You can rock and roll all night and kick off the Summer concert season at Gilmore Car Museum with the KISS tribute band Strutter.

Don't worry if you can't make it to the End of the Road tour to see Paul Stanly, Gene Simmons and KISS in concert, all roads lead to the Gilmore Car Museum as Hickory Corners becomes Detroit Rock City for one night only on Saturday, June 5 when they kick off the outdoor summer concert season with Strutter, the country's premier KISS tribute band.

  • Strutter- The Hottest KISS Tribute Band in the Land
  • Gilmore Car Museum
  • Saturday, June 5
  • Gates at 6 pm | Showtime at 8
  • Tickets: $20 | $40 VIP | Advance ticket purchases only

This concert promises "makeup, costumes, fire, blood, bombs and a spectacular evening" as the musicians represent the Starchild, the Catman, the Starman and the Demon. Since 1991, Strutter has performed over 2,500 concerts across the country, playing the biggest hits of KISS, including "Rock and Roll All Night," "Detroit Rock City," "Calling Dr. Love," "Heaven's On Fire," "Beth," "Love Gun" and more.

Unlike last summer's drive-in shows at the Gilmore, this will be a walk-in only show. Families can bring a blanket or low folding chairs for lawn seating. A limited number of tickets will be sold to encourage social-distancing, and tickets must be bought in advance. Masks may still be required in certain designated areas, based on the latest COVID  advisories and recommendations.

Get ready to shout it out loud and have some summer fun as the KISS tribute band Strutter lights the fuse on the summer concert season at the Gilmore Car Museum.

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