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Entertainment Gene Simmons' $50,000 boxset experience

15:45  13 september  2017
15:45  13 september  2017 Source:

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— Gene Simmons (@ genesimmons ) September 12, 2017. For the truly Simmons mad, you can plunk down $ 50 , 000 for the “Home Experience ,” where Gene will literally show up to your house with the Vault and spend a couple of hours kicking it with you and up to 25 of your guests.

KISS bassist Gene Simmons had hinted that the prices for his cupoming box set The Vault might be expensive given that he was planning on delivering the box set to purchasers. PRODUCER EXPERIENCE (, 000 )

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Gene Simmons is selling a limited edition boxset called 'The Vault' hand delivered by himself to the buyer's home for $50,000.

The bog standard version contains 150 never-before-released tracks and costs $2,000.

However, those willing to flash the cash will get the chance to spend two hours with the rocker and up to 25 friends, attend a playback session and Q&A with the man himself.

The Kiss singer-and-bassist has also announced the release of several "experiences" for fans to mark 50 years in the music business.

A statement reads: "Gene Simmons: The Vault Experience commemorates and celebrates Simmons' notorious five-decade journey as a rock icon, offering fans around the world a limited-edition collectible vault with contents that offer a unique look into The Demon's colourful life, including never-before-released songs, photos, stories and collectible items."

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* Fans who spend $ 50 , 000 will have Simmons deliver all the above-mentioned items right to their homes, where they and up to ' Gene Simmons : The Vault Experience ' gives fans something truly unique that they can keep forever, and it

For a small additional fee – $ 50 , 000 – Simmons will personally make the delivery to your home, which he is calling "the Gene Simmons Vault Home Experience ." — Gene Simmons (@ genesimmons ) September 12, 2017.

Those who don't have $50,000 in the bank will get a personal video call from Gene if they pay $2,000.

The 'Crazy Nights' hitmaker will hand deliver the packages during the 'Vault World Tour', which kicks off in January 2018 until December.

He continued: "Any artist can release a boxed set, and never really thank the fans for their support. I want to celebrate my 50th anniversary in rock with the fans, and I have had a blast putting something really special together for them."

For half the price, $25,000 will buy fans 'The Executive Producers Experience', which gets them studio time with Gene and access to further unreleased material.

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