A TRIBUTE band to veteran rockers Kiss will perform this Saturday in Chester.

KISS GB will be performing a 90-minute set at the Live Rooms in Chester from 7pm.

Promising all the hits and classics that fans new and ‘veteran’ would enjoy, the band will of course be decked out in the full 1970s stagewear of the ‘original’ lineup, and play all the authentic instruments, including the infamous Axe of Bass player Gene Simmons.

Not only are they ‘look-alike’, they’re also ‘sound-alike’ and ‘move-alike’ as they’ve perfected both the singing and between song speaking voices of Kiss, and the mannerisms of their respective characters.

This has led them to play main stage of tribute festivals Festwich and Rock the Park last summer, Rock Stock in Stockport this May, and a slew of shows in the North West this year.

Kiss fans and/or fans of glam rock are likely to enjoy the set list, which will include 80s chart hit Crazy Crazy Nights, 70s disco-rock hit I Was Made For Loving You, and 90s Bill and Ted's soundtrack mega-anthem God Gave Rock 'n' Roll To You II’, as well as Detroit Rock City and Rock and Roll All Nite.

Tickets cost £10 and the event is for those aged 14 and above. Teenagers aged between 14 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

To book, call 01244 318906 or the box office on 0871 220 0260, or visit www.theliveroomschester.com.