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March 29, 2000

Details:

Lubbock, TX
United Spirit Center
Promoter: United Concerts
Other act(s): Ted Nugent, Skid Row (opener)
Reported attendance: 11,592 / 13,000 (89.17%)
Reported gross:

Set list(s):

Detroit Rock City
Deuce
Shout It Out Loud
I Love It Loud
Shock Me
Firehouse
Do You Love Me?
Calling Dr. Love
Psycho Circus
Heaven's On Fire
Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll
2,000 Man
Ace Frehley Guitar Solo
Lick It Up
Gene Simmons Bass Fart
God Of Thunder
Cold Gin
100,000 Years
Love Gun
Black Diamond
Beth
Rock And Roll All Nite

Notes:

- Same set as March 19.
- From a local review: "Wednesday's show quickly became nostalgia. It was a night when fans may have bonded with each other even more than with the band, a concert destined to be looked back upon with the memory, 'I was there when ...' Saying goodbye came too easily, a salute to a friend one has, perhaps regrettably, outgrown... The arena doors were opened late blame it on the late arrival of a stage rigger who had to hustle south after a wee-hours stage load-out in Denver the night before but crowds were calm even as lines grew long. Warned in advance that all would be searched for items ranging from weapons to cameras to laser pointers, fans were astonished at being passed right on through with only a cursory glance from security... Opening with 'Detroit Rock City,' the show very quickly revealed a dependency upon effects and gimmickry, although the huge screen at center stage was cool. Ironically, though, one recalled being asked earlier, 'Are you at a movie?' There was Gene Simmons wagging his tongue, the video cameras capturing women on the front row wagging their tongues back at him, and one wondered if he'd keep his balance while pelvic thrusting in those huge boots. Paul Stanley stripped off his T-shirt 10 minutes into the show, intent on keeping the crowd involved. On the other hand, there was Peter Criss behind the drum kit, looking worn out, as though he had used up every ounce of his energy just putting on his makeup. And while Ace Frehley can still deliver some licks on lead guitar, his singing on '2000 Man' was, in a word, painful. Deadline forced me to depart before the show ended, but by that time the thrill was long gone. It was, in fact, quite easy to say farewell" (William Kerns, Lubbock Online, 3/30/00).

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