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KISS has accomplished many firsts and other accolades throughout their remarkable career, and they aren’t stopping now even in the middle of their farewell tour. They’re latest first? A concert for Great White sharks.

For those of you puzzled by the concept, here’s an explanation: Speakers blaring KISS will be submerged underwater in the Indian Ocean near Port Lincoln, Australian, and the low-frequency soundwaves will attract nearby Great White Sharks. Those interested in observing will be able to do so from a glass-bottom boat.

Those interested in this very unique opportunity can learn more at The “concert” will take place on November 18. Tickets for the event go on sale October 14 at 6 PM EDT through Airbnb. A trailer for the event can be viewed below.

KISS will play the first-ever show for Great White sharks

This November, KISS will play the first-ever show for great white sharks. (Turns out, they're big fans.) Human fans can reserve their spot for this one-time-only concert event starting October 14. Brought to you in partnership with Animals on Airbnbexperiences. More at:

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Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice.