The Kiss/Motley Crue co-headlining tour wrapped up September 23 in Hartford, Connecticut after hitting 41 cities and donating more than $450,00 to charity.
"It's been an amazing kick ass summer for us and a serious blast to share the stage again with Kiss three decades after our first tour together," says Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue in a press release. "We feel grateful and fortunate to have been given the opportunity to support different charitable organizations throughout The Tour so hard every day to provide relief and make life better for our fellow Americans."
Paul Stanley of Kiss adds, "It's a privilege to be in a position that enables us to give back to the community through various charities and also raise everyone's awareness of these worthy causes."
The Tour benefited several organizations including Hiring Our Heroes, Aurora Victim's Relief Fund, Operation Homefront, Skylar Neil Foundation, Spondylitis Association of America and the Augusta Warrior Project.
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