976
February 26, 1976 San Bernardino, California Swing Auditorium
February 27, 1976 San Diego, California San Diego Sports Arena
February 29, 1976 Honolulu, Hawaii Neal S. Blaisdell Center
March 4, 1976 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall
March 6, 1976 Lincoln, Nebraska Pershing Auditorium
March 8, 1976 Tulsa, Oklahoma Mabee Center
March 11, 1976 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center
March 12, 1976 New Orleans, Louisiana Warehouse
March 13, 1976 Mobile, Alabama Mobile Civic Center
March 14, 1976 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum
March 20, 1976 Lakeland, Florida Lakeland Civic Center
March 21, 1976 Miami, Florida Miami Jai-Alai Fronton
March 24, 1976 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia Civic Center
March 25, 1976 Johnstown, Pennsylvania War Memorial Arena
March 26, 1976 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Farm Arena
March 28, 1976 Springfield, Massachusetts Springfield Civic Center

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.kissfanshop.de/Tourdates/TourdatesAlive.htm

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