Life Rock band KISS gives concert ‘under water’ By weekster Posted on 2 weeks ago 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The legendary rock band KISS gives a concert ‘down under’ literally and figuratively on November 18. In collaboration with Airbnb, the rockers perform ‘under water’ for a group of white sharks. The special concert is also open to people, as can be read in a statement on the Airbnb website. The concert takes place on and around a boat that floats on the south coast of Australia. A select group of concertgoers descend before the concert in the special Aqua Sub, a kind of cabin that is attached to the boat under water, to listen to the performance there. Meanwhile, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer are on top of the deck and play their biggest hits that are played on the surface and under the water through sound waves in the cabin. The white sharks are attracted by the music and the underwater vibrations. Tickets for the KISS concert cost $ 50 and the proceeds go to the Australian Marine Conservation Society, an organization that focuses on protecting ocean animals and their living environment. Ticket sales will start Monday, October 14.