KISS - Front Row Soundcheck Footage From Postponed West Palm Beach Show Streaming
October 19, 2021, a month ago
On October 8th, KISS were forced to postpone their show at iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, FL "due to ongoing weather issues." A tropical storm moved into the area around 7:30pm and concert-goers were advised to seek shelter. Around 10:00pm, the band came on stage an annoubnced the show would be postponed until November 5th.
Frontman Paul Stanley addressed the crowd, saying "This is not what we expected, and it wouldn't be fair to the rest of the people who are showing up. Here's what we're gonna do: November 5th, we're coming back. We'll do the show. So hold on to your tickets. Friday night, November 5th, we'll be back.
We apologize. Look, we're ready. You know, beause you live here, this isn't safe. And the most important thing is making sure that you're safe. So we will see you November 5th. Drive safely, get home, come back and see us. We love you."
The band did hold a soundcheck for a select group of fans on the day, however. Front row footage can be viewed below of KISS performing "Christine Sixteen".