March Madness continues to works its way towards the Final Four showdown.
The Times-Picayune reports that, as part of the NCAA Final Four weekend, KISS, the Black Keys and Jimmy Buffett are slated to perform free concerts in Woldenberg Park along the Mississippi River in downtown New Orleans, part of a full slate of festivities throughout the college men's basketball championship weekend.
KISS will kick off "The Big Dance Concert Series" on Friday, March 30.
The band last performed in New Orleans during the 2009 Voodoo Experience in City Park.
KISS have completed recording their forthcoming new album, “Monster,” due later this spring.
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