The folks at Cheyenne Regional Airport and Legend AeroServe were working while many were out at Cheyenne Frontier Days ready to see KISS in concert. Gretchen Eichstadt saw them before anyone and posted some photos of KISS arriving in their Embraer Legacy 600.

Gretchen Eichstadt

One of the first things Gene Simmons of KISS did was to greet a couple of F-18 pilots of VFA 113. Gene fully supports our military men and women, going so far as to bring veterans and first responders into their crew for concerts.

Gretchen Eichstadt

They spent the night in Cheyenne and took off Saturday afternoon. Did anyone see them around town?

Gretchen Eichstadt
Gretchen Eichstadt

KISS loves their fans and the feeling is mutual as evidenced by Deputy Director, Jim Schell!

 

Something else to look forward to, for those who love our country, history and the machines that helped defeat the evil of World War II, you will be able to see the sole remaining flying B-29 Superfortress long range bomber “Fifi.”  The Fly-In is scheduled for August 22, 23  & 24 at Legend AeroServe.

Legend Aeroserve - Cheyenne Regional Airport