Legendary rock band KISS is supporting Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital by donating an incredible, money-can’t-buy prize to help raise valuable funds for the hospital’s Paediatric Intensive Care Unit.

The band has donated a phenomenal prize of three of their personal guitars signed by Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Tommy Thayer respectively, plus a signed personal snare drum with signed drum sticks from Eric Singer. The guitar donated by Paul Stanley is his signature Ibanez PS120 guitar which he was intending to play at their Manchester Arena gig on Tuesday 30th May. The band sadly had to cancel the gig following the attack at the Manchester Arena. The guitar has never been played and will be up for auction along with VIP tickets to any sold out KISS show in the world, plus a cabin on the sold out 8th Kiss Kruise and two tickets for one of their sold out shows on the Kruise with a meet and greet with the band.

This incredible prize will be auctioned off at the Red Sea Pedestrians (RSP) 10th Anniversary Charity ball in aid of Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, which will be held next month on17th March 2018 at the Lowry Hotel. The RSP Charitable committee have supported Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital for a number of years with funds raised for the charity totalling to £827,381 since 2011.

The charity is accepting closed bids for this auction prize. To find out more information or to place a bid please contact the charity team on 0161 701 1124. Bids will close at 5pm on Saturday 17th March 2018.

The prize consists of: 

  • Signed Ivanez Rhythm Guitar from Paul Stanley
  • Signed Axe Bass Guitar from Gene Simmons
  • Signed Epiphone Lead Electric Guitar from Tommy Thayer
  • Signed Attack Drumhead Snare Drum and signed Drumsticks from Eric Singer
  • Two VIP Tickets to ANY sold out Kiss show in the world (Travel to the show not included)
  • A cabin on the sold out Kiss Kruise 2018 plus meet and greet with the band

Full details on the RMCH website here