KISS may have recently canceled their Australian tour, but the group intends on keeping up one very special show, albeit down one member. The band still will play their highly publicized concert for great white sharks, but Paul Stanley will be missing the show while recovering from the flu.

Adventure Bay Charters issued a statement that read:

Due to band member Paul Stanley’s illness, KISS concert promoters One World Entertainment and TEG Live announced the tour was cancelled. For more information, please check the news from Port Lincoln Times. We are sorry to hear this news that many fans lost the opportunity to join KISS last road trip concert, and we wish the best for Paul Stanley and a speedy recovery."

We are glad to announce that we will keep hosting KISS concert for the remaining band members, the shark trip will still go Monday, the Ocean will rock&roll! 8 lucky customers will jump on our shark warrior, using our unique underwater sub, enjoy a KISS live concert and Great White Sharks!

As part of Airbnb Animal Experience, the KISS concert will be performed on our White Shark Boat Shark Warrior. Thanks Airbnb and KISS for keeping this special concert planned for us! As the Airbnb host, our owner Matt Waller and Adventure Bay Charters will do our best to make sure everyone enjoys this lifetime experience.

The concert will take place Nov. 18 off the southern coast of Australia in the Indian Ocean. Eight fans are also going to enjoy the concert along with the sharks, boarding their vessels in Port Lincoln. As KISS play above water, the fans will have a chance to watch how the great white sharks react to the low frequency sounds of the band's performance. For more details, click here.

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