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Rock the Nation World Tour

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Start date  May 8, 2004
Legs  2
Dates  8 May 2004 – 17 Aug 2004
End date  August 17, 2004
No. of shows  59
Leg  2

The Rock The Nation World Tour was a concert tour by the hard rock group Kiss. Poison was the opening band. The tour marked the return of Eric Singer on the drums, who once again replaced Peter Criss, whose contract was not renewed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. While attendance was not what the previous tour had been, it still averaged 8,900 on the American leg of the tour while grossing $20 million. Kiss would not tour in 2005 due to Paul Stanley's hip replacement.

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During this tour, the setlist was not as 1970's exclusive as it had been on their last few tours, as Kiss played songs that spanned their entire career. This also included performing a few selections from their non-makeup era, songs the band have generally shied away from playing since returning to wearing their make-up in 1996. After this tour, however, most of those songs would again be shelved and to date, with the exception of "God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II" and "Lick it Up", they have not reappeared. The band released a two-disc DVD of this tour.

Kiss live in tokyo 5 27 2004 1st night rock the nation world tour


Setlist

  1. "Love Gun"
  2. "Deuce"
  3. "Makin' Love"
  4. "Lick It Up"
  5. "Parasite"
  6. "Got to Choose"
  7. "War Machine"
  8. "Christine Sixteen"
  9. "She"
  10. "I Want You"
  11. "I Love It Loud"
  12. "100,000 Years"
  13. "Unholy"
  14. "Shout It Out Loud"
  15. "I Was Made for Lovin You"
  16. "Detroit Rock City"
  17. "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II"
  18. "Rock and Roll All Nite"
  • "King of the Night Time World", "Tears Are Falling", "Psycho Circus", "All the Way", "Love Her All I Can", "Creatures of the Night", "Hotter Than Hell" and "I Pledge Allegiance to the State of Rock & Roll" were performed in the tour, but weren't a permanent concert staple.
  • "C'mon and Love Me", "Cold Gin" " only played for the Australian and Japanese legs.
  • Cancelled shows

  • May 21, 2004 – Brisbane, Australia – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
  • June 23, 2004 – Seattle, Washington – White River Amphitheatre
  • July 31, 2004 – Tampa, Florida – Ford Amphitheatre
  • August 1, 2004 – Pensacola, Florida – Pensacola Civic Center
  • References

    Rock the Nation World Tour Wikipedia


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