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Theme Nights

Theme nights are our equivalent of the ultimate costume party! They're your chance to get creative and crazy to show your vacation spirit. Go all in with full costumes or keep it simple with a few pieces of flair, it's totally up to you! Theme nights are optional, but it's way more fun if you join in. 

Theme nights will be announced during the year, so stay tuned!


  • Halloween


    Wednesday, October 31

    If you're a KISS fan, it's safe to say you know a thing or two about getting dressed up in costume - and sailing on Halloween means you'll get to do just that. The festivities will commence shortly after boarding and you're welcome to let your wild side roam free. Let's kick off our eighth mission by getting spooky and scary!

  • Destroyer


    Thursday, November 1

    Chock full of some of KISS's best known and well loved tracks, 1976's Destroyer pushed the boundaries of the band's sound and became their first album to go platinum. It's only fitting that we celebrate the decade that KISS popped onto the rock n' roll scene with this classic album.

  • Dynasty


    Friday, November 2

    While Dynasty was technically released in 1979, the album effectively set the tone for what would become a decade of growth and re-imagining for KISS in the 80's. Between embracing the disco-pop influences of the time and creating new costumes featuring their signature colors, the band showed that they could adapt and grow from year to year. On this night we'll raise a toast to their innovative spirit!

  • Revenge


    Saturday, November 3

    As KISS's 16th studio album, Revenge propelled the band into the 90's with a cohesive, heavy sound that drove their fans wild. In their non-makeup era, this album proved that KISS was more than just face paint and costumes. With contributions from Bruce Kulick and the newly minted Catman, Eric Singer, there was no way we could NOT celebrate this album during KKVIII!

  • Monster


    Sunday, November 4

    2012 may have been the last time KISS gave the world new music, but man-oh-man, what a gem of an album it was! Monster effectively combined everything that KISS is all about and more. Showcasing rock driven guitar, strong vocal performances from all four band members and the classic catchy songwriting we all know and love. Monster is loud and fun which is just how we're going to end The KISS Kruise VIII. We hope you're ready!




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