Rock Band KISS Brings Arena Football Back to Southland

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LOS ANGELES — Arena Football is headed back to Los Angeles, and you can thank the rock band KISS for it.

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Co-owner Gene Simmons says attending a game “will be similar to a live KISS show.”

The LA KISS will begin play in the Arena Football League next season, it was announced on Thursday. They will play at the Honda Center.

“Season tickets are now on sale for what we know will be some of the most action-packed games ever played at the Honda Center,” said team co-owner and KISS frontman Paul Stanley. “Arena Football is played at a fast and furious pace and making season tickets available now for the budget-friendly price of $99 gives a whole new meaning to bang for the buck.”

All LA KISS season-ticket buyers will be invited to a free KISS concert to take place at Honda Center next year.

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