KISS Launching Rock & Brews Casino Resort in Mississippi

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS at Rock & Brew
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Looking for a place to rock and roll all night and party every day? KISS might be on the band's End of the Road tour, but they're still laying down roads into other ventures, including the announcement that they're turning their successful Rock and Brews franchise into a full-fledged casino property along Mississippi's Gulf Coast.

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The 68,000 sq. ft resort will include a 300-room hotel with balconies facing the Biloxi Bay, and a massive casino with over 1000 slot machines and dozens of play tables. KISS' Rock and Brew franchise will take over the Biloxi location that was formerly a Margaritaville resort developed in part by Jimmy Buffett himself.

They will have rock legend halls and rock legend walls,” explained Tom Moore, spokesperson for the RAM Group hospitality firm who acquired the space to Casino.org. “When people come in here, they’re going to feel just a different experience.”

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