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Frequently Asked Questions About KISS Sacramento Tickets
How much are KISS Sacramento tickets?
Tickets for KISS shows in Sacramento start at $56.00, and average $139.00. However, prices can vary based on the date of show, seat selection, tour guests, and many other factors.
How to get cheap KISS Sacramento tickets?
If you’re trying to find a bargain for KISS concerts in Sacramento, tickets can be found for as low as $56.00. You may want to consider these options too:
- Look for weekday shows
- Check other KISS shows near Sacramento
- Check prices regularly to snag a deal
Where is KISS playing in Sacramento?
When KISS performs in Sacramento, concerts are typically held at Golden 1 Center, which seats 19000, Sleep Train Arena, which seats 17248, or Ace of Spades, which seats 1000. For more concerts in Sacramento, browse our Sacramento concert tickets or take a look at the upcoming events at the venues mentioned above.
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