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Garibaldi Opening For Kiss On Tour

By February 4, 2019 2 Comments

Garibaldi Opening For Kiss On Tour

I’m excited to announce I will be opening for rock n roll legends KISS during their final tour, named the END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR.

I will be painting a piece of KISSTORY, depicting KISS on their End Of The Road Tour to commemorate these special moments during their final run along with  other pop  portraits during an opening  30 min set.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers who have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide have toured to nearly every city on the planet and played every venue imaginable. Having played for Kings & Queens, for U.S. veterans, and for millions of devoted KISS Army fans, I will join them in select cities as they play their final shows as part of the multi-year END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR. Tickets are on sale now at LiveNation.com.

I’m beyond honored and excited to perform as an opener for one of the most iconic bands in music history. Not only will I be bringing my best performance painting experience, but also help KISS raise money for so many charities through art. It’s a mix of everything I live for: art, music, and giving back. Thank you KISS for this opportunity, and to the KISS Army, I can’t wait to meet the most loyal fans in the world.

I will unfortunately be postponing the confirmed Art Life Live Tour. However, all  buyers can receive a refund at point of purchase.
January 31  Vancouver, BC
February 1  Portland, OR
February 4  Spokane, WA
February 7  San Diego, CA
February 8  Fresno, CA
February 9  Sacramento, CA
February 12  Anaheim,  CA
February 13  Glendale, AZ
February  16  Los Angeles, CA
Follow my Instagram for  current tour updates!  @garibaldiarts

2 Comments

  • Tony says:

    Wow your amazing saw you at the Kiss concert in Spokane last night we were blown away. Hope we can find where the paintings are for sale

  • Aram says:

    I went to the KISS show last night in Sacramento not knowing that there would be an opening act. Waiting outside to get in, word started spreading through the crowd that the opener would be a “street artist,” so I told the buddy that was with me about a guy I’d seen years ago open show in LA (it might’ve been for the Steve Morse Band or Jean-Luc Ponty, I can’t remember) who’d come out and started throwing paint on a canvas and after about 10 minutes or so, turned the canvas upside down (actually right side up) to reveal that he’d just painted a portrait of Jimi Hendrix! We finally made our way to our seats in time to see you do the exact same thing and I told my buddy, “This is the GUY!” Then you went on to create an amazing portrait of the members of KISS. What a great show! Thank you for sharing your talent with us in such an entertaining way!

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