Helsinki is painting masks on these famous statues in an epic KISS tribute

Next seven days will see rock and roll legends KISS going back to Finland on 4 May for a show at Hartwell Field in Helsinki, and the city is planning an epic delightful in the type of four big statues dressed in covers that mimic the band’s iconic black and white face paint.

Helsinki is painting masks on these famous statues in an epic KISS tribute

Placed at Helsinki Main Railway Station, the 4 Men of Rock figures are viewed by 100s of thousands of persons every day transferring by, and have become recognized as a big milestone in the town. This week will see four local KISS fans having the possibility to paint five-foot high masks that will enhance the statues forward of the band’s entrance.
Showing to be a haven for big steel fans and bands alike, it’s no big surprise that Finland appreciates how to represent their love of traditional rock music on like a big scale, and it has not long gone unseen. “The band senses that the concept of giving the fans such a great chance is fantastic,” said Mark Stroman, an associate of KISS.

Helsinki is painting masks on these famous statues in an epic KISS tribute

The face masks are due to go up this Friday, and you can be on screen and seen for all to see until 5 May. A greater event is organized for the day time of the show that will please pleasant fans from all over the country, a lot of-of which will pass by way of the train station and past the for Guys of Rock.