Single-game tickets for LA KISS games at the Honda Center go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, the Arena Football League team partly owned by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley announced. You can get them through Ticketmaster.com or at the Honda Center box office, and the starting price is $15 per game, which is less than what the tickets will go for on game days, the team says.
You can buy tickets Saturday to all or any of the nine home games during this inaugural season, including the home opener against the Portland Thunder on April 5, when fans in attendance receive LA KISS guitar picks like the one on the opener page.
Promotions at other home games include KISS Bobblehead Night, when limited edition bobbleheads of each of the four original members of the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame-bound band will be given out. The team promises a "complete entertainment experience" at home games, including live music, Super Bowl-style halftime shows and "other surprises throughout the season." Learn more about LA KISS at lakissfootball.com, including season-ticket information.
Gotta love their helmets, which Stanley apparently had a hand in designing:
Meanwhile, the team has also announced its roster heading into play ...
As we previously reported, local quarterback standout Colt Brennan was not medically cleared to play.
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Here is the final roster: