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KISS' Concert Cut Short for Curfew

September 27, 2010 (3:51 am) GMT
Being the last act to ascend the stage at Epicenter Twenty Ten festival, the rock band had to finish their set within 80 minutes.

found headlining festivals a tough gig in Fontana, California on Saturday, September 25 night when they realized their plans to rock on past midnight would not be possible. Paul Stanley and ' veterans had hoped to turn their set at the Epicenter Twenty Ten festival into a marathon treat for fans and U.S. troops listening to a global live broadcast of the show.

But a strict 11pm curfew made them rethink their setlist - and limited them to an 80-minute performance. Disappointed Stanley told fans, "We were gonna rock you for two-and-a-half-hours but we were told we can't; they told us we've got a curfew."

The rockers closed the first night of the weekend festival. Prior to their performance, , reunited acts House of Pain, and thrilled fans in the scorching heat. Sunday's line-up at Epicenter Twenty Ten includes headlining sets from and .

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