KISS singer Paul Stanley will be on hand to celebrate the grand opening of a new Rock & Brews Restaurant, the chain of eateries he co-founded with band mate Gene Simmons, in the Los Angeles suburb of Tustin, California.
Festivities will begin at noon PT, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. Twenty percent of all sales at the restaurant today will be donated to the local American Legion Post 227, which has supported veterans in and around Tustin for more than 50 years.
Prior to the ribbon cutting, the American Legion Color Guard will kick things off with the Presentation of Colors and a performance of the national anthem.
The Tustin franchise is the 21st Rock & Brews Restaurant to open in the U.S. and/or Mexico since 2010. The restaurant offers rock-themed casual dining with a wide variety of locally brewed craft beer on tap. It also features 17 flat-screen televisions playing sports and rock videos.
Meanwhile, KISS is preparing to kick off a new U.S. leg of its ongoing End of the Road farewell tour on February 1 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Check out all the dates at KISSOnline.com.
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