KISS announce NYC takeover ft. limited MetroCards, free flash tattoos, pizza, more

KISS’ final shows are set for Madison Square Garden on December 1 and 2, and as those dates draw nearer, the band have announced an NYC takeover starting on November 29. Locations of everything will be shown on a custom Google Map, including a pop-up store selling merch, apparel, collectibles from partnerships with Ed Hardy, Oxford Pennant, Trick or Treat Studios, Funko, and more. It’s open from November 30 – December 3 at 248 West 37th St. Merch from another partnership, with RIPNDIP, will be available exclusively at their store at 620 Broadway starting November 29.

The New York Rangers’ November 29 game against the Detroit Red Wings at Madison Square Garden will feature “special KISS-themed activites” and limited edition merch.

Inked NYC will be giving free KISS flash tattoos (from 11 AM-7 PM) and doing face painting (from 1 PM – 5 PM) on December 1 and 2 at 150 W 22nd St; Prince Street Pizza will have KISS-themed pizza, which comes in a themed pizza box, available to order; and Peleton will have KISS-themed classes on the Bike, Tread, Row, and App starting on November 30.

While MetroCards are being phased out, KISS are getting their own limited edition version, which will be available at Penn Station and Herald Square Station starting on Monday, November 27. You can also expect to see KISS-themed wraps on the cover of the New York Post and on taxis.

Stay tuned for more details, and pick up KISS merch in the BV store.

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