Jumping the shark? Kiss will play for them in the ocean - 47abc

James Marshall
October 4, 2019

The performance is part of a promotion by Airbnb Animal Experience, created to have people entertain animals instead of having animals entertain humans, the company said.

"Welcome to "Shark Rock City", where KISS will perform a live set off the southern coast of Australia to entice sharks, who love the low-frequency sounds of rock and roll".

Kiss and fans will set sail from Port Lincoln, Australia, on November 18 on The Shark Warrior, a glass-bottom boat that will allow passengers to see the sharks, who are reportedly drawn to low frequencies.

"I'm not sure how much of us the sharks can take", Stanley added.

Only eight people will be able to participate in the experience. "Since we're going to be in Australia, it gives a whole new meaning to doing a concert down under".

All experiences will follow a progressive new animal welfare policy, created in conjunction with World Animal Protection, that includes no contact with wild animals and no animals used in entertainment.

Airbnb has revealed this event as it launches its new animal-centred experiences.

The organization has also worked to protect "critical ocean ecosystems with marine reserves around the nation, including Ningaloo and the Great Barrier Reef", as well as to end such practices as whaling and shark finning. "This unique experience offers an opportunity to see sharks in a different light, helping to foster greater appreciation for these iconic animals". Proceeds will go to charity, the company said. To try to secure a spot, one must sign up on October 14 at www.airbnb.com/kiss. The Rock N Roll Hall of Famers have released 44 albums and sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. KISS teamed up with Warner Brothers in 2014 to create the well-received original movie ScoobyDoo and KISS: Rock And Roll Mystery. KISS has been featured in major advertising and marketing campaigns for John Varvatos, Google Play, Hello Kitty- even appearing in a Dr. Pepper Super Bowl commercial and advertising campaign in support of their Hottest Show On Earth tour.

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