KISS are playing an Australian benefit show... for Great White Sharks

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As you'd probably know by now, Detroit rock 'n roll legends KISS are coming to Australia this November for their final ever tour. As of today, the band have locked in another show - on a glass bottom boat in the Indian Ocean surrounded by Great White Sharks.

The band are inviting fans to sail off from Port Lincoln, South Australia on The Shark Warrior, a glass-bottom boat owned by Matt Waller, a noted shark enthusiast and devoted music fan who's received acclaim for his use of music as sharkbait. Supposedly, Great White Sharks are naturally drawn to low frequencies, and it's expected that they'll flock to the boat to give Kiss fans the treat of a lifetime. 



All proceeds from the event are set to be donated to the Australian Marine Conservation Society, with tickets set to go on sale Monday October 14, 2019 - and to top it off, they're only $52 each . You can suss out all the details over at the Airbnb experience page here - I can't actually believe this is a real thing. Imagine if a shark bit off Gene Simmons head like that bad, low budget shark film featuring Samuel L Jackson from the early '00s. What a way to go.


Prefer to see KISS on land? Find tickets here.