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By Frank White

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, May 14 in Hartford, CT. Photo by Frank White.

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, May 14 in Hartford, CT. Photo by Frank White.

The KISS show at the XFINITY Theatre in Hartford Connecticut on May 14, 2022 was a scheduled concert that made up for previously canceled dates — one due to COVID-19 and the other from bad weather in the New England Area. But it was well worth the wait for the KISS fans in attendance. 

KISS, May 14 in Hartford, CT. Photo by Frank White.

KISS, May 14 in Hartford, CT. Photo by Frank White.

KISS have a handful of dates to make up on their "End of the Road" tour and another cancellation was not in the cards as the band were not about to let down the crowd. The XFINITY Theatre was packed with excited fans of all ages, some dressed up (of course) just like their favorite KISS members.

And as the photos clearly show, KISS put on a helluva performance!

   

Photo by Frank White

Photo by Frank White

Set list:

Detroit Rock City

Shout it Out Loud

Deuce

War Machine

Heaven's On Fire

I Love It Loud

Say Yeah

Gene Simmons knows when it's Cold Gin time again! Photo by Frank White 

Gene Simmons knows when it's Cold Gin time again! Photo by Frank White 

Cold Gin

Guitar Solo with Tommy Thayer

Tommy Thayer. Photo by Frank White 

Tommy Thayer. Photo by Frank White 

Lick it Up

Calling Dr. Love

Tears Are Falling

Psycho Circus

Eric Singer. Photo by Frank White,

Eric Singer. Photo by Frank White,

Eric Singer Drum solo

100,000 Years

Gene Simmons. Photo by Frank White

Gene Simmons. Photo by Frank White

Gene Simmons bass solo

God of Thunder

Love Gun

I Was Made for Lovin' You

Black Diamond

  

Tommy Thayer leads off the song. Photo by Frank White.

Tommy Thayer leads off the song. Photo by Frank White.

Encore:

Beth

Do You Love Me

Rock and Roll All Nite

  

View more in photo gallery below

  

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