For many in Spokane, the return of KISS to the Spokane Arena on Feb. 4 for their last-ever (they promise) tour will be a show not to miss.
And luckily for those fans, there is a wide range of ticket prices to see the “End of the Road” tour, with some seats for than $100, at $31.50 and $61.50. For those with a little more cash to spend for seats closer to the stage, there are options at $101.50, $131.50 and $252.
And for the mega fans? Those with a lot of cash to spend, or at least a lot of room on their credit cards?
Good news! The boys in KISS will be happy to take your money. The “Captain’s Lounge” VIP packages come with a lot of stuff – autographed photos, meet-and-greet and picture opportunities, access to the Captain’s Lounge, where you can nosh on appetizers and enjoy an “End of the Road” cocktail along with beer and wine. You’ll get a commemorative meet-and-greet laminate, a dedicated entrance and a $250 voucher for merchandise.
And if you want all that AND a front-row seat? It’ll cost you $2,502. If you can stand to be in the second row? That’s $2,252. Reserved floor and lower level seats will set you back $1,631.50. And if you don’t care about where you sit, you just want the VIP experience, the package with seats in the upper bowl of the Arena will set you back $1,531.50.
You can find these packages on sale though TicketsWest. The public on-sale for regular tickets begins at 10 a.m. Friday.
Also on sale at 10 a.m. Friday are tickets to see:
The Little River Band on Jan. 11 at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Tickets are $35-$70 through TicketsWest.
“PJ Masks Live: Save the Day!” on Feb. 10 at Spokane Arena. Tickets are $27-$113 through TickesWest.
Guster on Feb. 12 at the Bing Crosby Theater. Tickets are $23-$52 through TicketsWest.
Find TicketsWest at www.ticketswest.com or (800) 325-SEAT.
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